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At the river's edge : an oral history of Berlin, New Hampshire

Author: Michael J. Spinelli Jr. Center for University Archives and Special Collections.; Scott Strainge; Joshua Silveira; Blind Squirrel Productions.
Publisher: [Cincinnati, Ohio] : Blind Squirrel Productions, ©2009.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English
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"In the early twentieth century the city of Berlin, New Hampshire became the largest producer of paper in the world. They remained an industrial force until the 1970's when, like many other industrial cities across America, a recession and the globalization of the industry brought the city to its knees. This is the story of that city and its struggle to maintain its historical and cultural heritage into the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Michael J. Spinelli Jr. Center for University Archives and Special Collections.; Scott Strainge; Joshua Silveira; Blind Squirrel Productions.
OCLC Number: 636675902
Notes: Narrated by David Morse.
Still photographs courtesy of the Brown Company Collection, Michael J Spinelli Jr. Center for University Archives and Special Collections, Herbert H. Lamson Library and Learning Commons, Plymouth State University.
"Winner of the 2010 American Association for State and Local History National Award of Merit"--Container.

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"Winner of the 2010 American Association for State and Local History National Award of Merit" - from container.
"In the early twentieth century the city of Berlin, New Hampshire became the largest producer of paper in the world. They remained an industrial force until the 1970's when, like many other industrial cities across America, a recession and the globalization of the industry brought the city to its knees. This is the story of that city and its struggle to maintain its historical and cultural heritage into the twenty-first century." - from container
Description: 1 videodisc (approximately 90 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Other Titles: An oral history of Berlin, New Hampshire
Oral history of Berlin, New Hampshire
Responsibility: director Scott Strainge ; editor in chief Joshua Silveira.
Local System Bib Number:
.b13679132

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"In the early twentieth century the city of Berlin, New Hampshire became the largest producer of paper in the world. They remained an industrial force until the 1970's when, like many other industrial cities across America, a recession and the globalization of the industry brought the city to its knees. This is the story of that city and its struggle to maintain its historical and cultural heritage into the twenty-first century."--Container.
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