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Description: A tour of highways in New England,USA in the 1940s
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Clip #: TFA-83C
Length: 10:14
Color: B/W
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1940s
Region: North America
Country: United States
Original: 16mm
Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, oxen pulling cart down dirt road, covered stagecoach, horseless carriage, automobile, Daniel Webster highway, New England, Amoskeag Cotton Mills, Manchester, New Hampshire, Currier Gallery of Art, Currier Museum, Hooksett cutoff highway, Concord, Concord coach, Franklin Pierce birthplace Hillsboro, Daniel Webster statue, birthplace, Franklin, Lake Winnipesaukee, Sandwich country fair, all girl marching band, ox team contest, calf, Chocorua Lake and mountain, stone bridge, covered bridge, bridge plans, divided highway, toll both, Maine New Hampshire Interstate bridge, cars on highway, Rye Beach, N.H. Route 1 sign, General Sullivamn Bridge, Londonderry turnpike, Keene, Connecticut Lakes and River, Vermont, Montpelier state capitol, Ethan Allen statues, Admiral Dewey birthplace, Lake Champlain, Plymouth, Calvin Coolidge birthplace, maple tree, maple syrup, maple sugar candy, dairy farm, Mt Mansfield, Mt Anthony, Bennington, Barre, granite, quarry, Robert Burns statue, Cornish, Saint-Gaudens statues, Dartmouth College, Hanover, White Mountains, Crawford Notch, Sugar Hill, Franconia Village, fire towers, Franconia Notch, Old Man in The Mountain, Dixville Notch, Mt Washington, US Weather Bureau,

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