Restoring a River Dam: Power For the People

[] In about 1790, the industrious Joshua Longley – a father of eight, militia private, tax assessor, town clerk, justice of the peace, and Groton Academy trustee – dammed the Nashua River and dug a channel nearby to power a gristmill.
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