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One of the most interesting things in New Hampshire is Corbin Park, the 25,000-acre private hunting preserve in Sullivan County that is a ticking “feral swine bomb, to use the great phrase from an Atlantic story I mentioned a while back. NHPR’s Outside/In did a great story about Corbin Park in 2016: Read/listen here. The New England Historical Society wrote about Austin Corbin, who founded the park,, calling him a ‘part-hog, part-shark’ robber baron: Read it here.

A natural history writer called August Longpre has written another extensive history of Corbin and the park, with some excellent old photos – it’s here.

Corbin Park map (Valley News)

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