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The Association of Historical Societies of New Hampshire is a non-profit organization focused on empowering historical societies in the Granite State to use best practices so that they may sustain themselves as active and essential components of their communities.
Our Mission: Enrich quality of life by providing leadership to support and strengthen arts and culture.
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An in depth look at voting rights, past and present, here in in NH.
Mission Statement: to provide coordination, collaboration and partnerships that unify the entire Nashua community around a common vision for an attractive downtown that is vibrant, viable and truly reflects the character of our city.
History News is the official magazine of AASLH. It exists to foster publication, scholarly research, and an open forum for discussion of best practices, applicable theories, and professional experiences pertinent to the field of state and local history.
This site is dedicated to the District #1 School, the devoted teachers who educated children in similar schools across the nation, and the countless scholars whose parents dreamed of better lives for their children.
Come share your gardening talent and learn from others. Working together, members make the club a fun and successful non-profit organization that contributes to the community.
The library is Nashua’s greatest bargain. With a library card, enjoy free books, e-books, audiobooks, streaming video, DVDs, CDs, video games, and museum passes. We also offer story hours, teen programs, concerts, Internet access, wifi, film series, lectures, and computer classes free and open to all!
The mission of the New Hampshire Historical Society is to educate a diverse public about the significance of New Hampshire’s past and its relationship to our lives today. In support of this mission, the Society collects, preserves, and interprets materials pertaining to New Hampshire history.
Paul Friday, professional researcher in genealogy and/or history.