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When New England Candy Was King: 15 Sweet Facts

New England candy ruled the American confectionery industry from colonial times right through the mid 1900s. Many candy makers made their sugary treats in factories throughout New England, especially in Boston and Cambridge, Mass. The Puritans weren't too puritanical for ...

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Clockmaker Stephen Hasham’s House Moves On

Residents of Charlestown, N.H. have worked out a plan to save the home of colonial era clockmaker Stephen Hasham – sort of. Like so many historic properties, Hasham’s home now finds itself located in a desirable commercial area, and so ...

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Armchair Guide to NH Leaf Peeping

When Mother Nature gets out her paintbrush, foliage aficionados flock to New England like seagulls to French fries. This is not a modern development. The leaf peeper has been a fixture of New England’s countryside since well before Peter Pan’s ...

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