Ski jumper, Paine's Pasture Berlin, NH, ca. 1920. Photo courtesy Northern Forest Heritage Park
Northern Forest Heritage Park
Located on the Androscoggin River in the Great
North Woods, the park's mission is the preservation,
interpretation, and celebration of the history of the working
forest and the multicultural heritage of the northern White
Mountains. It includes the Old Brown Company House Museum, a
riverside amphitheater, and a blacksmith shop that is the first
completed building in a turn-of-the-century logging camp under
development. Among the many events being planned is the
International Festival Du Bois.
Originally submitted by: Judd Gregg, Senator.
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