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Some Three Hundred Years Ago

by Edith Gilman Brewster

Because so little is told of the children who lived on our shores when forests were cleared for home-making, I have tried to picture here what they might have done in the midst of the true and thrilling happenings you will some day read of in our history. I hope these tales will help you to love the more our Granite State.

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