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Honoring the Pennacook

NHTI history professor Tom Wallace (left), NHTI president Lynn Kilchenstein, and Student Senate president Megan Spiltoir unveil a New Hampshire Historical Marker on the NHTI campus in Concord on Tuesday, December 3, 2013. The marker recognizes the Pennacook tribal group, who lived in the region before white settlers arrived in New England in the 1620s.

(WILL PARSON / Monitor staff)

NHTI history professor Tom Wallace (left), NHTI president Lynn Kilchenstein, and Student Senate president Megan Spiltoir unveil a New Hampshire Historical Marker on the NHTI campus in Concord on Tuesday, December 3, 2013. The marker recognizes the Pennacook tribal group, who lived in the region before white settlers arrived in New England in the 1620s. (WILL PARSON / Monitor staff)

New Hampshire Technical Institute history professor Tom Wallace (left), NHTI President Lynn Kilchenstein, and Student Senate President Megan Spiltoir unveil a New Hampshire Historical Marker on the NHTI campus in Concord on Tuesday. The marker recognizes the Pennacook tribal group, who lived in the region in the 1620s. Concord Monitor — Will Parson