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Remnants of the area referred to as “Little Canada” in the abandoned village of Livermore. Livermore was a logging town in the late 19th and early 20th centuries along the Sawyer River Railroad in the New Hampshire White Mountains. Little Canada was an area on the opposite side of the river where some of the mill workers lived.
Title: Village of Livermore, New Hampshire USA

Description: Remnants of the area referred to as “Little Canada” in the abandoned village of Livermore. Livermore was a logging town in the late 19th and early 20th centuries along the Sawyer River Railroad in the New Hampshire White Mountains. Little Canada was an area on the opposite side of the river where some of the mill workers lived.

Location: Livermore, New Hampshire, United States

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