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Cruising New Hampshire History

Author : Michael A. Bruno
ISBN : 0692107282
Genre : Historic sites
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New Hampshire history is uniquely on display along the highways of the Granite State. The New Hampshire roadside historical markers commemorate significant events and individuals from the first settlers arriving in 1623 to notable individuals who helped define what New Hampshire is today. New Hampshire played a major role in the birth of our nation. From Revolutionary battlefields to individuals of political influence, the Granite State has made an indelible mark on history. This book explores the 255 New Hampshire historical markers that dot the state highways and roads. Each marker is described with its location (to include GPS coordinates), date installed, marker inscription, and expanded historical references of this event/individual. Information may also be provided about other points of interest in the vicinity of the historical marker.
Category: Historic sites

Dk Eyewitness Top 10 New England

Author : DK Eyewitness
ISBN : 9780241414101
Genre : Travel
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With its stunning coastline, mountain wilderness, historic cities, charming seaside towns and famously fresh lobster, New England packs a serious punch. Your DK Eyewitness Top 10 travel guide ensures you'll find your way around New England with absolute ease. Our newly updated Top 10 travel guide breaks down the best of New England into helpful lists of ten - from our own selected highlights to the best museums and historic sites, places to eat, shops and events. You'll discover: -Eight easy-to-follow itineraries, perfect for a day-trip, a weekend, or a week -Detailed Top 10 lists of New England's must-sees, including detailed breakdowns of historic Boston, Mount Desert Island, Cape Cod, Newport, the White Mountains, the Litchfield Hills, the Green Mountains, Portland and Casco Bay, the Lakes Region and the Berkshires -New England's most interesting areas, with the best places for shopping, going out, and sightseeing -Inspiration for different things to enjoy during your trip - including children's activities and things to do for free -A free laminated pull-out map of New England featuring a Boston city and subway map, plus six colour state maps -Streetsmart advice: get ready, get around, and stay safe -A lightweight format perfect for your pocket or bag when you're on the move DK Eyewitness Top 10s are the UK's favourite pocket guides and have been helping travellers to make the most of their breaks since 2002. Staying for longer and looking for a more comprehensive guide? Try our DK Eyewitness New England or DK Eyewitness USA.
Category: Travel

A History Of American Privateers

Author : Edgar Stanton Maclay
ISBN : 9781108026284
Genre : Business & Economics
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An 1899 account of the role of privateers in winning the American War of Independence and building the American Navy.
Category: Business & Economics

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ISBN : UCSC:32106020396567
Genre : American periodicals
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Category: American periodicals

Soviet Cruise Missile Submarines Of The Cold War

Author : Edward Hampshire
ISBN : 9781472825001
Genre : History
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The Soviet Union's cruise missile submarines from the modified Whiskey, to the Oscar II classes were among the most formidable vessels of the Cold War. They were initially designed to carry land attack nuclear-tipped cruise missiles designed to strike targets on the eastern coast of the United States. By the late 1960s, however, submarine-launched ballistic missiles made the nuclear land-attack mission unnecessary, so existing classes were converted to the 'carrier killer' role, armed with anti-ship cruise missiles designed to destroy US super-carriers and other important naval targets. This fully illustrated study examines these powerful machines that were some of the largest and fastest submarines ever built. If war had broken out, they would have been at the forefront of the Soviet Navy's campaign to destroy NATO's sea power and cut America's sea link with Europe.
Category: History

Indian Wars Of New England Volume 3

Author : Herbert Milton Sylvester
ISBN : 0788410792
Genre : History
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The extensive notes provide an abundance of further research materials. S1079HB - $49.00
Category: History

Proceedings Of The New Hampshire Historical Society

Author : New Hampshire Historical Society
ISBN : HARVARD:32044097924419
Genre : Local history
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Vol. 1, pt. 2 includes the "Report of the committee in defence of General John Sullivan."
Category: Local history

