Dear Lord, if you are out there, and in case you have forgotten, I am Hezekiah Green and I work for American Dismantling. We’re a demolition contractor providing industrial demolition and dismantling for manufacturing facilities and as well we specialize in precision demolition projects. And 1924 is a very good year so far, thank You very much. Right now I’m in Maynesboro, in the northern part of New Hampshire, estimating the dismantling of the saw mill and the demolition of the old church. The government wants to build a prison here.
That Androscoggin River there twines along fifty miles of the New Hampshire, Maine border. “Androscoggin”, You know, is an Abenaki Indian term meaning something like “deep dwelling river”. The Indians used to mine rhyolite along here for their stone weapons. The river drops about eight feet per mile, so there is lots of water…
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