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Loon Laker spreads petition to fix Route 26

July 29, 2009
By NATHAN BROWN, Enterprise Staff Writer

LOON LAKE - In the 1800s, the road between Merrills Corners and Duane was part of the Port Kent-Hopkinton turnpike. Stagecoaches used the road to transport people to Loon Lake, then by boat to the Loon Lake Hotel, which employed more than 600 people. U.S. presidents Grover Cleveland, William McKinley and Benjamin Harrison summered there, in a cottage known today as "The President."

 
 

 

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