At The River Edge: An Oral History of Berlin, New Hampshire

At The River Edge: An Oral History of Berlin, New Hampshire
A Blind Squirrel Production
90 Minutes
$14 plus S&H
In the early twentieth century the city of Berlin, New Hampshire became the largest producer of paper in the world. They remained an industrial force until the 1970’s when, like many other industrial cities across America, a recession and the globalization of the industry brought the city to its knees. This is the story of that city and its struggle to maintain its historical and cultural heritage into the twenty-first century

 

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