Monthly Archives: January 2008

He Taught Henry Ford How To Dance: Swanzey New Hampshire’s Benjamin B. Lovett (1876-1952)

Much is known about Henry Ford–as an inventor, developer of the production line, and history lover. He also was a … Continue reading

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"Now Is The Winter Of Our Circumvent," by B. Elwin Sherman

First, the term: “winter driving.” This beggars its own description…. Continue reading

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New Hampshire Glossary: Patent Medicine

The definition of patent medicine is a medical compound or mixture of drugs, sometimes called a “nostrum,” that is proprietary, … Continue reading

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New Hampshire: Learn How To Sugar A Maple

Did you ever want to learn how maple syrup is produced…. Continue reading

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Manchester New Hampshire’s Stockbroker and Philanthropist: Henry Melville Fuller (1914-2001)

When Henry Melville Fuller died in 2001,

he left funds to benefit several nonprofit agencies, including $43 million and a … Continue reading

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