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Dolly Copp and the Pioneers of the Glen
     

Dolly Copp and the Pioneers of the Glen

by George N. Cross, J. Godsey (Editor)
 
Written in 1927, Cross' book is the story of Dolly Copp, who settled in Pinkham Notch in the 1840's. Dolly's husband, Hayes Dodifer Copp, built their farmhouse to provide lodging and meals to travelers going north to Gorham and Randolph. About her husband, Dolly is famous saying "Hayes is well enough. But fifty years is long enough for a woman to live with any man."

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Written in 1927, Cross' book is the story of Dolly Copp, who settled in Pinkham Notch in the 1840's. Dolly's husband, Hayes Dodifer Copp, built their farmhouse to provide lodging and meals to travelers going north to Gorham and Randolph. About her husband, Dolly is famous saying "Hayes is well enough. But fifty years is long enough for a woman to live with any man."

George N. Cross's Dolly Copp and the Pioneers of the Glen was originally published in 1927. Cross is the author of Randolph old and new : its ways and its by-ways and My Childhood in Pleasant Valley published in 2012 by SicPress.

Cover image: "Peabody River."

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780615876092
Publisher:
SicPress.com
Publication date:
08/26/2013
Pages:
26
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.06(d)

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