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About New Hampshire
Also known as the Granite State, New Hampshire once had a large
industry surrounding the quarrying of granite.
The state capital of New Hampshire is Concord.
About New Hampshire - New Hampshire
Find out more about New Hampshire before you travel there.
Concord is on the Merrimac River, in the central south of New
The Library of Congress is constructed from the famous white Concord
granite, quarried nearby.
The Native American Algonquin tribe lived in the area before a trading
post was established in 1659.
New Hampshire is one of the six New England states.
The others are: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island,
States neighbouring New Hampshire are: Massachusetts,
Vermont and Maine. New Hampshire also
When it comes around to presidential election time, New Hampshire's
primary election occurs first in the America, and Concord becomes the centre of attraction
as the big runners get out to press some flesh.
New Hampshire can be divided into three major regions: the Seaboard
Rowland, the New England Upland, and the White Mountains.
The White Mountains are in the north of New Hampshire, and include the
The White Mountain National Forest and Lake Winnipesaukee are New
Hampshire's leading attractions among hikers and mountain-bikers. Be sure to pack a copy
of the White Mountain
New Hampshire Camping:
Find a New Hampshire campground with this online campground directory; sorted by New
New Hampshire State:
The official site of New Hampshire state government.
Visit New Hampshire:
Published by the State's Office of Travel and Tourism Development.
White Mountains of New
The most popular time to visit the White Mountains is from Memorial Day to mid-October;
when temperatures are mild and the attractions are open. Summer (mid-June to Labor Day) is
especially popular as more families can travel during the school vacation.
Old Fort Number 4 is a
reconstruction of a mid- 18th-century fort, in Charlestown; the Shaker Village dating from 1792 is in Canterbury; and Portsmouth's Strawbery Banke is a restoration
project with houses dating from 1695.
The New Hampshire mountain, at 1,917 m, is the highest in the
north-eastern United States, and forms part of the Presidential Range of the White
A cog railway journeys the 3 miles up to the summit, from Bretton
Woods, to give the visitor a view of the Atlantic and five neighbouring states -- if the
weather is fine.
The largest city in New Hampshire was settled around 1722, and
serves as a gateway to an area of ski and summer resorts.
Previews of the region's historic attractions, cultural events, outdoor adventures,
educational institutions, shopping, lodging and entertainment.
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