Two Photos.  A colonial blacksmith works a piece of metal under 1,500 degree temperatures at Wolfeboro's 250th commemorative colonial encampment on Brewster field saturday.   He was using blacksmith coal and an old hand crank blower to produce the extreme temperature in short order.  There were a number of French and Indian War re-enactors on-hand including the town's namesake General Wolfe.  The second photo shows the relatively modern Wells Fargo Stagecoach giving visitors a ride.  

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