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by Ann Page Stecker,Nancy Coffey Heffernan

  • Author: Ann Page Stecker,Nancy Coffey Heffernan
  • ISBN: 0874517575
  • ISBN13: 978-0874517576
  • ePub: 1110 kb | FB2: 1917 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Americas
  • Publisher: UPNE; Updated, Subsequent edition (May 15, 1996)
  • Pages: 240
  • Rating: 4.9/5
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  • Format: lit doc lrf txt
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New Hampshire: Crosscurrents in Its Development (Library of New England). Joseph Conforti has written the essential book about the history of the New England of our imagination-a region configured around Puritans, Yankees, and their literal and symbolic descendants

New Hampshire: Crosscurrents in Its Development (Library of New England). Nancy Coffey Heffernan. Joseph Conforti has written the essential book about the history of the New England of our imagination-a region configured around Puritans, Yankees, and their literal and symbolic descendants. In a broad-ranging series of familiar (and unfamiliar) examples that range from Puritan jeremiads to Yankee magazine, Conforti deftly shows that the centuries-old idealization of New England has been the other side of an equally venerable tradition of worry about its decline.

Publications: WITH ANN PAGE STECKER: New Hampshire: Crosscurrents in Its Development, 1986; Sisters of Fortune: Being the True Story of How Three Motherless Sisters Saved Their Home in New England and Raised Their Younger Brother While Their Father Went Fortune.

Publications: WITH ANN PAGE STECKER: New Hampshire: Crosscurrents in Its Development, 1986; Sisters of Fortune: Being the True Story of How Three Motherless Sisters Saved Their Home in New England and Raised Their Younger Brother While Their Father Went Fortune Hunting in the California Gold Rush, 1993. OTHER: (with L. Judson) What's In a Name?: The Heroes and Heroines Baby Name Book, 1990. Address: c/o University Press of New England, 23 South Main S. Hanover, NH 03755, .

From fiercely ambitious and independent colonial towns to the media circus of the Presidential primary, from prosperous masting trade to high-tech industry, New Hampshire traces the colorful political and economic crosscurrents of the state's history. Originally published in 1986, this highly readable book tells the story of the development of New Hampshire beginning with the first European settlements. The authors include sketches of early fishing and lumbering traders, the railroad's impact from 1840 to 1870, adventurous mill girls, Progressivism, and the death of influential conservative publisher William Loeb in 1981. The 1996 edition contains a new chapter on the growing impact of the state's first-in-the-nation primary and the Clinton/Gingrich visit to Claremont in 1995, and discussions of how burgeoning development in the 1980s forced once manageable towns and small cities to create zoning ordinances to make way for condominiums, malls, and industrial parks. The book includes a time-line of important events and an updated bibliographical essay.
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