Random thoughts on life in small-town New England

Burling, Peter Hoe
June 1996
New Hampshire Business Review;6/07/96, Vol. 18 Issue 12, p11
Describes the community life in small-town New England. Anecdotes on scandals, celebrations and heroic deeds; Simple yet meaningful celebration of the Memorial Day; Case filed by the school districts in New Hampshire against the state; Heroic deeds by the Cornish Fire Department in Windsor, Vermont.


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