Help with identifying this woodland wildflower...

I've looked the internet (though not exhaustively) and I cannot seem to identify this wildflower that I've snapped a photo of. It was found growing in large patches in a mountainous, deciduous forest in New Hampshire's Upper Valley area.
http://photos1.blogger.com/blogger/6061/2026/400/emunidentifiedflower.jpg
Any assistance/answers you could provide would be highly appreciated. Thanks :)
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http://www.ct-botanical-society.org/galleries/polygalapauc.html Gaywing
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Thank you ever so much :)
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it's Fringed Polygala (Polygaya pauciflora) aka 'gaywings'. it's a member of the milkwort family. lee
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