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Boscawen New Hampshire: From Carter’s Tavern to The Kettle & Crane

Taverns, inns, and houses of entertainment were an integral part of early colonial America society. They were not only a resting place for travelers, but also an important gathering place where local and national news could be gained and shared. … Continue reading

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New Hampshire Girl Scouts and Tent, 1966

My camping mates at Camp Kettleford, a Swift Water Girl Scout overnight camping trip. Photograph taken May 21, 1966, pictured Ann … Continue reading

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