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Jaffrey: Willa Cather’s Final Page

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By Polly Bannister Home and Garden Editor, Yankee Magazine I’ve lived in the Monadnock region for 30 years... Read More »

Kancamagus Highway | Thoroughfare Was Named for New Hampshire Chief

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Excerpt from “The Kancamagus Highway, New Hampshire,” Yankee Magazine, March 1985. “No gas for the next 32 miles”... Read More »

Katherine Siner, Hutmaster, Franconia Notch, New Hampshire

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For Katherine Siner, an Appalachian Mountain Club “croo” member, summer in the White Mountains is all about the... Read More »

Larry Davis Climbed Monadnock Every Day for Years

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Yankee classic from March 1999 On May 1, 1992, Larry Davis climbed Mount Monadnock. He liked it so... Read More »

Lebanon, NH: Robert Chambers

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Robert Chambers President, Bonnie CLAC Lebanon, New Hampshire Robert Chambers was a used-car salesman when he witnessed colleagues... Read More »

Let the Light Shine

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How’s this for amazing? Peter Bloch of New London, New Hampshire, takes 200-pound chunks of local aspen wood... Read More »

Levick Family, Blueberries, Troy, New Hampshire

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A three-mile climbing drive brings you to a hillside of berry bushes laden with so much fruit that... Read More »

Library Naming Opportunity

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Is it worth one million dollars to have a library named in your honor? Liz Bedard certainly hopes... Read More »

Like Solving a Giant Jigsaw Puzzle

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Fifty tons of fieldstone were used in the foundation of this beautiful lake house. Jim Starkey and his... Read More »

Lodging in Monadnock Region

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Get a glimpse inside some of these lodgings: Monadnock inns slide show Read More »

Manchester, NH: Grand Re-Opening for Currier

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The wind was blowing hard and cold through Manchester, New Hampshire, the first week of April when I... Read More »

Mason: Pickity Place

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By Nan Fornal Peterborough When I want to show guests — especially from the city — the essence... Read More »

Mercuryhat | Blinding Blues, Stinging Bees Music Review

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While not actually a blues album, Mercuryhat’s Blinding Blues, Stinging Bees serves the same purpose. Composed by lead... Read More »

Monadnock Region, New Hampshire

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Named for the second-most climbed mountain in the world, the Monadnock Region of Southern New Hampshire is a... Read More »

Monadnock Region: New Hampshire

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For those of us who live here in the southwestern pocket of New Hampshire, we know we’re home... Read More »

Monadnock Trio: Lakeside Cemetery, Short-and-Sweet Hikes, and Movie Theatre

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By Jamie Trowbridge President, Yankee Publishing There are many lakes and ponds in the region, and they all... Read More »

Monadnock: Hike Away From the Crowds

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By Justin Shatwell Assistant Editor, Yankee Magazine Not a native New Englander, I never went on a childhood... Read More »

Monadnock: It’s Never Lonely at the Top

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Yankee classic from August 1991 Those who first climbed Mount Monadnock for fun in the early 1800s probably... Read More »

Mount Monadnock Classic Stories from Yankee

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A dominant figure in the landscape of southwestern New Hampshire, Mount Monadnock has been part of Yankee‘s story-telling... Read More »

Mount Washington Avalanche | Nightmare on Mount Washington

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Yankee Magazine March 1993 Jamie Huntsman never saw the avalanche that rumbled down Mount Washington, sweeping him and... Read More »

Mount Washington Cog Railway | Yankee Classic

Mount Washington Cog Railway | Yankee Classic

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“Coggers” sweat and “goofers” stare as the steam engines of the Mount Washington Cog Railway claw their way... Read More »

New England Meetinghouses | Sense of Place

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Arlene Bassett hides from the rain in the doorway of the Old Meeting House in Sandown, New Hampshire,... Read More »

New England’s Prettiest Towns | A Sampler of Picture-Perfect Villages

New England’s Prettiest Towns | A Sampler of Picture-Perfect Villages

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For as long as I’ve been driving around looking for New England’s prettiest towns, I’ve never run out... Read More »

New Hampshire Attractions 2009

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ATTRACTIONS Best Historic Walking Tour: PORTSMOUTH HARBOR TRAIL HIGHLIGHTS TOUR, Portsmouth Delve into the city’s rich past on... Read More »

New Hampshire Best Adventures 2011

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BEST CLIMB FOR FAMILIES Mount Monadnock, Jaffrey Perhaps it’s the proximity to Boston (only a 90-minute drive) or... Read More »

New Hampshire Best Attractions 2010

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Best Yarn and Accessories HARRISVILLE DESIGNS, Harrisville A riot of colorful wools and woven creations, this shop is... Read More »

New Hampshire Best Attractions 2011

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BEST HANDS-ON HISTORICAL ATTRACTION Uss Albacore, Portsmouth You can periscope up and down all you want at this... Read More »



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