A Brief History of Raymond, New Hampshire

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Overview
Scenic sites and a proud community make Raymond the bucolic New Hampshire town it is today. The local cast of characters has its own unique story set in the heart of the Granite State. Local author Paul Brown has mined 250 years of town history, from the early settlement to the post-World War II boom. Search for the truth behind the conflicting stories of how the original Freetown became known as Raymond. Meet legendary locals like Dudley Tucker and dig into local legends like the mystery of Scud Lyman. The stories behind the Great White Rock and even Clint Eastwood connections color the history of Raymond. Join Paul Brown as he charts the remarkable course of Raymond history.
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ISBN: 9781626196001
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
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State: New Hampshire
Series: Brief History
Images: 54
Pages: 192
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Author
Paul Brown is a semi-retired Raymond resident. He has served as Raymond selectman and state representative and is a member of the Raymond Historical Society, New Hampshire Historical Society and American Independence Museum. He is a past member of the former Society for Preservation of New England Antiquities and the Raymond Business and Economic Development Commission. He graduated from Raymond High School and has worked as an associate professor at New Hampshire Community College in Stratham.
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