History And The Human Condition

Author : John Lukacs
ISBN : 9781497636323
Genre : History
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In a career spanning more than sixty-five years, John Lukacs has established himself as one of our most accomplished historians. Now, in the stimulating book History and the Human Condition, Lukacs offers his profound reflections on the very nature of history, the role of the historian, the limits of knowledge, and more. Guiding us on a quest for knowledge, Lukacs ranges far and wide over the past two centuries. The pursuit takes us from Alexis de Tocqueville to the atomic bomb, from American “exceptionalism” to Nazi expansionism, from the closing of the American frontier to the passing of the modern age. Lukacs’s insights about the past have important implications for the present and future. In chronicling the twentieth-century decline of liberalism and rise of conservatism, for example, he forces us to rethink the terms of the liberal-versus-conservative debate. In particular, he shows that what passes for “conservative” in the twenty-first century often bears little connection to true conservatism. Lukacs concludes by shifting his gaze from the broad currents of history to the world immediately around him. His reflections on his home, his town, his career, and his experiences as an immigrant to the United States illuminate deeper truths about America, the unique challenges of modernity, the sense of displacement and atomization that increasingly characterizes twenty-first-century life, and much more. Moving and insightful, this closing section focuses on the human in history, masterfully displaying how right Lukacs is in his contention that history, at its best, is personal and participatory. History and the Human Condition is a fascinating work by one of the finest historians of our time. More than that, it is perhaps John Lukacs’s final word on the great themes that have defined him as a historian and a writer.
Category: History

Steaming To The North

Author : Katherine C. Donahue
ISBN : 1602232385
Genre : History
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The Revenue Cutter "Bear" was famous throughout the western Arctic from the time of her first summer cruise in 1886. So was her captain, Michael Healy, the son of an Irish plantation owner and a Georgia slave. Together Healy and the "Bear" represented the United States to an Alaska newly acquired from Russia. They were responsible for the welfare of Natives and American whalemen alike. They policed and charted the waters of Alaska and Siberia, brought medical care to those who needed it, and saved the lives of those in danger. Exploring expeditions were launched from and supported by the "Bear." This book is the first to exhibit and describe the set of photographs taken by 3rd Lt. Charles Kennedy of New Bedford on that first summer cruise. The photographs capture moments of early interactions of Natives Alaskan and Siberian with white whalemen and explorers. Images in the book include some of the last sail and steam whaleships in America, Native people, houses, kayaks, and umiaqs, as well as trading and dance houses, Russian Orthodox churches and cemeteries. The essays, using the logbook of the cruise, follow the "Bear "and her crew from May to October, 1886, as they charted their course, under sail and steam, from San Francisco to the Aleutians to the Chukchi Peninsula, to trading camps near Kotzebue, to the villages of Point Hope, Point Lay, Point Barrow, and back to San Francisco. "Steaming to the North: The First Summer Cruise of the Revenue Cutter Bear, 1886, "opens the door to a world of steam, whaleships, and the Native people of the Territory, capturing details of lives, places, and practices already swiftly changing. "
Category: History

The New Cambridge Bibliography Of English Literature Volume 2 1660 1800

Author : George Watson
ISBN : 0521079349
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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More than fifty specialists have contributed to this new edition of volume 2 of The Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature. The design of the original work has established itself so firmly as a workable solution to the immense problems of analysis, articulation and coordination that it has been retained in all its essentials for the new edition. The task of the new contributors has been to revise and integrate the lists of 1940 and 1957, to add materials of the following decade, to correct and refine the bibliographical details already available, and to re-shape the whole according to a new series of conventions devised to give greater clarity and consistency to the entries.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Adventure Guide To New Hampshire

Author : Elizabeth L. Dugger
ISBN : 9781588431301
Genre : Travel
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Share the day with a moose. Or with falcons, or deer, or a loon calling out at dusk. In New Hampshire these moments still wait for you. Visit the state that nurtured Robert Frost and find your own road less traveled by. Come in summer when the lupines display their pink and lavender blooms and hawks soar above. Visit in autumn for the glorious scarlet and gold foliage.Be a winter explorer on snowshoes or skis, then warm up inside a historic homestead in front of the fireplace. Do it all with the help of this detailed and delightful guide. Lodging and dining, fall foliage tours, crafts festivals, museums, hiking, sailing, biking, ballooning – this guide tells you how to do it all.
Category: Travel