The New Hampshire Historical Society, a nonprofit organization based in Concord, has been working to preserve the history of the Granite State since 1823 - and has the historic documents to show it. On the homepage, visitors can make their way through ten sections, including Library, Museum, and Publications. The Library area is particularly useful for scholars, as it contains links to online bibliographies, a sampling of historic maps, and other materials. In the Publications area, visitors can find selections from the journal "Historical New Hampshire" and audio versions of some articles as well. Some of the most interesting pieces here are the articles on the history of tourism in the White Mountains. An Education section provides resources for teachers and learners, such as slideshows, tips on working with primary sources, and the history of Native people in the state. Finally, the site also includes a place where visitors can sign up for the Society's electronic newsletter.
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