THE HEART OF NEW HAMPSHIRE by Cornelius Weygandt

THE HEART OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Country talk, mild, mellow, as short pieces, notations, sketches, convey the homely, the picturesque, the indigenous of New Hampshire life and folk. Here is the heart of New Hampshire, a Puritan heart, warm, kindly, thrifty, industrious, and particularly merry; here are its people, balladist and bard, farmer, basket weaver; its birds and flowers and landscapes and weather; its customs and local lore; its personalities and tall tales. Weygandt has written many books of this type for simple, rustic appreciation. Good Regional Americans.

Publisher: Putnam