Cornish Colony Historical Marker – Cornish, New Hampshire

The Cornish Art Colony was centered around Cornish, New Hampshire from 1895 to World War I. Augustus Saint-Gaudens was the central figure of the Colony and his home is now preserved as the Saint-Gaudens National Historical Park. In addition to painters like Thomas Dewing (see

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Restaurant Review – Tuckaway Tavern and Butchery (Raymond, New Hampshire)

The Tuckaway Tavern in Raymond is a combination butchery and tavern with high quality meat available at both locations. There are separate entrances for the tavern and butchery. New photo by Wanderlust Family Adventure / Google Photos New photo by Wanderlust Family Adventure / Google

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General John Stark’s Expedition to Bennington – August 1777 – Historic Marker (Charlestown, New Hampshire)

General John Stark along with Colonel Seth Warner of the Green Mountain Boys defeated British General John Burgoyne at the Battle of Bennington in 1777. It was during this battle that General Stark made the famous remark “They are ours , or this night Molly

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