Tag Archives: Christmas

New Hampshire’s Best Christmas Traditions, Recipes and Stories (Recap)

Next year this blog (Cow Hampshire) will celebrate its 15th year. That is a gloriously long time for a genealogy blog to be around. At this point it is easy for me to have forgotten every single topic I’ve written … Continue reading

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New Hampshire Tidbits: Christmas Tree Trivia

Christmas is big business in New Hampshire, at least when it comes to those popular symbols of the season–Christmas trees. In New Hampshire there are nearly 200 tree farms that cater to providing trees, wreaths and other holiday greenery. Having … Continue reading

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Old New Hampshire Recipes for the Holidays

Yes, it is that time of year once again.? The Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays often mean you have a house full of guests.? Many decisions need to be made about what to feed them. If you are looking for some … Continue reading

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A Genealogist’s Christmas Tale

I recently binge-watched the entire television? series “Lie to Me.” It is a crime-drama series about a brilliant though blunt man who is a deception expert. He looks into peoples faces and notices the almost invisible twitches, tics and involuntary … Continue reading

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Blog Caroling: WWI–The Song That Stopped The Fighting

This blog article was written to celebrate fM’s Annual Tradition of Blog Caroling. I’ve been participating for several years now, and appreciate that she continues it, as she says with? toddy in hand, clad in flannel jammies and? with furry … Continue reading

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