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American Fire Apparatus By Chuck Lowe
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A collection of photos taken of various fire apparatus from across the United States. 198 full color pages. Featured rigs include Hawaii, California, Illinois, Florida, New Jersey, Massachusetts, New... More > Hampshire, New York and more.< Less
History of the Franklin NH Fire Department By Andrew Nadeau
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Why a history of the Franklin NH Fire Department? The answer may not be important to most citizens, but to a firefighter it becomes most important to know about the men who came before him; the slow... More > progression of equipment from bucket to modern super-pumper and to parallel the profession of the early volunteer with his successor today. Within these pages we look back into time, not only with a nostalgic eye, but with admiration that only this profession can hold.< Less
History of the Franklin NH Fire Department By Andrew Nadeau
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Why a history of the Franklin NH Fire Department? The answer may not be important to most citizens, but to a firefighter it becomes most important to know about the men who came before him; the slow... More > progression of equipment from bucket to modern super-pumper and to parallel the profession of the early volunteer with his successor today. Within these pages we look back into time, not only with a nostalgic eye, but with admiration that only this profession can hold.< Less
History of the Franklin NH Fire Department in Pictures By Andrew Nadeau
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At the request of many of the readers of "History of the Franklin NH Fire Department" published in 2011, this book has been compiled as a companion work presenting a pictorial history... More > chronicling many of the events, equipment and individuals that contributed to the development of the Franklin Fire Department from its inception to the present day. The images within these pages, and their descriptions, are meant to complement the written history that preceded them. Firefighters, their families and friends, as well as historians will enjoy the snapshots in time captured here.< Less
Eaton Through the Years By Joyce Blue
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Eaton, New Hampshire was incorporated in 1766 and since that time has had a rich and colorful history. This photo book contains old pictures from family collections showing the places, the... More > buildings, the lakes, the mountains, and the people. The pictures range from the mid 1800's to present day and provide a nostalgic look at the charming New England town of Eaton and its "bustling" Snowvillage.< Less
To Stand Before Jealousy By Marge Whittaker
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Albert alone seemed to be aware of his older brother Fred’s dark side; that he kept hidden from almost everyone else - the side that lashed out at small defenseless animals and at his adoring... More > younger brother. Would fighting alongside each other in the War between the States provide the grace under fire that could bring fraternal reconciliation, or would Albert emerge from the war too wounded to stand against jealousy? Marge Whittaker explores discord and disgrace, courage and cowardice, retaliation and redemption in "To Stand Before Jealousy" - the third book in her 'Craggy Mountain' series. Previously by Marge Whitaker: "A Far Way Home"; "The Trapper's Choice"< Less
NATIVE MOONS, NATIVE DAYS By Carol Willette Bachofner
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“Our words are a clearing, a place for fire,” writes Carol Bachofner, in perhaps her finest book of poems yet. Her words are always affecting, vivid, numinous. Here, too, they are the... More > words of her Native relatives and ancestors. Clearing a space for Abenaki place names, food terms, and exhortations to gather together, Bachofner tends a poetic fire that joins her to such tribal luminaries as Joseph Bruchac, Cheryl Savageau, and Joseph Laurent. Siobhan Senier, Associate Professor of English Faculty Fellow, Sustainability Academy University of New Hampshire What a gift to read Carol Bachofner's poetry, full of words and phrases from her native Abenaki language that make us long for a kinder world, a world that shows us the possibilities of turning away from the face paints of war — red and black — and opt instead for yellow, the color of peace. Very good poems, indeed. Alice M. Azure Along Came a Spider, Games of Transformation< Less
Dering Letters Volume 1 By Patricia and Edward Shillingburg
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The Dering letters involve members of the family from 1733 to 1838. Henry Dering arrived in America in the mid-1600. He began as a bar keep in a small village in New Hampshire and ended up as a... More > merchant in Boston, a business that he left to his only son, who in turn left it to his two sons. The business was lost to fire and bad credit and Thomas took his wife and child to the 1,000 acre estate on Shelter Island the wife and her sister had inherited.Three generations lived and worked there through the Revolution and the beginnings of a new nation before a tragic death caused the family to sell.< Less
Governments of the Northeast 1986 By Greg Michels
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Contains local governments in Delaware, D.C., Maryland, New Hampshire, & Rhode Island. The secret tool of government professionals. A serious advantage because you will simply know more than... More > anyone else, about the relative performance of your government, in a framework designed by those who make the decisions. Government and corporate executives, PhDs at government schools and associations, and rating agencies’ researchers told us what they needed to make strategic decisions. As a result, your serious advantage, the Governments of the Northeast.< Less
Playing With The Boys By Hank Hoffman
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Memoirs written for my Grandchildren. In my story you will find the boy who flew through a fence, flew over fifty hours with one or more engines shut down, flew 377 combat missions and was hit only... More > by his own ricochet. He flew over the oceans, 7000 miles non-stop from Guam to New Hampshire, and over twenty hours at a time on missions over the North Pole. He was the last man to fly the F-104 above seventy thousand feet at TPS, the first to launch an ALCM from a B-52 and the first to destroy one in flight, the first Reservist instructor at TPS, and the last man in his class to fly in an ejection seat. He was twice on fire while in the air, flew under high-tension lines while being towed in a glider, landed in a junkyard and on a mountain top, made approaches in terrible wind and weather, ingested birds and even a fish into his engines and survived it all. It’s not heroic, but it is genuine.< Less