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The New Hampshire WWI Service Medal

World War I (called simply ‘The World War’ at the time) officially ended on Armistice Day, 11 November 1918. In the ensuing months military that had been deployed in war time would return home to the United States. Draft boards … Continue reading

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Barrington, New Hampshire Educator, Civic Leader, Author and Poet: Susan Hale (Hussey) Knapp (1832-1906)

Susan Hale Hussey was born on a farm in Barrington, Strafford County, New Hampshire to Dea. Thomas & Susan (Hale) Hussey. She, like many women of her time, attended the local schools in her town, but she went on to … Continue reading

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Portsmouth NH Navy Yard: Genealogy Gleanings from the Life Buoy

The Industrial Department Life Buoy was a magazine issued free, on a monthly basis, to employees of the Industrial Department of the Portsmouth Navy Yard, in Portsmouth New Hampshire. It was intended to inspire, to give a sense of collective … Continue reading

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New Hampshire Poem: 1807 Fisherman’s Song

Mankind are all FISH: and I'll lay you a bet,
I prove that they all will come into the NET;… Continue reading

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Dublin New Hampshire publisher, Robb Hansell Sagendorph (1900-1970)

A New Hampshire tradition was begun in 1935

“Climb up on some hill at sunrise. Everybody needs perspective … Continue reading

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