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PORTSMOUTH — See the fruits of their labors when advanced-placement photography students from Portsmouth High School exhibit their images of local historical scenes. Along with AP … more
To the editor: The Newport Navy Choristers, under the direction of Lori McDowell, will be presenting their annual Christmas concert, “Christmas in Song,” on Friday, Dec. 8, at 7:30 … more
PORTSMOUTH — Town Historian Jim Garman said sometimes Portsmouth residents forget they live on an island. Yet almost since the town was first founded in 1638, there have always been … more
PORTSMOUTH — On every Oct. 23 for more than three decades, they’ve been filling the pews in the upstairs meeting room of the Portsmouth Historical Society to honor soldiers who made … more
PORTSMOUTH — Since local history isn’t usually taught in the schools, Rose Escobar is bringing her advanced placement photography students out on field trips so they can see some of … more
PORTSMOUTH — Town Historian and Portsmouth Historical Society President Jim Garman will discuss the history of our local ferries and bridges in an illustrated lecture tonight. His … more
PORTSMOUTH — Things are looking a little brighter at the Portsmouth Historical Society — literally. more
PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth Historical Society paid tribute to the town’s “founding mothers” on the occasion of Anne Hutchinson’s 426th birthday Sunday. more
To the editor: The Portsmouth Historical Society, in conjunction with the Town Planning office, will hold an initial organizing meeting on Monday, July 24, at 6 p.m. in the Portsmouth Free Public … more
PORTSMOUTH — “We’ve all read it,” Town Historian Jim Garman said of the Declaration of Independence. “Have you read it lately? It’s good to read it … more
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