New Hampshire War Monuments: The Stories Behind the Stones

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A father’s grief for his son. A daughter’s grief for her father. And a love story that crossed continents and an ocean, coming to rest in a tiny New Hampshire town. This small state has more than enough heart, sending men and women to fight for freedom around the world. New Hampshire military personnel have distinguished themselves in every war from the French and Indian War to the dusty mountains of Afghanistan. The Granite State continues to honor their sacrifices, memorializing their stories in statues, bridges, buildings and highways. Join Kathleen and Sheila Bailey as they recount the stories behind the stones.
ISBN: 9781467151184
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: New Hampshire
Series: Landmarks
Images: 104
Pages: 224
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Kathleen Bailey is a journalist and novelist with forty years’ experience in the nonfiction, newspaper and inspirational fields. While she’s always dreamed of publishing fiction and has three novels in print, her two Arcadia projects, Past and Present Exeter and War Monuments, made her fall in love with nonfiction and telling real people’s stories. Shelia Bailey is a freelance photographer living in Concord, New Hampshire. She enjoys traveling around her state and New England looking for the perfect shot. She recently coauthored Past and Present Exeter, along with shooting the contemporary photos for New Hampshire War Monuments.
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