Title

Article on the 50-or-so miles of the Ossipee Trail that stretches from New Hamps

Source

Down East

Date

10-1-2002

Pages

78-81, 94-95

Abstract

Article on the 50-or-so miles of the Ossipee Trail that stretches from New Hampshire's White Mountains to the Atlantic seacoast at Portland. The trail was originally established as a passage used by the Ossipee Indians to obtain fresh seafood. With a guided tour along the trail through the towns of Porter, Kezar Falls, Cornish, E. Limington, Standish and Gorham.

Subjects

Ossisipee Trail, Trails

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