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Hudson : Historically Speaking (Paperback)

Author: Chubb, Diane

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Hudson has a history of remarkable characters and events, from the young Piscataqua woman who ignited King Philip's War to a successful kitten rescue during the Great Ice Flood of 1936. Meet the distinguished patrons who shaped Hudson's legacy, such as settler Nathaniel Cross, who famously escaped Indian capture, and Dr. Alfred Hills and his wife Virginia, namesakes of the many Alvirne buildings. Relive the heyday of Benson's Animal Farm, subject of community-wide nostalgia since its closing in 1987. Authors Diane Chubb and Lynne Ober also unearth some of Hudson's darker moments, like the 1925 murder that some consider one of New Hampshire's most gruesome or the 1974 fire that engulfed Alvirne High School in a ball of flame. For residents and visitors alike, Hudson: Historically Speaking reveals this suburb's rich history of commerce, controversy, and culture.

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Publisher History Pr
Mfg Part# 9781596298064
SKU 213262140
Format Paperback
ISBN10 1596298065
Release Date 11/23/2009
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