Home / New Hampshire (page 23)

New Hampshire

Iceberg, The Well-Traveled Guernsey Cow

Of all the Guernsey cattle that can claim Cow Island, N.H., as their ancestral home, Iceberg is perhaps the most celebrated. Iceberg was a bull calf born 275 miles north of the Antarctic Circle during Admiral Richard Byrd’s second trip ...

Read More »

30 Unusual Facts About New England Presidents

In honor of President’s Day, we give you five fun and off-beat facts about each of New England's presidents, beginning with the earliest and working forward. John Adams Massachusetts' John Adams was the nation's second president. Elected after serving as ...

Read More »

Alan Shepard Takes a Divot on the Moon

Alan Shepard was only the second person to enter space, but the first to hit a golf ball on the moon. On America’s first manned mission into space, Shepard piloted the Freedom 7 on a 15-minute suborbital trajectory. (He didn’t ...

Read More »