Meredith Chronicles

Meredith Chronicles

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Ancient beginnings only hinted at the great things to come in the story of Meredith. The earliest residents hunted mammoth and caribou and created the first birch-bark canoe to traverse Lake Winnipesaukee and the network of waterways. Centuries later, Mereditha€™s Dudley Leavitt wrote Leavitta€™s Farmers Almanack for more than fifty years. The local woods were the solitary home of Joseph Plumer, who was perhaps New Hampshirea€™s most financially successful hermit. Motorcycles, cars and horses once raced on the winter ice of Lake Winnipesaukee. Together, these stories weave the distinctive fabric of Meredith history. Dan Heyduka€™s town history goes beyond documents and dates, illustrating the unique character of a multifaceted community.By that time, there were already 8, 500 RFD mail carriers. The project required not just trained mailmen but also ... The RFD carrier had to pass a civil service exam and furnish his own transportation. In the early years, a horse and wagon wereanbsp;...

Title:Meredith Chronicles
Author: Daniel Heyduk
Publisher:Arcadia Publishing - 2015-03-16

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