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My First Pocket Guide to New Hampshire by Carole Marsh

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The pirate leader promised not to harm the ship if the mother would name the child Mary after his own mother. The pirate even left a bolt of silk for her wedding dress. Mary lived a long life. Since her death, residents report seeing a black carriage drive up to the house at night. The carriage stops, and a veiled figure descends and floats to a well where it drops a parcel before leaving in its ghostly coach. What do you think might be in the package? ” B E LI EVE IN 58 G H O S T S? S. Olympic female athlete; 2000 Women’s Sports Foundation Sportswoman of the Year Barbara Ann Cochran—skier; Olympic gold medal winner Mike Flanagan—professional baseball player; pitcher for Baltimore Orioles and Toronto Blue Jays; won American League Cy Young Award Red Rolfe—professional baseball player; infielder for New York Yankees; held American League records in hits and runs Sports Stuff Jane Blalock—professional golfer; won more than 30 professional tours Carlton Fisk—professional baseball player; known as “The Catcher who Changed His Sox” after switching from Boston Red Sox to Chicago White Sox; held record for home runs by a catcher The first college rowing contest was between boats and crews from Harvard and Yale.


All New Hampshirites benefit from this diverse culture! In the past, many immigrants have come to New Hampshire from England, France, Ireland, Scotland, Holland, Germany, Canada, and Iceland. More recently, people have migrated to New Hampshire from Hispanic countries such as Mexico, Asia, and the Pacific Islands. The state is proud of its heritage, including Native-Americans and African-Americans. Only a certain number of immigrants are allowed to move to America each year. S. citizens. Immigrants 47 Disasters & Catastrophes!

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