Lakeport's Ancient Homes: Recollections by Major John Aldrich (Aged 93 Years) of Franconia Eighty Years Ago and of the Homes of Lakeport in 1844; With Notes of Their Occupants Then and Later (Classic Reprint) by John Aldrich

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John Aldrich
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Excerpt from Lakeport's Ancient Homes: Recollections by Major John Aldrich (Aged 93 Years) Of Franconia Eighty Years Ago and of the Homes of Lakeport in 1844; With Notes of Their Occupants Then and Later

Majiir John Aldrich, who wrote the following work, made a list of the houses here on his arrival seventy three years ago, and in 1916 amplified some earlier notes which he had written and loaned to the late Horace G. Whittier and which Hon. Martin A. Haynes had printed in 1915 as part of Chapter VII. In Historical Sketches of Lakeport, without knowing that Major Aldrich was the real author of the list of buildings.

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