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history.Louisa May all caught lived here back in.the 1850s she and her family in a house.that still exists and nowadays the.American filmmaker Ken Burns lives here.and as his studios and offices here.behind me is where louisa may alcott in.her sisters used to put on plays in the.attic and it is in that house that James.Michener wrote his Great American Novel.Hawaii much of it is based in this town.Jerusha his principal character came.from this town.novel and he says it was a village.church glistening white in its.pre-revolutionary splendor of the.massive houses the giant Elms the.marvelous green common.this is Walpole Walpole is the subject.of today's town history.America's small towns at Grand cities.but rather places tucked away in memory.this program is about these places and.the people who live and have lived here.walpole is named for this man Sir Robert.Walpole England's first Prime Minister.many towns in New England were named for.English peers because their charters.were granted by the crown Sir Bobby of.course never visited here.the town is located on the Connecticut.River 38 miles from the Massachusetts.border.and as you probably know rivers for the.highways of the nation in those days and.this was about as far into the.wilderness as you could get them.stopping places on the river in the.early days each had a fort Walpole was.the site of for number three.the Native Americans of the time came.regularly to this spot because of the.natural waterfall it was an excellent.place to catch salmon and other fish.town itself was chartered in 1752 it's a.couple dozen years before the.Revolutionary War by the way a guy named.Ben bellows got the original Charter he.couldn't name the place bellows because.the king called at Walpole the town.across the river was however named after.him this is Bellows Falls Vermont so as.you can see this is an historic place.many of the buildings in this town are.over 200 years old.this is the old Walpole Academy school.building it is now the town Historical.Society and the day we visited here they.were delivering a new acquisition a.painting Deborah Hill presented this.painting to the society she and her.husband Howard purchased it from a local.estate sale looking at this painting I.realized that the life of this child was.so very different and the days when that.child was growing upset now the subject.is a child who grew up in Walpole in the.nineteenth century but as of the time we.did this program no one seemed to know.the name of the child nor for that.matter of the painter our two guides.this day at the Historical Society were.Ginny Putnam and Merv Stevens Ginny is.the society librarian and Merv is the.president of the organization Merv gave.us a quick tour of the second floor.while most of this stuff is from.collections that people give us that.people find in their barns they wiII.bioW many options or if people come from.out of town they give us collections.this is way west of Lincoln that was.found in a local barn he's wonderful.right that's full-size too right oh look.here.yeah these sunglasses shades of the past.those are the hippest sunglasses I have.ever seen all right these are all in.style now right the same glasses avec.the stuff you've got on that's that's.really right those old men's glasses I.used to have those guys back in style.I don't have him anymore and this was.dug up out of an old agricultural field.they were plowing down along the.Connecticut River he never says a word.he always just sits there and grins at.everybody as we walk by the skull you.may notice has a bullet hole in its top.and we are about to tell you the story.back in 1755 guy named John Kilburn.along with his wife and son were working.their farm just north of the town when.they looked up to see hundreds of.Indians surrounding them the Warriors.were led by a tall Native American.called Philip and John Kilburn knew.Philip you see Philip had been to the.Kilburn farm earlier that year and John.Kilburn had treated him very well but.Philip was a spy and he had returned to.kill all the settlers in the valley and.then they burned the cornfield and fired.on the cabin but John Kilburn fired back.and as luck would have it killed Philip.Philip was buried right there on the.spot in the field and the tribe retired.and never attacked Walpole again John.Kilburn by the way is buried in the.Walpole Cemetery.a monument marks the spot and here's his.grave now about the skull in 1888 this.skull was ploughed up in a field just.south of the Kilburn farm many thought.it was Philip if it is he had been in.the wet ground out there for 133 years.so I leave it to you.we're not beholding to Boston we're not.a commuting suburb to anywhere we are.still an isolated simple town in which.the into the we were reflecting in the.world.this is architect David Howard he lives.here in Walpole David lectures.professionally on the effect.architecture has on the social.environment and one of his prime.examples is the New England village.you'll discover to your amazement that.this entire village going to its edges.is only 165 acres and within that.hundred and sixty-five acres we have.housing for a thousand people we have.four churches a very important part of.New England the necessity the.understanding that the salt that there.should be competition for the souls of.men this is the great evolution of New.England's new English thought and no.single thing should dominate your life.religion shouldn't dominate business.shouldn't dominate culture shouldn't.dominate there are all these various.things that are part of life what we're.seeing within this hundred and sixty.acres is a true example of a whole world.a world in which young people live in an.old people bad people good people rich.people not so rich people okay and and.it's still the