"Auburn Tales" by Daniel J. Carpenter Every generation rewrites its history - except in Auburn where very little has been written in the last fifty years. If these "Auburn Tales" can be repeated ten times, then perhaps history of Auburn will begin to take shape. Local history is often oral history which makes it difficult to research and document. Families that have lived in the town of Auburn for three or more generations often have pictures and ideas for story lines. I wrote this booklet with input from the families whenever possible. Old homes tell tales of families long gone or moved away from Auburn and community members and town events can help round out the picture of our town. If you have a story that would improve or add to the history of Auburn, then please let me know. If you are aware of a problem with a story, let me know that too Improvements can be made. So, start looking for those old pictures and I look forward to hearing your family's story. Dan Carpenter, President Auburn Historical Association (603) 483-8432 / email@example.com "Auburn Tales" is available for purchase at the Auburn Historical Association for $20. The AHA building is open on the third Saturday of each month from 1- 4 p.m. and is located at 102 Hooksett Road in Auburn. All proceeds from the purchase of this book go to the Carriage Shed Project.