Tag Archives: Mount Washington

1873-1890: How New Hampshire’s Weather Was Foretold

We take many things for granted, including weather forecasts.  With the quickly changing elements in New Hampshire, there have been times I’ve felt badly for our local meteorologists. How can they possibly predict conditions that change from minute to minute.   … Continue reading

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The Ghost of Mount Washington Hotel, Bretton Woods NH

The view is breathtaking, the hotel is lavish, and some of the guests may be–well–dead.

Located in Bretton Woods (Carroll) … Continue reading

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"The Leakeys of White Mountain Geology": Hanover New Hampshire’s James Walter Goldthwait (1880-1947), Richard Parker Goldthwait (1911-1992) and Lawrence Goldthwait (1914-2001)

For countless years the Goldthwait name was synonymous with geology and geography, not only in New Hampshire, but throughout the … Continue reading

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New Hampshire 1878: How the Weather is Foretold

Headline:  How the Weather is Foretold.

In former times the chief herald of the weather was the almanac, which … Continue reading

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Pinkham Notch, New Hampshire AMC Hut Manager and Co-founder of Mt. Washington Observatory, Joseph Brooks Dodge Sr. (1898-1973)

Joe Dodge is a name familiar to North Country history buffs, hikers and skiers. He was the founder of AMC … Continue reading

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