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How Horses Arrived in New Hampshire

In the past Ive spent a great deal of time researching how cows came to New Hampshire, but gave little thought to horses.  It might surprise you to know that several ancient species of  horses WERE native to North America–however … Continue reading

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A Blacksmith of Pittsburg, Coos County New Hampshire: William A. Chase

Blacksmiths shape and join metals to make functional or decorative every day items. They create horseshoes, iron gates, railings, furniture, and tools to name just a few objects. In the 1890’s when William A. Chase had a business in Pittsburg, … Continue reading

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Celebrating both National Pet Week and Genealogy

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National Pet Week is celebrated from May 5-11, 2013.  During our lifetimes pets are our beloved companions, and should be included in our family tree gallery. Here are a sampling of pets from my family.

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New Hampshire Glossary: Ragman

The ragman used to be a common sight in New Hampshire.  If you grew up in the 1960s or … Continue reading

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New Hampshire: The Governor’s Horse Guards (1859-1879 & 1999-Present)

Little known facts about the New Hampshire Governor's Horse Guards include that they were told during the Civil War that … Continue reading

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