Blog :: 03-2015

New Hampshire's Cornish Colony along the Connecticut River

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Back in the late 1700's, Cornish, New Hampshire was known simply as  "Mast Camp" as it was a shipping point along the Connecticut River for the strong, tall and straight white pine trees used as Navy ship masts. However, Cornish -- named after a Royal Navy captain -- really came into popularity as the 19th century "discovery" of sculptor [...]

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