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New Hampshire on High: Historic and Unusual Weathervanes of the Granite State with Glenn Knoblock ~ Tuesday, 9/19/2017 @ 6:30

weathervaneJoin us for a fun and engaging look at the historic and unusual weathervanes found on New Hampshire’s churches, town halls, and other public buildings from earliest times down to the present. Highlighted by the visual presentation of a sampling of the vanes found throughout the state, Glenn Knoblock’s program will trace the history of weathervanes, their practical use and interesting symbolism, as well as their varied types and methods of manufacture and evolution from practical weather instrument to architectural embellishment.

This program is free and open to the public and is made possible through support from the NH Humanities and the Friends of the Kimball Library.  Information about New Hampshire Humanities programs can be found at 

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About: Glenn Knoblock:

Glenn Knoblock is an independent scholar and author of fifteen books and over 100 articles. He is also the author and historian on projects relating to Northern New England bridges, New Hampshire cemeteries, and brewing history, and African-American military history. Knoblock has served as the main military contributor to Harvard and Oxford University’s landmark African-American Biography Project. He holds a BA in History from Bowling Green State University.

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