Books About New Hampshire
 
Sarah Josepha Hale: A New England Pioneer

Rogers, Sherbrooke
(Tompson, & Rutter, 1985)

Hale, born in Newport, N.H., was perhaps the best known American woman journalist in the 19th century. Editor of Ladies' Magazine & Godey's Lady's Book, she became involved in social reform such as the establishment of the Seamen's Aid Society; motivated women into raising funds for the completion of the Bunker Hill Monument & campaigned for a national Thanksgiving Day. She also authored the poem "Mary's Lamb".
 
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