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George Cleveland (left), chatted with Lisa Barron, her sister Linda Mullins, and Police Chief Daniel Porter outside The Olde Village Store in Tamworth, N.H.

Rooted in history

Candidate for N.H. Senate has an inherited presidential example to run by

By Brian MacQuarrie
Globe Staff / August 7, 2006

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TAMWORTH, N.H. -- George Cleveland would be conspicuous in any small New England town, a bear-like man of aristocratic posture, fond of Hawaiian shirts, who seems to greet everyone with an engaging smile and a thinking-man's joke. (Full article: 941 words)

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