extraordinary thing about.Walpole and it's worth coming and doing.this in flying over and looking at it.within this hundred and sixty acres it's.still pretty much the way it was that.that's the great feature of New England.they did this without legislation they.did it without being forcing other.people to do it because that was the.most important part a group is a group.because it agrees to be a group not.because it's forced to be a group.do you mean to say that the fact that.every one of these houses here on the.square is painted white with dark.shutters where they have shutters is not.from an ordinance this was ostracism and.the interesting thing is is is probably.you really become suspicious if the.entire town was all painted white.because it's always used in my lectures.every town has someone who's pink in a.sense are yellow and they might be pink.in yellow for a generation or two and.that's a reflection of a group one of.the great things again about New England.is they were conscious of building units.that had great deal of flexibility there.could be an individual old maid living.there renting out rooms that could be.turned into a gracious wealthy person's.home it could revolve into a.bed-and-breakfast it could be a doctor's.office one of my favorite buildings of.course to visit is to go see Ken Burns.studio and here's a building there's no.distinguishing features that tells you.they're making major movies there and.they've taken a house and made it into a.a moviemaking facility the element of.American society happening right here I.mean this is a perfect example of if you.sat here and read the preamble to the.Constitution or the you know the Bill of.Rights and looked at this while you're.doing it you would find the core of.American ideas right in front of you.marching there's the town hall there's a.Congregational Church your city.they're just a few yards down from the.Walpole common walking distance is this.beautiful home which once belonged to.Stephen ro Bradley who was a.Revolutionary War general and it was.Senator Bradley who introduced a bill.making the American flag have 15 stars.and 15 stripes did you know the American.flag once had 15 stripes well it did and.that was because Kentucky and Vermont.had been admitted to the Union and it.was this flag with 15 stripes that flew.over Fort McHenry during the War of 1812.and inspired Francis Scott Key to write.the star-spangled banner.we really have a conceit those who live.in the city that nothing really goes on.in the provinces we're aware of the.famous New Yorker cover that places.nothing between New York and San.Francisco and then China but in fact all.around this country is where we grow the.talent of our country and where it finds.as vibrant expression as in the great.cities we need both walpole because of.its beauty because of its situation.because of the way it was laid out.because of its history I think it begins.to attract people who are curious and.that curiosity expresses itself in great.chocolates.great orchards and great writing and we.hope great filmmaking.here in Walpole can created his Civil.War documentary as well as most of his.other films films that have become a.part of the nation's consciousness and.what is the reaction of this small town.to this man with a worldwide reputation.I've always said that all of my.so-called celebrity and fame plus fifty.cents gets me a cup of coffee and Walt.on the Hampshire.Historical Society librarian Gini Putnam.this telephone booth was used here in.town down on in Westminister Street in.what we called the telephone building.amazing but this switchboard was in use.here in Walpole well into the 1950s.here's an old telephone directory and I.see my husband he may be.this was a stand up death that was in.the Buffum store here in town in 1816.and what did Buffum sell groceries food.and general you know general products.and so forth back in 1816 they sold.everything and all the a lot of the.ledgers still here and in these cubby.holes I call him we're use then this was.also a repository for everything else.now this big volume here I can't take it.out but this was from an old Davis.drugstore it has all of them resyncs.prescription forms and everything.well it's unbelievable and it must be.almost a foot thick these are copies out.of some of the ledgers oh I see so that.you saw that you can see what yes.exactly what prices have we they're very.nice prices here's two pounds of nails.twenty-two cents the charge of making.two gates 350 see they did everything.this building was built for an Academy.for young ladies and young gentlemen and.they went to school here.it was like a high school almost like a.finishing school and man in 1853 it was.given to the town.was a ton bigger back then no it wasn't.it wasn't the one-room schoolhouses were.very small.there were not only Walpole students.that went here but students from.surrounding towns came here to go and.they also had some of these large large.homes on Prospect Hill and up and down.Main Street we used is boarding.supporting homes for the school so they.did have out-of-towners come here.I don't remember from reading the.different brochures how many students.they had here at any one time you.weren't a student here oh definitely not.that was before my time no wait a minute.you said your husband was a student my.husband was a student here he graduates.it wasn't before his time watching urban.age there was so much stuff here in the.Historical Society and nowhere near.enough time to see it all but let's.crowd in a few short takes with Ginny.and Merv this is able bells well label.was this grandson of the founder of.Walpole and he lived from 1776 to 1837.table chairs made by Holland Bert no.that was probably made in the middle.1800s homeless very it's very pretty.very odd I mean yeah that's that's a.unique design I have never