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Title Rev. F. W. Sanborn Journal. How Frank and I Spent Two Weeks in the White Mountains of N.H.
Author/Creator Sanborn, Rev F W
Date Aug 1873 - 17 Aug 1876
Document type Travel Journal
Description Reverend Sanborn travels by railroad to Boxford Station before reaching lodgings close to Franconia Notch. He describes how crowded the train carriage was, their accommodation and excursions on horseback to the notch. Sanborn talks about the people of Sugar Hill and how they live, the church societies and religious services and views from Franconia Notch. Includes menus and business cards from guest houses along the way. Also includes notes of a few weeks in the country in August 1873.
Theme(s) The Great Outdoors  
Regions United States of America  
Country/State New Hampshire  
Keywords railway, Franconia Notch, White Mountains, food, horse riding, animals, postal service, religion, mountain, White Mountain House, Fabyan House, Glen House, Crawford House
Reference M 1922-007
Library New Hampshire Historical Society
Language English
Copyright New Hampshire Historical Society