THE ARCHEOLOGY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE EXPLORING 10000 YEARS IN THE GRANITE STATE

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The Archeology Of New Hampshire

Author : David R. Starbuck
ISBN : 1584655623
Genre : History
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A complete archeological guide to New Hampshire, from prehistoric times to the present
Category: History

Exploring Southern New Hampshire

Author : Lucie Bryar
ISBN : 9781625849649
Genre : History
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Walkers, bikers, paddlers and snowshoers can encounter relics of the past and their incredible tales from Keene to the Seacoast. "Exploring Southern New Hampshire" takes history off the page, out of the car and into the welcoming pine-scented woods and pristine waters of the Granite State. Hike Mount Monadnock, paddle the Nashua River and retrace Lincoln's footsteps down Exeter's streets. Experience the legacy of a women's sawmill at Turkey Pond from the waters that powered it. Visit Cathedral of the Pines, a beautiful outdoor altar built with stones from historic sites around the world. Set sail on the Piscataqua River onboard a gundalow and learn about the region's rich maritime history. Local history explorer and nature lover Lucie Bryar leads readers through the Monadnock, Merrimack Valley and Seacoast regions. Granite State natives and transplants alike will explore trails and waterways to gain a new appreciation for the history hidden in natural New Hampshire.
Category: History

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105131538725
Genre : Academic libraries
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The Archaeological Northeast

Author : Mary Ann Levine
ISBN : 0897895177
Genre : History
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Brings together the most up-to-date research and studies of paleoenvironmental reconstruction, technological change, and socio-political interactions of native peoples of New England.
Category: History

Excavating The Sutlers House

Author : David R. Starbuck
ISBN : 9781584658184
Genre : History
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A presentation of new and classic artifacts from the remains of a sutlers house and other military sites along the Hudson River and Lake George, lavishly illustrated in full color"
Category: History

Underwater Dig

Author : Barbara Ford
ISBN : 0688014755
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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An account of the exploration of a shipwreck in Penobscot Bay, Maine, highlights the new science of nautical archaeology and illuminates a disastrous, overlooked defeat in American naval history.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

A History Of The New Hampshire Abenaki

Author : Bruce D. Heald PhD
ISBN : 9781625849656
Genre : History
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The native Penacook, Winnipesaukee, Pigwacket, Sokoki, Cowasuck and Ossipee tribes, collectively known as the Abenaki, once thrived along the Granite State's great rivers. Influences of these "men of the east" abound today, from the boiling of sap for maple syrup to the game of lacrosse and traditional corn-and-bean succotash. Historian Bruce Heald has mined, curated and saved the real story of this land's first people. Learn the unwritten laws of hospitality, respect for the aged, honesty, independence and courtesy. Discover celebrations and innovations in the good times, later European disease epidemics and hostilities and a culture's enduring legacy.
Category: History