by Carol Hayes
This title is out of print
Thousands of motorists traverse daily the steep grades of New Hampshire's Pinkham Notch, traveling ten miles in minutes. Few people know the story of Daniel Pinkham, a young mid-nineteenth century farmer in the town of Adams (now Jackson), New Hampshire, who had a vision of building the first road through the rugged White Mountain Notch. The Legislature gave Pinkham three years to build his road, a goal he nearly reached when a terrific storm washed away his effort, bringing financial ruin. Long forgotten, Pinkham is a true New Hampshire pioneer whose tale is told in this well-researched historical novel.
126 pp. 5.5 x 8.5"
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