Monthly Archives: June 2008

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New Hampshire Glossary: Food Preservation

Today when we think of food preservation, we envision the act of enveloping a half-eaten burrito in plastic wrap and … Continue reading

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New Hampshire Architecture: Italianate Style

The Italianate style house was built from the mid to late 1800s, and was inspired by the villas of Italy. … Continue reading

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"How To Survive A Summer Vacation," by B. Elwin Sherman

“I work harder on my summer vacation than I do on my job.”
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Hopkinton New Hampshire’s Medal of Honor Recipient: Carlos W. Colby (1837-1922)

Carlos William Colby, a farmer's son, was born in 1837 in the small town of Hopkinton, New Hampshire. He moved … Continue reading

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