Although they might be shaking hands with the king of Hawaii or waving the banners of women's suffrage in front of the White House, the citizens of Methuen never forgot their home. Even at the end of Leverett Bradley Jr.'s four years of Civil War service, he was still sending his Methuen family news (and urgent requests for butter) at the same constant rate. Dan Gagnon introduces the men and women who made this Massachusetts town so memorable. Sit beside them in an eighth-grade class taught by famous poet Robert Frost, or walk among them as they march out to risk their lives in Korea, France, or against the redcoats just down the road.
|Publisher:||History Press, The|
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.40(d)|
About the Author
Dan Gagnon is a park ranger at the Boston National Historical Park. He is a former president of the Methuen Historical Society and served as a board member and the chairman for nine years of the Methuen Historical Society. He has been a been an executive board member of the Merrimack Valley Preservation Group for five years and was president for one. Gagnon was a contributing author of Arcadia's Methuen, Massachusetts and Historical Sketches of Methuen. He has also been a columnist for Methuen Life, the local magazine, since 2001.