Replay: N.H. History through Roadside Markers
Podcast |
The Exchange
Media Type |
audio
Categories Via RSS |
News
Publication Date |
Jun 22, 2021
Episode Duration |
00:56:13
You may have zoomed right by the broad green signs, but stopping for a moment to read a historical roadside marker gives a sense of the depth and complexity of the state’s past. The markers encompass a broad range of N.H. history: Abenaki Native Americans, poets, painters, contemporary sports figures, meeting houses, stone arch bridges, and long-lost villages, as well as factories and cemeteries. Any organization or individual can propose a historical highway marker and shepherd it through to reality. We discuss the process leading to the state's latest marker in Dover, honoring John Parker Hale.

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