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New Hampshire Historical Markers
New Hampshire's historical markers point out 158 important places in New Hampshire's past. Some of these places contain tangible reminders of the past like a covered bridge or an old house. Others simply mark the spot where such a structure once stood, or they mark the location of a historical event that left no trace at all.
The Concord Coach
Information on the world famous Abbot-Downing Concord Coaches and a little about the working conditions in the 1800s. Recent and historic photographs.
The Franklin Pierce Bicentennial
Site commemorates the bicentennial of the birth of Franklin Pierce (1804-1869), the 14th President of the United States of America.
New Hampshire Archaeological Society
Presents an award for outstanding contributions to research. List of recipients, application to join, officers, events, articles from the Bulletin of the New Hampshire Archeologist.
New Hampshire Aviation Historical Society
Works to preserve the history of aviation in New Hampshire. Event listings, membership information, newsletter archive, contact information, and sponsor's page.
New Hampshire Division of Historical Resources
Historic preservation promotes the use, understanding, and conservation of such properties for the education,inspiration, pleasure, and enrichment of New Hampshire's citizens.
New Hampshire Historical Society
The independent nonprofit that saves, preserves, and shares New Hampshire history.
New Hampshire Maps
The Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection.
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