Dustin Memorial (Penacook, NH): This website has information on
the Dustin Memorial trail and photographs of the site on Contoocook
Island, in Penacook, NH. There is also a link to a USGS Topographical
Map of the island and area.
John Greenleaf Whittier Website:
North Shore Community College, located in Essex County, Massachusetts,
is proud to honor our county’s most famous nineteenth century
poet, John Greenleaf Whittier, on the occasion of his 200th birthday,
2007. As a Quaker, an Abolitionist, and a local colorist, Whittier confirmed
his faith, converted many to the anti-slavery causes, and immortalized
the rural life of Essex County.
Hampshire Native American History--Indian Wars: Information on King
Philip's War, King William's War, and other wars of the French and Indian
Wars. See, also, for information on tribal groups and Native American
lifestyle and culture in New Hampshire.
American Captivity Narratives by Donna M. Campbell: This detailed
site provides a definition and information on the captivity narrative
as a literary form, with special emphasis on the 1682 narrative of Mary
Rowlandson" (from The Connecticut River Homepage, University of
Massachusetts Amherst): This site provides pictures and details of the
captivity and release of Mary Rowlandson in 1676.
to Us All: Lawyers and Poetry. Created by Professor James R. Elkins,
College of Law, West Virginia University. This site contains a brief
biographical sketch of Robert Boodey Caverly (1806-1887), author of
The Heroism of Hannah Duston: Together with the Indian Wars of New England