Dudley Leavitt


January 09. 2014 4:07PM






Dudley Leavitt (1772-1851)
Route 25
Center Harbor, NH

Marker Number: 7
Name and date established: Center Harbor 1962

Description: Author and publisher of almanacs first appearing in 1797. Best known was "Leavitt's Farmers Almanac and Miscellaneous Yearbook" which continued after his death for about 45 years. This publication provided information vital to domestic and agricultural life of the period. He lived in a house 200 yards to the east.

Location: Located on Route 25 about 500 feet south of the Meredith-Center Harbor town line.
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