This is the story of early White Mountains pioneer Dolly Copp who lived from 1807 to 1891. In 1921 her farm became the USFS Dolly Copp Campground, today the jewel of New England camping. The story of Dolly reflects much of northern New Hampshire history, including the life of Daniel Pinkham and others in the surrounding Peabody Valley.
A black and white paper copy is available at cost plus postage by contacting Jonathan Chew at email@example.com. Thanks to the many persons who contributed information and photos!”