Wononscopomuc — what a name

Robert Graves — all I know about him is his name — visited here for a few days in 1891. He wrote an essay about his experiences.  I don’t know which publication it originally appeared in, but I found a reprint in, of all places, the Bismarck, N.D., Daily Tribune for June 12 that year.

Graves was headed for southwest Massachusetts (Bash-Bish Falls), but stopped over in Salisbury, where he found the scenery very restful. 

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