Hudson New Hanpshire
The New Hampshire town of Hudson has gone through amazing growth and change since 1673 when it was part of Dunstable, Massachusetts. Over the course of 157 years, the town became Nottingham, Massachusetts, in 1741; Nottingham West, New Hampshire, in 1746; and finally, Hudson in 1830. Along with the change of names, this border community developed new town centers. Today, Hudson has two centers—the newer one being located closer to the Merrimack River along the route into Nashua. Hudson, New Hampshire presents the town’s prominent people, such as Dr. Alfred K. Hills; its well-known attractions, such as Benson’s Wild Animal Farm; and its fine institutions, such as Alvirne High School.
Arcadia Publishing
: 9780738502779
: Arcadia Publishing
: 12/07/1999
: New Hampshire
: Images of America
: 200
: 128
: 6.5 (w) x 9.25 (h)
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Author Laurie A. Jasper brings together a brilliant selection of photographs—many of which have never before been published—from the Hudson Historical Society and private collections. Providing insight into the forces that brought development, she guides us through the remarkable history of this town.
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