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Glenn A. Knoblock is a historian, author, and lecturer with over a dozen books to his credit that highlight various aspects of New Hampshire and New England history. He has a BA in history from Bowling Green State University in Ohio and has been studying and documenting aspects of New Hampshire history for over thirty years. For nearly two decades he has given lectures on the topics he has written about state-wide as part of the New Hampshire Humanities and their Humanities To Go program. He resides in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, with his wife, Terry, and daughter, Anna.

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Selling the Arsenal of Democracy: America’s Weapons of World War II as seen in Homefront Magazines


Women of Granite: The Hidden Lives of New Hampshire Women as Seen in the Cemetery, 1674-1992


Historic Meetinghouses and Churches of New Hampshire