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New Hampshire’s First to Die during Korean War: Manchester’s PFC Roger B. Cote (1930-1950)

In March of 1951, Mayor Josaphat T. Benoit and Board of Alderman passed an ordinance, as follows: “That the Square located in East Manchester where Valley Street and Massabesic Street intersects, be officially designated and known on all official records … Continue reading

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Manchester New Hampshire Cigar Manufacturer, Director and Philanthropist: Roger G. Sullivan (1854-1918)

In 1646 the shoemakers of Boston, provoked by “much bad work produced by their craft,” petitioned “Ye Governor of Ye … Continue reading

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New Hampshire’s Pirates: Avast Ye Maties, Arrggh!

Was New Hampshire a haven for pirates in years past… and did they bury treasure¬†on our shores and islands? And what exactly do we find so charming about water-based thugs in tight pants? With another pirate movie always looming on … Continue reading

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