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World War I Memorials in Concord New Hampshire

Concord, New Hampshire has six (previously I stated five) memorials to the heroes of WWI and yet many city residents are unaware of them. (There are seven if you count the memorial in Doric Hall of the NH State House). … Continue reading

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New Hampshire’s First Lady, Artist, Author, Trustee: Rachel Leona (White) Adams (1905-1979)

Rachel Leona White was born in 1905 in Mount Holly, Rutland Co. VT. Her father was a house painter and decorator (her grandfather was a carriage painter) in a rural area of Vermont. She had a great interest in the … Continue reading

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November 2006: National American Indian Heritage Month

This month is National American Indian Heritage Month.  As of July 1, 2005 the estimated population of American Indians … Continue reading

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