Past Event: New Hampshire’s Working Forest: From market Revolution to Industrialism | Linda Upham-Bornstein

December 11th, 2009 by CfRP
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New Hampshire’s Working Forest: From market Revolution to Industrialism (Clock on image for larger view)

Linda’s presentation examines the working forest as a provider of necessities, and its role as an economic resource in the development of New Hampshire’s industrial economy.  The primary focus is on industrial development from the 1850s to 1929, with specific emphasis on its intersection with tourism, conservation, and other economic issues.

Thursday January 21st | 6:00 pm | Parish hall at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church | Lancaster, NH | New Hampshire’s Working Forest: From market Revolution to Industrialism

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