Shown in April 2015, Brian Griffin stands by a row of smoothleaf elms on South State Street in Bellingham. The city of Fairhaven planted the trees in April 1896 in honor of Arbor Day, a story recounted in Griffin’s new book, “Fairhaven, a History.”
Shown in April 2015, Brian Griffin stands by a row of smoothleaf elms on South State Street in Bellingham. The city of Fairhaven planted the trees in April 1896 in honor of Arbor Day, a story recounted in Griffin’s new book, “Fairhaven, a History.” Philip A. Dwyer pdwyer@bhamherald.com
Shown in April 2015, Brian Griffin stands by a row of smoothleaf elms on South State Street in Bellingham. The city of Fairhaven planted the trees in April 1896 in honor of Arbor Day, a story recounted in Griffin’s new book, “Fairhaven, a History.” Philip A. Dwyer pdwyer@bhamherald.com

Fairhaven finally gets its own history book

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