By Stanley Russell Howe
Canada, and its rugged settlers weathered the hardships of nature and devastating Indian raids. With the expansion of agriculture, increasingly more households all started settling the rich
intervales alongside the Androscoggin River till, in 1796, they have been integrated because the city of Bethel, Maine. during this distinct and complete historical past, Stanley Russell Howe outlines the significance of the railroad to the town�s development, its post�Civil struggle industrialization, the beginning of Gould Academy and the increase of recent tourism spawned via Sunday River Ski hotel. From the recognized Indian healer Molly Ockett to Dr. precise, first historian of Bethel, the characters from Bethel�s earlier are certain to
inspire the citizens of today.
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