The world’s longest, undefended border is clearly defined by a 20-foot swath and along that swath are more than 8,000 monuments. Two of them have a story.
New Hampshire may be a small state, but there are places here where people get lost. Sometimes, they are never found.
These were the days of real New Hampshire winters, when blizzards roared in and snow was measured in feet, not inches.
In the days before radios, cell phones and satellite technology, the Bull Moose came about as a necessity.
Since Colebrook is as far north as one can get before touching Canada, most of these soldiers had fought for the Union. One did not.
In the year she was 9-years-old, she filled her apron time and again that spring with dirt and carried it to the top of what is known as Great Rock.
For the most part, Marty Hewson came to know most of the people who come through and for those he didn’t, he always had the time to make sure they were not smuggling guns, alcohol or people into America.
When the man set out into the snowy land, it was the last time anyone would see him alive.