February 9th at 7pm, at the Tracy Memorial Library "In Pursuit of Bad Man Carr" The Strange Life and Crimes of NL's Most Notorious Son
At a town meeting in 1867, voters authorized the Selectmen to expend up to $1,500 for the apprehension and return of Samuel M. Carr and his three children. No mention of the scandal he caused appears in any published history of New London. This slide presentation, created with the permission and assistance of four descendants, reviews the accusations and evidence in the mysterious story of “Bad Man” Carr.
Dessert Socials at the New London Historical Society Winter of 2016
Tuesday, February 9, 7PM, Dessert Social
“In Pursuit of Bad Man Carr” The Strange Life and Crimes of NL’s Most Notorious Son.
Jim Perkins, New London Archivist
To be held at the Tracy Memorial Library, 304 Main Street, New London, NH
Saturday, March 19, 2PM, Dessert Social.
“Behind the Scene tour at the Museum”
Lynn Clark, Director and Nancy Jo Chabot, Curator,
To be held at the Mt Kearsarge Indian Museum, Warner, NH
Admission :$5.50/pp, Carpooling available