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100 Years Ago: New Hampshire’s WWI Letters of Death and Heroism

To most people WWI is a just a series of statistics or a list of famous battles. Perhaps you can remember names of a few high ranking officers. It is the men in the trenches (and the women in the … Continue reading

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Not New Hampshire: Henry Prince Nourse, 4th Great Grandson of Rebecca (Town) Nurse

A handsome young man named Henry Prince Nourse stares out from this lovely tin-type photograph.He was not from New Hampshire, but the pose was charming enough that I bought it, to write about him. “He did not fall far from … Continue reading

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Predicting Valentine’s Day’s Soft Impeachments

Sometimes, despite the best of efforts, our predictions end up out in the New Hampshire puckerbrush. Early in 1858 the … Continue reading

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