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Pembroke (NH) (Images of America)

by Lianne E. H. Keary

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Bordered by three rivers, Pembroke is located just south of Concord in one of the fastest growing areas of the state. Like many towns in New England, Pembroke started out as an agricultural settlement and developed into a thriving mill town. Cotton cloth, paper, glass, and bricks were produced in the village’s mills, mostly by French Canadian immigrant labor. Among other things, Pembroke is known as the residence of the reputed inventor of the revolver and the site of a grisly murder in 1875. Through vintage photographs, Pembroke chronicles the evolution of this New England town.

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