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WINTERING WITH AMASA WARD 1889-1890
: $16.95
WINTERING WITH AMASA WARD 1889-1890
The author, Jack Noon, in the winter of 2003-2004, set out to relive Amasa Ward's 1889-1890 winter of solitude at Hell Gate by "undertaking a winter's adventure of late middle age and of isolation" there... and to write about Hell Gate and its past.
THE BASSING OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
: $20.00
THE BASSING OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
New Hampshire before the Civil War had neither smallmouths nor largemouths. This book is an account of NH native inland fisheries, of how bass over the course of about a century and a quarter were introduced into the state's waters...
FISHING IN NEW HAMPSHIRE
: $26.00
FISHING IN NEW HAMPSHIRE
"No one knows more about the fish in New Hampshire than Jack Noon- not only where they dwell, but how they got there in the first place, how they've been treated over the years by man, the terms, the perils, of their inhabitance in our waters."
UP MOOSILAUKE
: $16.00
UP MOOSILAUKE
Mount Moosilauke, westernmost of the White Mountain peaks, offers all-encompassing views of the North Country. But for those who know where to look, it also provides glimpses of a forgotten past.
MOOSILAUKEE READER VOL.1
: $20.00
MOOSILAUKEE READER VOL.1
Bob Averill has assembled a sampler of Moosilauke's literature: a survey of nineteenth century and twentieth century prose responses to the mountain from writers of varied backgrounds and interests and motivations.
MOOSILAUKEE READER VOL.2
: $20.00
MOOSILAUKEE READER VOL.2
The second volume of The Moosilaukee Reader continues the re-discovery of Mount Moosilauke's literature, much of it lost for generations.
LOT NUMBER 20
: $20.00
LOT NUMBER 20
A log cabin, a house that burned, its replacement 1787 tavern that was the childhood home of two United States Congressmen, a murdered daughter, and a New Hampshire Governor. The triumphs and tragedies of eight generations on the same land.
LUMBER QUEEN
: $16.00
LUMBER QUEEN
Shrewd. No nonsense. Solitary. Ruth Park was a tough New Hampshire Yankee who graduated from Vassar College in 1906 and then became a logging boss.
THE BIG FISH OF BARSTON FALLS
: $24.00
THE BIG FISH OF BARSTON FALLS
1822. The Upper Valley Connecticut River. An old Abenaki and a twelve-year-old girl. A huge and mysterious fish. Half-inch rope, a hook made from a horse-shoe.
OLD SAM'S THUNDER
: $16.00
OLD SAM'S THUNDER
Barston Falls needs a cannon to celebrate the 50th anniversary of American independence, but there are none to be begged or borrowed. This is the story of Old Sam Barston's quest through the Connecticut River Valley in search of a cannon.
A COUNTRY LIFE
: $9.95
A COUNTRY LIFE
True stories of life on the farm and in the woods of the North Country in the early part of the century, by one who was there. Introduction by Noel Perrin
A MIX OF YEARS
: $20.00
A MIX OF YEARS
This book continues the 93-year journey through the North Country first begun in "A Country Life"- colorfully, humorously, and with a good dose of Yankee wisdom- a book that all ages can enjoy. Easy-to-read type with 140 illustrations and maps.
THE NEW HAMPSHIRE PRIMER
: $9.95
THE NEW HAMPSHIRE PRIMER
An Almost Fool-Proof Guide for Winning the N.H. Primary The unofficial history of the first-in-the-nation Primary. How Franklin Pierce became N.H's only native son President without really trying. A guaranteed 10-step method for winning the NH Primary.
SIT FREE OR DIE
: $4.95
SIT FREE OR DIE
John Stark, clear thinking, Daniel Webster, and New Hampshire's outhouse heritage. Humor
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