You can buy the book:

To Purchase Books
Photographer Becky Field has documented the vitality and diversity of New Hampshire’s newest Americans – families at home, children at play, workplaces, weddings, funerals, and sacred ceremonies.  The book includes an Introduction by NH Governor Maggie Hassan, a Foreword by world-renowned photographer John Isaac, and stories by NH refugees about the joys and challenges of resettlement. The book was released in Fall 2015.

To order the book online, click on the photograph above. You will be directed to the website for Enfield Publishing and Distribution where you can purchase the book with a credit card.

The book is 9″ x 10″, hardcover, with book jacket, 128 pages, and 133 full-color images. The price is $35.

Contact Becky with any questions:  FieldWorkPhotos@gmail.com.

To Donate Books to Immigrant Families

A free book will go to every immigrant family in the book, about 105 books at $35 each. Your tax-deductible donation will go directly toward a book for a family. You will receive a statement for tax purposes from Second Start, a private non-profit educational corporation in Concord, NH, and fiscal agent for this book. Any profit after costs of publication and distribution will be donated to NH nonprofits that support immigrants and refugees.

To make a donation of any amount, click on the photograph above to go to Second Start’s PayPal site.

Or you can send a check payable to Second Start with Diversity Book in the memo line, and mail to:   Second Start, 17 Knight Street, Concord, NH 03301

Contact Becky with any questions:  FieldWorkPhotos@gmail.com.

DIFFERENT ROOTS, COMMON DREAMS

New Hampshire’s Cultural Diversity

Becky Field, Photographer
Introduction:  NH Governor Maggie Hassan
Foreword:   John Isaac, Former Chief, Photo Unit, United Nations
Journey Stories:   New Hampshire Immigrants
New Hampshire is 92% “white,” yet this book of photographs showcases the state’s vibrant cultural and ethnic diversity. For three years, photographer Becky Field has documented the lives of New Hampshire’s immigrants and refugees: families at home, children at play, workplaces, weddings, funerals, sacred ceremonies, and traditional celebrations. Through her photographs and stories by immigrants, this book tells of the journeys and celebrates the beauty and resilience of new Hampshire’s new Americans.
The compelling body of work…speaks to photography’s power to reveal the complexity and drama of the human condition.
Gary Samson, Chair, Photography Department, NH Institute of Art
This picture book tells stories and celebrates the beauty of the cultural diversity of newcomers in the state.
Amadou Hamady Sy, Director, International Institute of New England, Manchester, NH
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