Author: Stephanie True PetersPublish On: 2001-12-15
Peters , Stephanie True , 1965How to draw New Hampshire's sights and symbols / Stephanie T. Peters . p . cm . ( A kid's guide to drawing America ) Includes index . Summary : This book explains how to draw some of New Hampshire's sights ...
Author: Stephanie True Peters
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
State geography, history, and culture are presented through directions for drawing the official seal, flag, flower, animal, and tree of the fifty states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico.
Alabama 31. Michigan 32. New Jersey 33. South Carolina 34. West Virginia 35. Wyoming 36. Arizona 37. Montana 38. Minnesota 39. Washington 40. Texas 41. Florida 42. Georgia 43. Massachusetts 44. Nebraska 45. Illinois 46. New Hampshire 47 ...
Author: Carol Eichel
Publisher: Teacher Created Materials
Sharpen students' critical-thinking skills with these USA brain-teasing activities. Parents, students, and teachers will love these fun challenges, puzzles, and logical thinking pages. They're a great way to practice higher-order thinking skills.
Nebraska's Sights and Symbols Nevada's Sights and Symbols New Hampshire's Sights and Symbols New Jersey's Sights and Symbo New Mexico's Sights and Symb New York's Sights and Symbols North Carolina's Sights and Symbols North Dakota's ...
50 Classic Symbols of the Granite State Matthew P. Mayo, Jennifer Smith-Mayo ... leaf-peeper, odds are you've traveled the 26.5-milelong leg of New Hampshire Route 112, itselfa 56-mile-long state highway that runs in the northern climes ...
Author: Matthew P. Mayo
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
New Hampshire literally has something for everyone: urban types looking for bookstores, coffee shops, swank eateries, and nightclubs; outdoorsy folks searching for endless vistas atop the high peaks of the White Mountains; history buffs seeking clues to the state’s rich past; or snow-loving families hoping to schuss the slopes all day long. It is a place of quaint villages, swimming holes, general stores, and hillside farms. And its people, those singular Granite Staters, are the friendly caretakers who make sure it’s there for all to enjoy. Profiled within these pages are fifty classic symbols of this extraordinary state, revealing little-known facts, longtime secrets, and historical legends. From frost heaves to Robert Frost, from Stonyfield Yogurt to the New Hampshire State House, New Hampshire Icons offers up the inside story on the Granite State. Did you know that New Hampshire has the shortest coastline of any state (18 miles)? That Mt. Washington is the official home of the world’s worst weather? That pumpkins are the official state fruit? New Hampshire Icons features the people, places, events, foods, animals, and traditions that make it the singular state it is.
In this book , Mallery recorded rock art sites and symbols throughout North America , but only a few ... in each of the states of New York , Maine , Massachusetts , and Connecticut , two sites in Rhode Island , and none in New Hampshire ...
Author: Edward J. Lenik
Category: Social Science
Located along rivers, at the edges of lakes, on mountain boulders, in rock shelters, on rock ledges where the continent meets the ocean, and tucked into parks and public places, American Indian rock art offers tantilizing glimpses of the signs and symbols of a Native American culture. Picture Rocks documents all known permanent petroglyph and pictograph sites from the Canadian provinces of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, the six New England states, New York, and New Jersey. Some sites are subject to disputes over their origins—Indian or Portuguese? Some are ancient, and others, such as the work of the Mi’kmaq, were executed in the past 200 years. Many of these sites are little known; others, like those at Bellows Falls, Vermont, are sources of great local pride and appear on city walking tours. Interspersing his own interpretations with comments from scholars and Native American storytellers, Edward J. Lenik provides a definitive look at an extraordinary art form. Two hundred illustrations include historic sketches by early Euro-American colonists, nineteenth-century photographs, and recent photographs and drawings of the current conditions of many sites.
... the celebrated Old Man of the Mountains , a natural wonder that had long been a revered symbol of the “ granite state ” of New Hampshire , vanished from sight as a portion of its rocky hillside collapsed into rubble .
Author: Amy Golahny
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press
Gathered in honor of John Michael Montias (1928–2005), the foremost scholar on Johannes Vermeer and a pioneer in the study of the socioeconomic dimensions of art, the essays in In His Milieu are an essential contribution to the study of the social functions of making, collecting, displaying, and donating art. The nearly forty essays here by—all internationally recognized experts in the fields of art history and the economics of art—are especially revealing about the Renaissance and Baroque eras and present new material on such artists as Rembrandt, Van Eyck, Rubens, and da Vinci.
