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Not New Hampshire: President John Q. Adam’s New Years Day of 1827

Are you expecting a crowd on New Year’s Day? Is your home the epi-center of your family’s festivities on January 1st? Be happy that the following did not happen to you.  It did to John Quincy Adams in 1827.

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New Hampshire Missing Places: Information Booths

Starting at least by the 1930s, about the same time that the federal government became involved in making improvements to many state-owned park properties, a small building was erected in many towns and cities, designed to be an “Information Booth, … Continue reading

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Pie Chart – Cow Hampshire’s Referring Source

Pie chart courtesy of Google Analytics, showing a one week period in August, the referring source of visitors to … Continue reading

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