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Mason Fun Fact! New Hampshire philanthropist Edward Tuck almost singlehandedly paid for the New Hampshire Historical Society’s landmark Park Street building. Tuck insisted the building be constructed to the very highest standards. He wanted it to be a “temple to New Hampshire history.”


We thank the following for investing in New Hampshire’s kids and social studies education.

Democracy Project Lead Sponsors 

  • Joel J. and Catherine L. Bedor, in memory of Attorney Alexander J. and Loretta S. Corey
  • Jack and Dorothy Byrne Foundation
  • Samuel P. Hunt Foundation
  • Jane's Trust
  • National Endowment for the Humanities*
  • SilverTech, Inc.
  • Anonymous Foundation


Democracy Project Sponsors 

  • Norwin S. and Elizabeth N. Bean Foundation
  • Dr. Horace Shepard Blood and Mrs. Gene Pierce Blood
  • Brown Foundation
  • Cogswell Benevolent Trust
  • Concord Group Insurance Companies
  • Eppes-Jefferson Foundation, Inc.
  • McIninch Foundation
  • Monadnock Paper Mills, Inc.
  • New Hampshire Bar Foundation, Judge Richard F. Cooper Fund, Richard P. Dunfey Fund, Frederick K. Upton Fund, and Arthur & Esther Nighswander Justice Fund
  • New Hampshire Bar Foundation, Judge Richard F. Cooper Fund, J. Albert & Mildred E. Lynch Fund, and Frederick K. Upton Fund Justice Fund
  • New Hampshire Charitable Foundation
  • New Hampshire Humanities
  • Northeast Delta Dental
  • Gilbert Verney Foundation
  • Madelaine G. von Weber Trust

Democracy Project Donors

  • Deborah and David Adams
  • Janet Pitman Anderson
  • Maud V. Ayson
  • Alan P. Cleveland
  • Cotton M. Cleveland and John B. Garvey
  • Benjamin Couch Trust
  • Gertrude Couch Trust
  • Marc S. & Ann W. Davis
  • Charles G. Douglas III and Debra M. Douglas
  • Deborah J. Hall
  • Susan and Beatty Hunter
  • Terry M. and Craig E. Knowles
  • Mascoma Bank
  • Patricia S. Meyers
  • Rebecca Mitchell
  • New Hampshire Bar Foundation, Judge Richard F. Cooper Fund, J. Albert and Mildred E. Lynch Fund, and Frederic K. Upton Justice Fund
  • New Hampshire Council for the Social Studies
  • New Hampshire Daughters of the American Revolution
  • Barbara A. and Larry H. Pitsch
  • Putnam Foundation
  • Savings Bank of Walpole
  • Robert C. and Janet A. Simmonds
  • Barbara K. Sweet
  • Pamela Van Arsdale & Robert Dewey

* The "Moose on the Loose" has been made possible in part by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities: Democracy demands wisdom. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this resource do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.


We thank the following for contributing their time, expertise, and resources to the “Moose on the Loose” curriculum and the Democracy Project.

  • Berlin Historical Society
  • Carsey School of Public Policy
  • Children's Museum of New Hampshire
  • Historical Society of Cheshire County
  • Manchester Historic Association
  • New Hampshire Bar Foundation
  • New Hampshire Board of Education
  • New Hampshire Center for Public Policy Studies
  • New Hampshire Council for the Social Studies
  • New Hampshire Department of Education
  • New Hampshire Humanities
  • New Hampshire Institute for Civics Education
  • NEA-New Hampshire
  • New Hampshire State Council for the Arts
  • New Hampshire State House Visitors Center
  • Plymouth State University
  • Reaching Higher NH
  • Saint Anselm College
  • Seacoast Science Center
  • Southern New Hampshire University
  • University of New Hampshire