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by Christine Hamm,Robert Kozlow,Christina Tree

New Hampshire: An Explorer's Guide (4th ed) download ebook
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0881504505
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978-0881504507
Author:
Christine Hamm,Robert Kozlow,Christina Tree
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Countryman Pr; 4th edition (April 1999)
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416 pages
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Christina Tree, Christine Hamm (Goodreads Author). Paperback, 448 pages. Published June 30th 2002 by Countryman Press (first published May 6th 1994).

Christina Tree, Christine Hamm (Goodreads Author). With its beautiful lakes and mountains and small but bustling coastline, New Hampshire has long been a destination for vacationing city-dwellers seeking respite and recreation.

Christina Tree launched the Explorer’s Guide series more than 30 years ag. Authors Christina Tree and Christina Hamm have done their homework.

Christina Tree launched the Explorer’s Guide series more than 30 years ago. She is a regular contributor to Yankee Magazine and has been honored by the Maine Publicity Bureau and the New England Innkeepers Association. This is a great guide to a wonderful state. The book has everyhing about New Hampshire: history, food, antique stores, farmers' markets, establishment hours, lodging, scenic drives, places off the beaten path, et al. I am hoping that my Vermont and Maine guides measure up because Ms Tree and Hamm have set a pretty high bar with this one.

Christine Kozlov (1945, New York City – 2005, London) was an American conceptual artist. She attended the School of Visual Arts in NYC until 1967

Christine Kozlov (1945, New York City – 2005, London) was an American conceptual artist. She attended the School of Visual Arts in NYC until 1967. Kozlov was a figure in the New York Conceptual art scene centering around the Lannis Gallery located at 315 E 12th St near 2nd Ave in New York's East Village. She participated in a number of exhibitions in the sixties and early 1970s, subsequently falling away from the art world

Tree, Christina; Hamm, Christine.

Tree, Christina; Hamm, Christine. Places & peoples: general interest, United States - New England - New Hampshire, Travel - United States, Travel, United States - Northeast - New England (General), New Hampshire, North America. Woodstock, Vt. : Countryman Press ; New York : Distributed by . inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. 4th ed. External-identifier. urn:acs6:newhampshire00chri:pdf:584-8e167af0b328 urn:acs6:newhampshire00chri:epub:84c-c90c605f4c42 urn:oclc:record:1036748734.

by Christina Tree, Christine Hamm, Katherine Imbrie. Lonely Planet USA. Lonely Planet. The Rough Guide to the USA (Travel Guide eBook).

Find nearly any book by Christine Hamm. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Saints & Cannibals. ISBN 9781935514404 (978-1-935514-40-4) Softcover, Plain View Press, 2010. Find signed collectible books: 'Saints & Cannibals'.

by: Christina Tree; Christine Hamm; Katherine Imbrie. Publisher: Countryman Press. Print ISBN: 9780881508413, 0881508411. eText ISBN: 9781581578614, 158157861X. 1. 9 GBP SKU: 9781581578614. eTextbook Return Policy.

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For more than a century, the lakes and mountains of New Hampshire have drawn vacationing city-dwellers seeking respite and recreation in the natural world. In addition, the state now offers a wealth of shopping, dining, and entertainment venues, all made accessible by a burgeoning hospitality industry. This completely updated and revised edition of the oldest travel guide to New Hampshire takes you to it all, including: Hundreds of miles of the finest hiking in New England; Fishing and boating at the gracious lakeside inns and vacation cottages of the Lakes Region; The historic homes and museums of New Hampshire's seacoast; Plus information on ski resorts, summer theater, music festivals, farmers' markets, covered bridges, art galleries, and craft shows. Special symbols highlight bargains, child-friendly establishments, and handicapped access. Detailed maps, a quick-reference "What's Where" section, and a lodging index make it easy to find your way around the state. Includes over 800 lodging and dining reviews. An independent guide; no paid listings.
Reviews:
  • blac wolf
The best by a mile.

Anyone familiar with Explorer's Guides to Maine or Vermont knows what kind of quality to expect here, but there's a catch. This particular guide IS getting a bit out of date.

Here's the thing. New Hampshire is all about heritage tourism and outdoor exploration. Those things change very little over time, so the guide still has validity despite its age. Don't expect pricing and timing information to be up to date, but recommendations are still spot on. Historical and cultural contexts are still informative and entertaining.

Despite a bit of age and a lack of flashy color photography, this is your best guide to the Granite State.
  • Pettalo
In some respects, New Hampshire has it all ways. Close enough to the I-95 corridor to be in range of Boston and readily accessible to travelers, but with a surprisingly vast hinterland of forests, lakes, mountains, and small towns, all likely to be interesting to the visitor willing to explore. This Explorer's Guide to New Hampshire is just the thing to find your way around the state. The contents are a very readable mixture of traditional travel narrative and the organized information bites that modern travelers have come to expect. The four seasons of the state accommodate a variety of outdoor recreation and New Hampshire's colonial past and vibrant present. Authors Christina Tree and Christina Hamm have done their homework. This is a great guide to a wonderful state.

The contents are organized by region: the Seacoast, the Merrimack Valley, the Monadnock Region, the Connecticut River Valley, the Lakes region, the White Mountains, and the Great North Woods. Each chapter has an introduction and listings to what to see and where to stay and to eat. The text is sprinkled with black and white photographs and maps. This is a hefty guide at over 500 pages, worth studying in close detail prior to a visit, and a handy reference while on the road. Recommended.
  • Era
Clear, easy to read, and well organized, like all of Christina Tree's Explorer's Guides. It would be great if an update could be made to the restaurants and inns, but the book is valuable as is. So much simpler taking this tome along on the trip than spending hours drifting on the web.
  • Whitegrove
Best travel guide I have ever read. I liked it so much that I just ordered the Explorer's Guides to Maine and Vermont. The book has everyhing about New Hampshire: history, food, antique stores, farmers' markets, establishment hours, lodging, scenic drives, places off the beaten path, et al. I am hoping that my Vermont and Maine guides measure up because Ms Tree and Hamm have set a pretty high bar with this one. I will be visiting New Hampshire this fall for the foliage viewing and I am well versed in what New Hampshire has to offer. Well done!
  • Faell
I chose this book as I am considering making a move, not just taking a vacation. It gives me a sense of the variety of landscapes in New Hampshire. Until I find a book that is called, "Where to move to in New Hampshire", this is a good reference. It'a a start.
  • Mori
Great gift for friend who just moved to New Hampshire.
  • นℕĨĈტℝ₦
Good guide. Got us to the main sights as never visited NH before. Highly recommend.
Good, useful guide. Plenty to do here, and this points the way. Flip through it and refer to it throughout the year . . . Sometimes we learn things about our region and this is a good tool.