HISTORICAL NEW HAMPSHIRE
Historical New Hampshire is the journal of the New Hampshire Society and is a benefit of membership in the Society. The journal is published for twofold purpose of encouraging research in New Hampshire history and bringing fresh and interesting historical material to the public. The articles and book reviews in Historical New Hampshire pertain to any aspect of New Hampshire history and culture, although material of regional and national interest may be included if pertinent to New Hampshire. Articles in Historical New Hampshire are peer-reviewed and should reflect original research, innovative approaches, and good writing. Unsolicited book reviews are not accepted, and authors are advised to contact the editor with queries concerning their articles before submission. All correspondence should be addressed to the editor. Articles are reviewed by the editor in consultation with members of the editorial advisory board and possibly outside reviewers.
Articles in Historical New Hampshire vary in length, but generally are between 2500 and 7500 words. On matters of style, authors are asked to consult The Chicago Manual of Style (University of Chicago Press), 17th edition. Text copy and notes should be double-spaced on an 8 1/2 by 11-inch portrait format with 1-inch margins. Notes and tables should appear on separate pages following the text. The use of subheads is encouraged. Authors must submit manuscripts electronically, preferably in Microsoft Word. Authors who have illustration suggestions are invited to share them as electronic scans or copies. Do not send photographs.
Reviews of major museum exhibitions or films are welcome, as are shorter entries for our Notes and Documents section. Short research notes are not peer-reviewed and are included at the discretion of the editor.
All correspondence regarding Historical New Hampshire should be directed to:
Elizabeth Dubrulle, Editor
Historical New Hampshire
New Hampshire Historical Society
30 Park Street
Concord, NH 03301