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Inside New England

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Judson D. Hale, Sr.

272 pp., 6 x 9, Gatefold paperback


October 2010

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Originally published by Harper and Row in 1982, Inside New England offers a timeless warm and delightful tribute to what it means to be a Yankee: clambake and tea party etiquette; Lizzie Borden’s breakfast; how to avoid driving the town fire truck;  the six responsibilities of being a Vermonter, who actually landed on Plymouth Rock. This handsome gate-fold edition features wood engravings by the New Hampshire artist Randy Miller, and has been refreshed by the author with a new introduction, as well as updated references.

Few people know New England as well as Jud Hale. As editor of the quintessential New England magazine, Yankee, he has been absorbing and writing about its people and places for more than fifty years. A native New Englander, he includes himself in his droll and often teasing observations. A consummate story-teller, Mr. Hale gives New Englanders something to smile about, while “folks from away” might just get a better idea of what makes New England unique.


Wood engravings by New Hampshire artist Randy Miller present each chapter

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