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Bob Cottrell

Curator

Conway Public Library

HQ Phone:  (603) 447-5552

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Email: b***@***.org

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Conway Public Library

15 Greenwood Avenue

Conway, New Hampshire,03818

United States

Company Description

The Conway Public Library offers community residents of all ages: Access to information sources A place to gather Opportunities for lifelong learning and personal growth Popular materials to meet cultural, educational, and recreational needs Knowledgeable pr...more

Background Information

Employment History

Founding Director

Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm


Affiliations

Conway Historical Society

Board Member


Tamworth Historical Society

CNE Member and President


Tamworth Historical Society

Board Member


Mount Washington Observatory

Volunteer Coordinator


Ordination Rock

Historian


WhiteMountainHistory.org

Member


Tamworth Congregational Church

Historian


Education

Master's degree

University of Delaware's Winterthur


master's degree

Winterthur Program


undergraduate degree

New College of Sarasota , Fla.


Web References(119 Total References)


Conway Public Library | Conway, NH 03818 - Staff

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Bob Cottrell
bcottrell@conwaypubliclibrary.org


Conway Public Library | Conway, NH 03818 - Unpaid Internship Opportunities

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Robert Cottrell
Curator, Henney History Room Conway Public Library 15 East Main Street, PO Box 2100 Conway, NH 03818-2100 Tel.: 603-447-5552 x14 Email: bcottrell@conwaypubliclibrary.org


Mount Washington Observatory (MWOBS) – Staff

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Bob Cottrell, Volunteer Coordinator
While growing up in Florida, Bob's love of nature, history and art was fueled by family camping trips, Boy Scouts, and travel with friends. By age 10 he had been to all 48 contiguous United States and two foreign countries. As volunteer coordinator, Bob practices what he preaches, volunteering with the Osher Life Long Learning program and a number of local historical societies and organizations. He enjoys hiking, kayaking, campfires, cook-outs, swimming, snow shoeing and dog sledding with his dogs, Tug and Fenway. Tug is a Chinook sled dog, New Hampshire's State Dog breed, who likes to celebrate New England's changing seasons by helping friends with farm chores such as ice harvesting, maple sugaring, haying, and harvesting. Bob has a master's degree from the Winterthur Program in Early American Culture and has worked in places as diverse as the Smithsonian's Museum of American Art, the Crowley Museum and Nature Center in Sarasota, Florida, the Conner Prairie Museum in Indiana, and at Bilkent University in Ankara, Turkey. Bob Cottrell also works part-time as the Curator of the Nella Braddy Henney History Room at the Conway Public Library.


Dog days in NH | News, Sports, Jobs - The Cabinet Press

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MILFORD - When his family adopted a dog in 2005, Bob Cottrell did what few dog owners do: He researched its ancestory.
The dog, Tug - short for Mountain Laurel Tamworth Tugger - is part of a rare breed called Chinook, and his lineage is noble. Cottrell gave a slideshow called "Harnessing History: On the Trail of New Hampshire's State Dog" at the Wadleigh Memorial Library recently and talked about how Tug, and all Chinooks, are descended from Admiral Robert Peary's lead sled dog for his Greenland expedition, a husky called Polaris. "A phenomenon of nature," as Cottrell calls him. Cottrell told the story quickly and with humor, weaving his family's tales about Tug, who died this spring, with the history of dog sledding in New Hampshire and the Chinook's role in the story. "They just start out really cute, and then they get cuter," Cottrell said, describing how their fierce love of running contrasts with an extraordinarily gentle nature and sharp intelligence. Cottrell holds a master's degree from the Winterthur Program in Early American Culture in Delaware. He is the founding director of the Remick Country Doctor Museum in Tamworth and is the curator of the Henney History Room at the Conway Public Library.


Chichester NH News: The Suncook Valley Sun Newspaper

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Bob Cottrell, curator of the Henney History Room at the Conway Public Library will be the speaker.


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