Dan Rothman is the editor of the New Boston Historical Society website. He has written two dozen stories, mostly true, about the history of this remarkable New Hampshire town. Dan and his wife Lisa have lived in New Boston for over thirty years.
For many years Dan worked with businesses in New England and Europe, helping them to replace people with machines. One day Dan found that he too had been replaced by a machine, so he had more time for his research and writing. Dan’s interests range from Colonial America to Daily Life in the Middle Ages. His latest project is a novel of medieval adventure for young adults.
“The Lady of the Lake” in Live Free or Dragons (2016)
“Nothing Nasty on Page One” in Murder Ink (2016, Plaidswede Publishing)
Work In Progress:
“The Road From Hamelin”, a Young Adult novel of medieval adventure
The Mostly True History of the Molly Stark Cannon (2011)
Spanish Treasure and the Canada Townships (2013)
History of the New Boston Railroad (2014)
250 Years in 50 Minutes (2013)
New Boston during the American Revolution (2014)
Reinventing the Historical Society in the 21st Century (2015)
A Day in the Life of a First Grader in Old New Boston (2016)
“General John Stark Scenic Byway” WMUR-TV New Hampshire Chronicle (2014)