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The rich farmland made Shoreham an agricultural community. The swift-flowing streams powered a variety of mills as well as a foundry. Sheep farms were popular in the 1800s, but changed to dairy farms and apple orchards in the 1900s. Although the population was down to 500 in the 1950s it's now gaining popularity as a friendly community and a safe place to call home. Illustrated.
127 pp 2013 P $21.99