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Robert Frost Farm

Robert Frost Farm
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The verdant forests and rolling hills surrounding this old farmhouse were the inspiration for Robert Frost’s early career. The poems that would make up “A Boy’s Will” were written here between 1900 and 1911, and the landscape and people of northern New England traveled with Frost as he created the verse that would become “North of Boston” during his European sojourn. Owing to legislative neglect, state parks such as the Frost Farm have fallen on hard times. The state has recently invested a large sum in repairing and developing its historic properties, but only increased tourism will prove that these funds are well spent. To ensure the future of the Frost Farm, please just visit. To learn more, contact: 603-432-3091; robertfrostfarm.org

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