Bienvenue Translates to More Tourism in NH

 For a long time, the word “Bienvenue” has accompanied “Welcome” on signs at entry points into New Hampshire. Now, owing to dedicated effort by a handful of educators and state government officials, Bienvenue au New Hampshire has taken on an expanded purpose.

Personal Space and Travel:  A Cultural War in Miniature

NH Travel Guru: Years ago, I boarded a Greyhound Bus in New Orleans, bound for Sioux Falls, South Dakota. The young child seated behind me had a terrible cold, which manifested itself in the form of a loud, moist cough. And then …

Black Heritage Trail of NH: Can Tourism Deliver a Valuable Message

Given the significant presence of black people in New Hampshire during the last three hundred years, it is truly disappointing that today’s public school children (and their parents and grandparents) are unaware that black children and young adults were once sold on the wharf in Portsmouth, that Governor Langdon supported the efforts of George Washington to recover his “runaway property,” that Richard Potter was one of the most popular entertainers in America two hundred years ago, or that Harriet Wilson was the first African-American woman in North America to publish a book.