Tamworth, New Hampshire
I really like the content of the new website. My only quibble is with the design. The columns seem crowded and make it harder to read. For me it would be easier to negotiate with more white space or column designations. Nice start though.
Hi Jay, I met you & Lichen at the NELA conference this week and it was a great pleasure! Your presentation on Tues. a.m. was great. I learned a lot. Your web site is fabulous! Every town library in NH (and beyond!) should have Scriblio! I had seen what Casey was doing at PSU, but I didn’t realize he & Lichen had been working together. Good luck with this great project!
I like the updates to the web site. This system/ tool offers so much. I enjoy the photos, reading people’s comments, the news of goings-on at the library. Thanks!!
Your readers may be interested in my brief biography on Gen. William Whipple, New Hampshire Signer of the Declaration of Independence. He was a major player in the Continental Congress. Go to the web site http://www.blainewhipple.com, click on “The Whipples” half way down on the left side of the home page. Gen. Whipples biography follows Commodore Abraham Whipple’s biography. I promise you a good read.
My favorite book is “Look to the Mountain” by Legrand Cannon, Jr, a fictional account of Whit Livingston, who settled in Tamworth Township in the 1700’s.
I have read several websites about Tamworth, including yours, and have not seen any references to Cannon or the book.
Are there any local attractions or local lore about either?
The website looks beautiful and content is chock full of information. I love my library!!
Shelly and Beckett
i was lead to this website when i was looking into classes about stain glass and paper mache in maine where i live! i saw pictures on flicker with ashley byron that led me to here! i have been trying to figure out how to contact ashley to see if i can arrange a class with him! do you know how i can contact him?thanks!
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