seen a back.that did that this was on top of the.flagpole on the town common this is an.old water main that was dug up when they.redid a street recently it's a square.piece of wood what was hollowed out and.they didn't rot away well it did oh this.is this is a this is a buggy carriage.for twins.it's of Molly bellows and if you go.upstairs into the case that has all of.the cloth we did they will see and so.that's the nice connection to it.let's she aged oh that's that's a.beautiful face this is Molly Belles.ballgown then our uncle brought her back.from France and that's in the portrait.this is Duchy Perrin Duchy is the.Historical Society's expert on their.collection of clothing and accessories.notice how tiny the racer.it's kind of nice.someone is at hand on definitely hand.tucked all hand-stitched cotton yeah and.you know that's just that's as fresh now.as it was it was made.there's probably hardly a thing wrong.with this little stain don't know what's.that.that's ivory in hand-carved is that.beautiful.that's not applicator that's carved five.tassels it is it's a cap that's what.it's meant for and it should show what.it might have been as a hair cover.that's our ego for oh yeah I think I'll.pass.the town of Walpole is located here.generally for two reasons one is because.of the water power from the Bellows.Falls and the other is because of the.rich farmland here in the Connecticut.River Valley and as a matter of fact.there are still a great many working.farms here in Walpole coming out this is.farmer Robert Graves what time's your.day starting off that's at six o'clock.in the morning it was over at 7:30 at.night we might dig up now our 201 Nevada.rest stop how long's this swamp it in.your family I'm essentially 1761 about.the time the town was founded 1750 to.sound advice on this plot of land here.alright on this land right here.always farmers always finally John.graves that came here in 1761.shipbuilder and say look Connecticut we.bought this land from Colonel bellows.bellows had a grant from the king of.England the Nala Walpole at one time.well I see in the town history a lot of.Indian raids and stuff your family ever.have any nothing I've ever heard of I.told a story the other night took about.the Indians but it wasn't true Walpole.has got more an culture than any other.town or city in the state of New.Hampshire we got seven dairy fans these.up and headquarters for the biggest.poultry business in the country and.we're yet to farm machinery dealers it's.it's real difficult staying in business.the dairy farms they've been going out.of business left and right well there's.to be prettier to be 35 times in town.back in the nineteen sixties now the.selling but how much students cause.average for uh for milking like this we.like to keep marriage and around fifty.five pounds but no milk is measured in.pounds yeah kind of pound of milk is.about how much two pounds to the court.that's a cow right there that gave.twenty twelve pounds twenty four point.six how long you been doing with the.milking machines I think they put some.mountain chains in 1942 and before that.no my hand can you do that yep tell me.y'all that used to be used to get the.belt to talk way back now early 30s and.20s and whatever there's a milk train.always went to Boston everyday and.they'd take turns the farmers would.picking up the next farmers milk and so.on so forth with the horses and date it.down to the milk train put it on a.little stand and chain to stop then just.roll it right into the kind feet nine of.us I can't remember that I'm not that.old.this family has farmed this land for 240.years granddaughter Kate and grandson.Sam make it 10 generations of graves.that have lived here our family.louisa may alcott but the time of the.Civil War the all cuts came here to.Walpole as we noted earlier the girls.put on amateur theatricals in the Attic.of this building not as fancy as the.movies might have it just an attic.nowadays the floor has been broken up.into rooms but for a number of summers.in some winters as well the all cots.lived in this house now an apartment.building Louise's mother's brother owned.the property Bronson Alcott was Louisa.Mae's father and according to the.Walpole town history a very lazy man.people around here didn't think much of.him as for his daughters this from the.town history his four daughters were.rather attractive girls somewhat large.and bone and flabbily plump I know my.brother dr. Alfred Hosmer rather bright.man always used to speak of them as.watering vegetables the reader is Bill.parently local history teacher Lizzie.the 3rd daughter died here with.consumption I think after a long illness.I can remember little about her but she.had the reputation of being a very sweet.girl yes Walpole New Hampshire not.Concord Massachusetts is the town where.Lizzie died Lizzie was of course the.model for the character bath in Little.Women miss Louisa Alcott was a great.novelist in her way having almost.unequalled power and describing the.character and characteristics of the.people she met in her ordinary life.while our show has come to it stand.these few minutes we've had just about.enough time to scratch the surface and.show you some things about the history.and people of this remarkable place but.the Indian rate louisa may alcott about.Ken Burns and James Michener and the.reasons in England villages were created.in the first place.and we hope we have piqued your interest.about Walpole New Hampshire if we've.done that well and we've done what we.started out to do an invitation please.log on to our website you'll find more.information about this town history.special and you'll have a chance to give.us your opinion make suggestions for any.future programs America's future is in.its dreams America's past is in the town.history.you.

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