Militia Pay Record Under Stevens 1747-1748

Research into history is never a straight forward endeavor.  No, research seems to follow a path more akin to a tangled, messy pile that you pick up in the morning after the cats have gotten into a bag of yarn!   A document is found here, it leads to and touches another document.  The second document probably isn’t of the same time frame, or on the same topic as the first document.  And so on until … ah-ha! Continue reading “Militia Pay Record Under Stevens 1747-1748”

New Life for an Old Loom

With Guest Blogger Tom G.

"Barn Loom"
Loom as set up in the museum store. Waiting patiently for a forever home.

Little did my wife and I plan on a project when we went to visit the Fort at No. 4 in July of 2018. We had been meaning to visit and we were finally going to make the trip from Enfield, NH, for a visit.

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Gender, Politics, and Family Squabbles at Ethan Allen’s Homestead

April is New Hampshire Archaeology Month

In the usual course of activities, a presentation such as this would take place within The Fort at No. 4’s audiovisual space.  2020 is not, however, usual … so far.  In keeping with social distancing, and the various “stay home, stay safe” orders, we have moved this presentation to an online format.

Daniel O'Neil
Daniel O’Neil, Executive Director of the Ethan Allen Homestead

Please join us here at 2:00 PM on Saturday, April 10 for our April is For Archaeology presentation: Continue reading “Gender, Politics, and Family Squabbles at Ethan Allen’s Homestead”