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New Hampshire State Flower: Purple Lilac (Syringa vulgaris)

The lilac is an ancient shrub.

It was first introduced to the Europeans about mid-1500, brought from Turkey to Austria. … Continue reading

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New Hampshire Reds

New Hampshire has its very own breed of poultry, called New Hampshire Reds

Somewhere around 1915, a few New … Continue reading

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The Mystery Stone and Seneca Ladd of Meredith New Hampshire

Even after one hundred and thirty four years, New Hampshire's so-called “Mystery Stone” is attracting a great deal … Continue reading

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New Hampshire’s Endangered Language

In New Hampshire you may hear words and phrases that are unique to our state…

or at the very … Continue reading

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Missing Places: "Giant’s Grave," Carroll New Hampshire (?-1872)

Could “an Indian maniac's” prophecy explain the series of fires that occurred in the town of Carroll, New Hampshire…

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