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The Boom Piers: How Berlin, islands in the stream came to be

The Boom Piers: How Berlin, islands in the stream came to be
If you find yourself in downtown Berlin, New Hampshire, take a glance at the Androscoggin River. There, in the middle of the water, you'll notice a long, straight line of small rocky islands poking through the surface.
Date: Aug 17, 2017

Ken Burns talks about leadership, productivity and achieving immortality through storytelling

Ken Burns talks about leadership, productivity and achieving immortality through storytelling
With his latest opus due out this month and a half-dozen more films on the way, the director and historian Ken Burns has learned a lot about how to ...
Date: Aug 17, 2017

Salmon Chase renovated, opens as inn; Chase, a NH native, was Secretary of the Treasury under Lincoln
CORNISH - The discordant noise of passing cars became a quiet lull after taking the turn off busy Route 12A to the boyhood home of Salmon Chase. More...
Date: Aug 16, 2017

Post Office mural depicting 'cruel' Native Americans sparks debate in NH post Charlottesville turmoil

Post Office mural depicting 'cruel' Native Americans sparks debate in NH post Charlottesville turmoil
At the center of the weekend's turmoil in Charlottesville is a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee. White nationalists were in the city over the weekend to protest plans to remove that statue, and counter-protesters were there to oppose...
Date: Aug 15, 2017

Mysterious origins of Hanover's Mona Lisa
An unnamed buyer bought it for $552,200, nearly five times the top estimate. It dropped out of sight, and today its whereabouts are unknown, leaving open the possibility, however faint, that the Vernon Mona Lisa may have returned to the Upper Valley.
Date: Aug 14, 2017

Colebrook residents mark 20th Anniversary of spree killings

Colebrook residents mark 20th Anniversary of spree killings
Twenty years ago, an angry loner with a gun murdered four people — two of them state troopers — in the New Hampshire town of Colebrook, and wounded four other officers before he was killed in a shootout with police in Vermont.
Date: Aug 14, 2017

NHPR - You Asked, We Answered: Are there secret archaeological sites in NH?

NHPR - You Asked, We Answered: Are there secret archaeological sites in NH?
Is it true the NH Division of Historic Resources has a secret list of archaeological site locations to protect them from looting and development?
Date: Aug 14, 2017

NHPR: You Asked, We Answered: What is the Percy Summer Club?
A friend said there was something called the Percy Summer Club in Northern NH, which was fairly close to where I grew up in Northern NH -- and I had never heard of this place!Photo:
Date: Aug 06, 2017

At what NH lake were George Carlin's ashes spread?

At what NH lake were George Carlin's ashes spread?
After he died of heart failure in 2008, George Carlin's last wishes were posted on his website: he requested his family disperse his ashes “in accordance with their knowledge of my prejudices and philosophies regarding geography and...
Date: Aug 06, 2017

Remembering the wreck of the Eudora
Eudora's owners insured the ship with the New Hampshire Fire and Marine Insurance Company, the 1803 builder and occupant of the 9 Market Square structure that has been home to the Portsmouth Athenaeum since 1823. The two watercolors and an account...
Date: Aug 04, 2017

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