Nashua was originally part of the colonial town of Dunstable, MA, which also included parts of what are now Dunstable and Tyngsborough, MA, and parts of Hudson, Hollis, Milford, and Brookline NH, as well as Nashua.
In 1853, Nashua was incorporated as a city. It is presently the second largest city in the state.

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City of Nashua
Official city website. Content includes departments, area information, municipal phone numbers and job openings.
Downtown Nashua
Non-profit organization works to promote businesses and activities in downtown Nashua. Provides calendar, list of businesses with links to web sites, maps, photographs, and history.
Nashua Municipal Airport
A general aviation facility, offering training, charter, corporate, military, and recreational flight operations. Located at Boire Field.
State of New Hampshire - Nashua
Part of the state's official site. Town's mailing address, population, county, and districts for election purposes. Includes related links.
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