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Dartmouth researcher on why New Guinea warriors prized human bone for daggers
"It looks like both bone types are equally suited for making daggers," study lead researcher Nathaniel Dominy, a professor of anthropology at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire, told Live Science. "The difference is that when men are shaping human...
Date: Apr 25, 2018

Thaddeus Sobieski Constantine Lowe - The Aeronaut of Coos County
Thaddeus Sobieski Constantine Lowe, a native of Jefferson, enjoyed a nationwide reputation as an aeronaut during the Civil War. He may have been New Hampshire's best-known participant in the conflict, although his exploits were more important for...
Date: Apr 24, 2018

Look back at former NH family's deadly standoff in South Carolina; son on death row since 2007 for lack of execution drug

Look back at former NH family's deadly standoff in South Carolina; son on death row since 2007 for lack of execution drug
The Bixbys apparently were not about to give an inch, much less a 20-foot wide strip. Having lived in New Hampshire, they took to heart that state's motto, “Live free or die.”
Date: Apr 22, 2018

Our View: A fitting conclusion to tragic day in Abbeville
The bullet-riddled house in which Arthur, Rita and Steven Bixby lived since moving to Abbeville from New Hampshire in the 1990s is more than an eyesore. It's a grim and constant reminder of what took place there Dec. 8, 2003.
Date: Apr 22, 2018

This centuries-old archaeological site in NH is washing away
“It’s pretty shocking. The emphasis has been on the sites that would draw tourists," Howey says. "There’s a lot out there that’s just completely unknown.”
Date: Apr 20, 2018

King of Kong crowned at Funspot dropped by Guinness Book of World Records over alleged fraud

King of Kong crowned at Funspot dropped by Guinness Book of World Records over alleged fraud
LACONIA — Deposed Donkey Kong King Billy Mitchell has now also lost his place in the Guinness Book of World Records for becoming the first person to achieve a perfect score of 3,333,360 points on Pac-Man, the arcade video game.
Date: Apr 17, 2018

These NH disasters are some of the most memorable
April showers bring May flowers, or maybe a whole lot more. Though crushing snow storms and stifling heat waves have made their mark on New Hampshire over .
Date: Apr 16, 2018

Noose in Laconia tells a story about the last man executed in the state
The rope is behind glass, in a rectangular wooden box, and it leaves no room for interpretation. It signals death, end of story.
Date: Apr 16, 2018

Samuel Joy and his spite tombstone in Durham
If a spite tombstone is new to you, know it is a cemetery monument placed to annoy, hurt or offend someone still living, or to make an eternal statement.
Date: Apr 16, 2018

The Public Pulse: Morton cared for the trees
She is buried in New Hampshire. Morton was an agriculturalist and created Arbor Day. He purchased land in Nebraska when it was a territory and was representative in the territorial government.
Date: Apr 08, 2018

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