Ruth's Note: In May 2003, the most popular sight in the White Mountains disappeared when a famous granite formation known as the Old Man of the Mountain collapsed. New Hampshire's state symbol, it had watched over Franconia Notch for ...
Author: Daniel Doan
Publisher: The Countryman Press
Lace up your boots, grab this guide, and explore the great outdoors! The original 50 Hikes guide is new again, covering northern New England’s most legendary range, the crown jewel of Northeast hiking. The splendor of the White Mountains will inspire you Notch, Crawford Notch, and Pinkham Notch regions, as well as picturesque hikes off the Kancamagus Highway and to the peaks of the Presidential Range. Writer Daniel Doan hiked the White Mountains for nearly 70 years and wrote two hiking guides to NH’s trails, among many other books. A recipient of the New Hampshire Writers’ Project Lifetime Achievement Award, he died in 1993. His daughter, Ruth Doan MacDougall, has updated his hiking guides ever since. A novelist, she has also received the NHWP Lifetime Achievement Award.
On Labor Day 1975 I was taken by Fell to sites in Vermont and New Hampshire . At South Woodstock , Vermont , an eye symbol had been found among many important evidences by Byron Dix , our guide . At Mystery Hill , New Hampshire ...
That these celebrations had an edge to them is amply demonstrated by the exclusion of Anti-Federalists and by the way symbols were manipulated. After the ninth state (New Hampshire) ratified the Constitution, for instance, ...
Author: Brian Balogh
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
A Government Out of Sight revises our understanding of the ways in which Americans turned to the national government throughout the nineteenth century.
Author: Fodor's Travel GuidesPublish On: 2019-05-14
About This Book Icons Look for the following icons to help you identify our listings: Sights Hotels Restaurants Shops Nightlife Performing Arts Activities Beaches Symbols used in our listings: Address Telephone Fax Website Email ...
Author: Fodor's Travel Guides
Publisher: Fodor's Travel
For a limited time, receive a free Fodor's Guide to Safe and Healthy Travel e-book with the purchase of this guidebook! Go to fodors.com for details. Ready to experience Maine, Vermont, and New Hampshire? The experts at Fodor’s are here to help. Fodor’s Maine, Vermont, & New Hampshire travel guide is packed with customizable itineraries with top recommendations, detailed maps of Maine, Vermont, and New Hampshire, and exclusive tips from locals. Whether you want to explore Main's Acadia National Park, go skiing in Vermont, or go hiking in New Hampshire's White Mountains, this up-to-date guidebook will help you plan it all out. This new edition has been FULLY-REDESIGNED with a new layout and beautiful images for more intuitive travel planning! Fodor’s Maine, Vermont, & New Hampshire includes: • AN ULTIMATE EXPERIENCE GUIDE that visually captures the top highlights of Maine, Vermont, and New Hampshire. • SPECTACULAR COLOR PHOTOS AND FEATURES throughout, including special features on fall foliage drives, great road trips, Maine’s lighthouses, skiing, and the Appalachian Trail. • INSPIRATIONAL “BEST OF” LISTS identify the best things to see, do, eat, drink, and more. • MULTIPLE ITINERARIES for various trip lengths help you maximize your time. • MORE THAN 15 DETAILED MAPS help you plot your itinerary and navigate confidently. • EXPERT RECOMMENDATIONS ON HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS offer options for every taste. • TRIP PLANNING TOOLS AND PRACTICAL TIPS INCLUDE: guides to getting around, saving money and time, beating the crowds; and a calendar of festivals and events. • LOCAL INSIDER ADVICE tells you where to find under-the-radar gems. • HISTORICAL AND CULTURAL OVERVIEWS add perspective and enrich your travels. • COVERS: Boston, Cape Cod, Nantucket, Martha’s Vineyard, the Berkshires, Providence, Newport, the White Mountains, Portsmouth, Portland, Acadia National Park, the Maine Coast, and more. ABOUT FODOR'S AUTHORS: Each Fodor's Travel Guide is researched and written by local experts. Fodor’s has been offering expert advice for all tastes and budgets for over 80 years. Planning on visiting Connecticut, Massachusetts, or Rhode Island? Check out Fodor’s Boston or Fodor’s New England.