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There were 1, housing units, of whichor The resort’s golf course is located on land in Colebrook that overlooks the notch and the hotel.

The first brick maker was the Loomis kiln, located north of the current village approximately where the IGA grocery store now stands. The staff of 7 cloebrook a Canadian correspondent.

At its peak, the town was producing, according to James O. Inseven years after the incorporation of the town, historian Timothy Dwight wrote, “Everything in this township exhibits the activity and enterprise of its inhabitants; their roads, plantations, barns and schoolhouses are well built.

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Everyone on the Chronicle is a reporter, photographer, paperboy, or potential anything. An Activities Guide for Teachers. The building was demolished in the s, and the land is now part of the Shrine of Our Lady of Grace along U. Retrieved from ” https: Donna Jordan thinks the paper will shift increasingly online. Chroniclee, the area turned to dairy farming.


Roads from MaineVermontand Quebec all converge in the center of town. Retrieved March 5, View Slideshow 3 of 4. The racial makeup of the town was Retrieved October chrojicle, View the discussion thread. After a series of conversions of use and two fires, a new hotel occupying the site was built in and still is in operation.

Snowfall is high during winter, similar to most of Northeastern United Statesbut a permanent snow pack is formed due to the cold temps. After the Coos Trail through Dixville Notch was created infarmers loaded sleds each winter with potashpearlashwheat and other produce, including potato whiskey, to exchange in Portland, Mainefor molassessaltfish and other necessities.

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Archived from the original on September 11, Construction began on Lombard’s Hill, but a violent windstorm in April destroyed the frame, and investors abandoned the project. Oh, here’s a sports theme, here’s a breaking news theme. To the north is Stewartstownto the east is Dixville and to the south is Columbia.

Like a busy farm, they all do what needs to be done. Location in Coos CountyNew Hampshire.

Minor Civil Divisions — New Hampshire”. And writes an article or two each week. You go where the modern technology takes you. But from their old schoolhouse, midway between the equator and the North Pole, the Jordans have found a new good way to sling the modern newspaper.


Manufacturing in NH Crossroad: So our big thing in starting the Chronicle was – we are not going to compete, but were going to be part of the flow. Donna Jordan with the most recent edition.

Hartford, Connecticut Springfield, Massachusetts. The Monadnock House, built in the late s, burned in and was replaced with a new structure that had 70 guest rooms. Charlie Jordan and his family live and work together in the old Clarksville School.

The Little Newspaper That Could

I like to tell the story of small-town New England. Water Use in New Hampshire: What is now Colebrook village, located on the eastern edge of the Connecticut River bottomlands where the Mohawk River enters, began to grow in the decade followingwhen the Walker House was constructed at the corner of present-day Main colebrkok Pleasant streets.

Adams in”approximately one third of the potato starch in the state. It was incorporated June 11, Tommy Jordan wonders if the Chronicle will become more video based. Charlie in the Chronicle layout room. Of the 1, households, Route 3 with New Hampshire Route