Monthly Archives: January 2011

At The River’s Edge: An Oral History of Berlin, New Hampshire

The movie is comprised of eleven chapters, plus the introduction, which tells the story of Berlin and its citizens from 1823 to 2007. Continue reading

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New Book! The Berlin Dictionary

The Berlin Dictionary is written by contributors who submitted their favorite and most memorable “Berlin Words.” Continue reading

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At The River Edge: An Oral History of Berlin, New Hampshire

At The River Edge: An Oral History of Berlin, New Hampshire A Blind Squirrel Production 90 Minutes In the early twentieth century the city of Berlin, New Hampshire became the largest producer of paper in the world. Continue reading

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Barn Restoration

For five weeks during the hot summer months of July and August, Maurice Lavertue and Don LeClerc continued the work of restoring the Brown Company Barns on East Side River Road. The sills on the southern-most barn were rotting, causing … Continue reading

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Barn Sales

Another successful season of barn sales has terminated. This year we were able to host 6 sales, helping to defray the expenses of heating the museum and enabling it to remain open year round. All items sold were donated to … Continue reading

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NH Historic Marker

The Berlin & Coos County Historical Society successfully applied for and was granted a NH State Historic Marker for the location of the first permanent residence in what was then Maynesborough. This marker is located on the East Milan Road … Continue reading

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Boy Scout Eagle Project

The Berlin & Coos County Historical Society had the good fortune of having Turner Couture choose the area between the two Brown Company Barns for his Eagle Scout Project. Turner and fellow Boy Scouts with the help of a group … Continue reading

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Moffett House Museum & Genealogy Center Gets a Face Lift

In October of 2009 BCCHS received a grant in the amount of $23,246 from the Neil and Louise Tillotson Fund of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation to support capital improvements to the Moffett House Museum. In March 26 new Marvin … Continue reading

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Images of America:Berlin

A Native of Berlin, New Hampshire, Renney has gathered over 200 images to make Berlin an interesting and educational book that will be injoyed by many generations. Continue reading

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Once Upon a Berlin Time: Three

These books are a compilation of some of the many wondrous works done by Mr. Paul “Poof” Tardif Continue reading

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