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The Encyclopedia of Fall: T is for Tunbridge World’s Fair

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At first glance, the little east-central Vermont town of Tunbridge, population 1,300 or so, seems a little big... Read More »

The Encyclopedia of Fall: U is for Up-Up

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Ten years have passed, and still I remember the sensation of floating above the Pioneer Valley, as if... Read More »

The Encyclopedia of Fall: V is for Vineyard

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The idea of locally made wine remains a head-scratcher to most New Englanders, and to the average visitor... Read More »

The Farmer’s Life: Hard Pressed

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Apple season brings an autumn ritual and a toast to dear friends. I feel like I’m just going around... Read More »

The First Fried Clam | New England’s Food Gifts

The First Fried Clam | New England’s Food Gifts

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When we told the story of the the first fried clam in 1979, we expected our readers to... Read More »

The First Gourmet Ice Cream in New England | New England’s Food Gifts

The First Gourmet Ice Cream in New England | New England’s Food Gifts

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In 1978, Yankee wrote about a groundbreaking ice-cream shop in Somerville, Massachusetts, now considered by many to be... Read More »

The First School Lunch Program | New England’s Food Gifts

The First School Lunch Program | New England’s Food Gifts

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The country’s first school lunch program got its start in Boston during the 1890s, inspired by an attempt... Read More »

The Fisk-Carlton

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7 The Fisk-Carlton I owe a long-overdue apology to a college professor for an early morning class I... Read More »

The Framingham Heart Study | New England’s Gifts

The Framingham Heart Study | New England’s Gifts

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One day in 1948 a woman named Mary H. Sullivan became the very first Framingham Heart Study participant.... Read More »

The Giving Tree | The Farmer’s Life

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A red oak meets its end, but not the limit of what it can offer. A decade ago, when... Read More »

The Grumman-St. John House

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The Grumman-St. John House has witnessed more than 265 years of Norwalk’s history and even survived the burning... Read More »

The Gun That Built Hartford

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“The good people of this world are very far from being satisfied with each other, and my arms... Read More »

The Hardest Working Couple in Vermont | The Throwbacks

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Jimmy and Sara Ackermann just may be the hardest-working couple in Vermont. They’re trying to do what many... Read More »

The Hardest-Working Dog in New England

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Border collies–athletic, agile, extremely intelligent dogs–have been the herding dog of choice for sheep owners for more than... Read More »

The Haunting Case Of Orville Gibson

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Yankee Classic: December 1987 If an entire town can be said to share one ghost, then Newbury, Vermont,... Read More »

The House That Benjamin Mason Built | Mary’s Farm

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Next summer, my house will turn 250 years old. I’m at a loss as to how to celebrate... Read More »

The Hunt for the Perfect Foliage Shot

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New England presents myriad photo opportunities in autumn for those people patient enough to seek them out. So... Read More »

The Ice Storm | Mary’s Farm

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At one o’clock in the morning on December 12, 2008, I woke to a still darkness and the... Read More »

The Impossible Nightmare

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From Yankee Magazine October 1996 October 25, 1986, was supposed to be the happiest day of my life:... Read More »

The Incredible, Edible Garden

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The fact that Thomas Gardner is a foodie is written all over his landscape. Likewise, his fondness for... Read More »

The Influenza Pandemic of 1918 | The Invisible Enemy

The Influenza Pandemic of 1918 | The Invisible Enemy

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Yankee classic from February 1982 Boston in the summer of 1918 was hot and very dry, with only... Read More »

The Irony of a Tree | Mary’s Farm

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Around this time of year, I start thinking about pruning my fruit trees. A few years ago, I... Read More »

The John Hancock Tower | Up Close

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The John Hancock Tower—the tallest building in New England—turns 40 in 2016, but it wasn’t always heralded as... Read More »

The Kaddish Project by Lawrence Siegel

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“Tikkun olam”: to heal the world. That’s the auspicious goal of the New Hampshire-based Kaddish Project, named for... Read More »

The Kancamagus Highway | History of New Hampshire’s Scenic Corridor

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From Yankee’s Ultimate Guide to Autumn 2000 Anchored in the east by Conway Village and to the west... Read More »

The Leaf Seeker: Jeff Folger

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It’s the church steeple that causes Jeff Folger, a.k.a. Jeff “Foliage,” Yankee‘s compulsive foliage blogger, to spin his... Read More »

The Legacy | Marys Farm

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My late husband, Paul, came from a big clan. His mother was somewhere in the middle of a... Read More »



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