2006, paperback, 128 pages, with over 200 images
by Cal Conniff & E. John B. Allen
In 1910, the “Boston Sunday” Herald reported that skiers were swarming over the Newtons, Middlesex Falls, and Blue Hills. The Berkshires provided splendid terrain, and the skiing was inexpensive. This visual history by two Ski Museum Board members traces how skiing progressed from the pre-tow era of outings on wooded trails and golf courses to the mechanization of the sport. After World War II came massive building, with sophisticated lifts, snowmaking, and all the modern requirements that have kept Massachesetts one of America’s winter ski states.
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