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12. Destination

by in Sep 2007
12. Destination
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Visit Harrisville, New Hampshire’s town center — a classic New England mill village and a National Historic Landmark. Tidy red-brick buildings and a granite mill are reflected in a pond and the millstream that once powered a woolens manufacturer. The buildings are fully restored to their 19th-century splendor, thanks to a savvy nonprofit group that leases them to various businesses, including the internationally known Harrisville Designs (800-338-9415, 603-827-3333; harrisville.com), maker of looms and yarns. The company’s store offers a big assortment of textile products, clothing, and books.

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Updated Friday, August 10th, 2007

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