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New Hampshire's North Country | Power of Place Photographs

Since Yankee’s start in 1935, our pages have explored how are roots and where we come from, define who we are. Now, for the first time we’ve assembled some of our favorite sense of place stories into a single collection for an exclusive, iPad-only iPad issue. It’s a varied mix, 23 stories in all. Some will move you to tears, others may inspire you to act, certainly all of them will make you think more deeply about your home and the cherished places that help define who you are. Best of all, it’s free to subscribers!

Enjoy a sneak peak at this special issue in this slide show of photographs of New Hampshire’s North Country from photographer, Jarrod McCabe.


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Learn more about Yankee’s Power of Place Classic Collection or go directly to our download instructions.

 

Ian Aldrich

Author:

Ian Aldrich

Biography:

Senior editor of Yankee Magazine: Ian, a native New Englander who has worked and freelanced for Yankee for the past decade, writes feature stories, home pieces, and helps manage the magazine's up-front section, First Light. His stories have ranged from exploring the community impact from a church poisoning in a small town in northern Maine to dissecting the difficulties facing Nantucket around its problems with erosion. In addition to his connection to Yankee, Ian worked as a senior editor of Cincinnati Magazine for several years.
Updated Monday, July 29th, 2013

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