Coos County is in the northernmost part of the state. The county commissioner's office is located in West Stewartstown.
The population in 2000 was 32,936. The largest towns are Berlin, Lancaster, and Gorham.
Coos is bordered by Canada to the north, the State of Maine to the east, Grafton and Carroll Counties to the south, and the State of Vermont to the west.
Note: the word Coos is pronounced Co'-oss.

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Ammonoosuc Conservation Trust
Non-profit organization works to protect land in the Ammonoosuc River watershed. Provides description of region, list of protected lands, advice for landowners, and membership information.
Coos County New Hampshire
Personal site with emphasis on history and genealogy. Links to records about birth certificates, cemeteries, census data and history topics.
Coos County New Hampshire
Official site. Provides list of services and programs provided, agendas and minutes, and contact information.
Coos County Register of Deeds
Searchable database of records, rates and fee schedule, FAQs, office hours and contact information.
UNH Cooperative Extension - Coos County
Provides information on programs and services, calendar of events, and contact information.
US Census Bureau
Frequently requested Census statistics for Coos County.
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