More Rambles From Greenland NH
By Paul F. Hughes, Paul C. Hughes, John Hirtle and many others
Discover some of the unique histories behind the town of Greenland, New Hampshire, a quiet community that sits on one of the busy crossroads of the Seacoast region.
Learn about the places and events that make the town such a special place, such as the churches and transportation links which helped the area grow.
Find out about the community’s contributions during the Civil War and looking back from the Bicentennial.
There’s more inside this collection of historical essays that add another chapter to the growing number of local New England histories to enjoy for years to come.
Coming soon to Amazon and other booksellers
Arti-Sands at Hampton Beach
By John Hirtle
Take 300 tons of sand, add the talents of the most accomplished sand sculptors to be found, mix in a generous helping of old-fashioned community hospitality and what do you get?
The Hampton Beach Master Sand Sculpting Competition of course.
For over ten years, this signature event on New Hampshire’s premiere seaside vacation destination has grown in size and fame. It has gone from one of the first professional sand sculpting events in the New England Region to becoming one of ten places on the globe where the winners will go on to compete in the World Championship of sand sculpting.
Find out the history, sights and highlights of this unique event inside and get the scoop behind the Arti-Sands at Hampton Beach
56 pages touch on the history, frequently asked questions about sand sculpting, and features over 120 sharp black and white photos to capture the flavor of this unique summer event.
A Brief History of Greenland, New Hampshire
By John Hirtle
A decidedly brief 28 page booklet with the highlights of 400 years of Greenland, New Hampshire’s history. Includes a map of the town on the centerfold.
Only available at the Greenland Town Offices.