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The Conways, New Hampshire (Images of America Series)
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The Conways, New Hampshire (Images of America Series)

by David Emerson
 

The Conway area has long held an important place in the history of New Hampshire. The earliest settlers found land both fertile and beautiful, and lived a basic existence amidst the hills and dales of the Mount Washington Valley. The outstanding natural beauty of the Conway area also captured the hearts and minds of the creative community, and when artists of the

Overview


The Conway area has long held an important place in the history of New Hampshire. The earliest settlers found land both fertile and beautiful, and lived a basic existence amidst the hills and dales of the Mount Washington Valley. The outstanding natural beauty of the Conway area also captured the hearts and minds of the creative community, and when artists of the White Mountain School began to share their paintings of the breathtaking panoramas around them, a tourism industry was born that has played a great part in shaping the history of the Conways.
The simplicity of this picture was broken in the late nineteenth century when the lumber and granite trades lured woodsmen and quarrymen from the vast pool of immigrants arriving from Europe. With these changes, life in and around the Conways became rich and diverse, with the subtle political interplay among the seven communities playing an important part in the vibrancy of the region.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780738562568
Publisher:
Arcadia Publishing SC
Publication date:
09/01/2008
Series:
Images of America Series
Pages:
128
Product dimensions:
6.40(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.40(d)

Meet the Author


David Emerson has drawn on the collection of the Conway Public Library and other local collections to create this fascinating visual history. From the glamour of lavish coaching parades to the harsh reality of subsistence farming, these photographs take us on a journey into the past that will be enjoyed by resident and tourist alike.

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