Monthly Archives: December 2007

A German Christmas: 1833

Coleridge, the sweetest of living Poets, in his last interesting and philosophical work, “The Friend,” thus beautifully describes the custom … Continue reading

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Concord New Hampshire’s White Park And Family

At an intersection of Washington and Center Streets in Concord New Hampshire can be found NH Historical Marker #147.  This … Continue reading

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Great Posts of Christmas Past and Present

Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hannukah, Kwanzaa, the Solstice, or all of these, Cow Hampshire has something to interest you.  Take … Continue reading

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Fritz Wetherbee

A master story-teller, Fritz Wetherbee is a New Hampshire native.  See upcoming story about him, plus his family tree.
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Georgian Style House, Peterborough NH

This photograph shows an example of a Georgian Style architecture. The house is located in Peterborough NH.  See upcoming article: … Continue reading

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