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History Matters

J. Dennis Robinson writer logo by Reggin LoganHISTORY MATTERS

Seacoast History by author / editor J. Dennis Robinson, presented biweekly in collaboration with The Portsmouth Herald. (check the Monday Herald every other week for printed version). In "History Matters" Robinson explores regional history and its connection to modern issues in a dramatic and highly readable style. The author has been writing about the "America\'s Smallest Seacaost" (sm) for over two decades.For up to 100 original aritlces by JDR also click here to visit AS I PLEASE. For the latest news see the Portsmouth Herald online web site just click here.    

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1 George Orwell Taught Me to Write History 24 September 2014 J. Dennis Robinson
2 New Monument for the Man Who Named New England 30 July 2014 J. Dennis Robinson
3 Painting the First Picture of Portsmouth 22 July 2014 J. Dennis Robinson
4 Tallest Tombstone in New Hampshire is 100 Years Old 03 June 2014 J. Dennis Robinson
5 Portsmouth Builds Rare HMS America in 1749 18 May 2014 J. Dennis Robinson
6 Unloved President Franklin Pierce Had Seacoast Connections 09 April 2014 J. Dennis Robinson
7 Those Dangerous Daily Newspapers 09 March 2014 J. Dennis Robinson
8 When Old Ironsides Was Ours 25 February 2014 J. Dennis Robinson
9 Five Reasons to Skate at Puddle Dock Portsmouth 10 February 2014 J. Dennis Robinson
10 Heavenly Days at the Hellish Portsmouth Naval Prison 06 February 2014 J. Dennis Robinson

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