The Barefoot Farmer of Pawtuckaway: The Story of George Goodrich

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PublishingWorks, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 45 pages
Pawtuckaway State Park, located in Nottingham, NH, is a lively summer spot, known for its gigantic boulders left by glaciers, it's wildlife, and hiking rails. It is used by thousands every year for camping, swimming and fishing. But there is more to the park's history than visitors may see.

The Barefoot Farmer is George's story. A musician, mathematician, and an early photographer, he was a fascinating personality. The book contains reproductions of his postcards, information from his diary, and pictures of barefoot George himself.


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About the author (2007)

Paula Casey Wood has been a New Hampshire elementary teacher for twenty years. Her fascination with local history and her delightful storytelling are brought to life in this, her first, book for children.

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