Tag Archives: Nova Scotia.

Exploring My Ancestors

Vaughn Hardacker here. In 2009 I was laid off by the high tech firm I worked for in Massachusetts (my seventh job in nine years–I left none of them voluntarily) and made the decision to leave New Hampshire and return … Continue reading

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Watching the Sea is Noble Work

Kate Flora: It is a gift to have friends who are creative. They don’t just write good books and poems or paint good pictures–they ask thoughtful questions and say interesting things. Once in a while, I find myself writing those … Continue reading

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The Acadian Expulsion

Vaughn C. Hardacker here: In my last blog I wrote about one of my more infamous ancestors, Lizzie Andrew Borden (1860 – 1927). The familial link to Lizzie was only one of the surprises I got while doing a detailed … Continue reading

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Sgt. Pepper X 1.8

  Thirty-six years ago today, Beth and I got married under a giant oak tree on Sennebec Hill Farm. We worried about the possibility of rain, but the skies cleared and we had a perfect September day. Ours was a … Continue reading

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