The 'New' Old Man of the Mountain, The Language of New Hampshire Geography, & Civics 101

Sep 1, 2017

For generations, the Old Man of the Mountain gazed out from Franconia Notch, but fourteen years after its collapse, a listener asks if maybe it's time to move on? On this week's show, we investigate all the ways the granite profile that was, is still deeply rooted in the state's identity. 

Plus we'll report on what you had to say when it comes to a possible replacement, should the fateful day ever come when the state decides to change its official emblem.

Listen to the full show


Editor's Note: This story as been corrected - the original version placed Mt. Katahdin in New Hampshire.  Mt. Katahdin is actually in Maine.