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Adopted by the state of New Hampshire in 1945, the Live Free or Die motto is a stark contrast to the usually mild language of a state motto. John Stark sent his toast to the anniversary of the Battle of Bennington by letter and it read: Live free or die:... Adopted by the state of New Hampshire in 1945, the Live Free or Die motto is a stark contrast to the usually mild language of a state motto. John Stark sent his toast to the anniversary of the Battle of Bennington by letter and it read: Live free or die:...
Adopted by the state of New Hampshire in 1945, the Live Free or Die motto is a stark contrast to the usually mild language of a state motto. John Stark sent his toast to the anniversary of the Battle of Bennington by letter and it read: Live free or die: Death is not the worst of all evils.
Adopted by the state of New Hampshire in 1945, the Live Free or Die motto is a stark contrast to the usually mild language of a state motto. John Stark sent his toast to the anniversary of the Battle of Bennington by letter and it read: Live free or die: Death is not the worst of all evils.
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