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Monument marks John Smith's 1614 voyage
Foster's Daily Democrat
When it comes to John Smith, NH really rocks
"Plimoth" may have its rock, but New Hampshire has its own claim to early Colonial history - one that has Massachusetts beat by six years.
New Hampshire Union Leader
New Monument for the Man Who Named New England
"Does John Smith really matter to New Hampshire? You bet. At one level he reminds us of how accidental all history really is. A shift in the wind and we might be living in Port Smith instead of Portsmouth. Smith's treatise and map also remind us that ..."
New monument marks 400th anniversary of Capt. John Smith's voyage
New Monument To Capt. John Smith To Be Dedicated In Rye
State to Commemorate 400th Anniversary of Smith Expedition
Rye monument dedication remembers Capt. John Smith and his 1614 voyage
Union Leader | NewHampshire.com
NH Monument to Mark Capt. Smith's New England Trip