New Hampshire Calendar, Wall, Mahoney Publishing
The first inhabitants of New Hampshire, the Indians, settled the fertile valleys, grew their crops in the intervals and hunted abundant game in the forests. New Hampshire's Indian heritage has been remembered in the names of its mountains: Paugus, Kancamagus and Wonalancet; its rivers: Ammonoosuc, Androscoggin and Pemigewasset; and its lakes: Chocorua, Winnipesaukee and Ossipee. Today, the state attracts vacationers, artists, photographers and sportsmen in each of the four seasons. This 2006 Wall calendar was published by Mahoney Publishing.
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