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Belknap County is located in the central part of the state. The county seat is Laconia.
The population in 2000 was 56,325. The largest towns are Laconia, Gilford, and Belmont.
Belknap is bordered by Carroll County to the north, Strafford County to the east, Merrimack County to the south, and Grafton County to the west.
Please submit sites pertaining to Carroll County here.
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Carroll County is in the east-central part of the state. The county seat is Ossipee.
The population in 2000 was 43,608. The largest towns are Conway, Wolfeboro, and Moultonborough.
Carroll is bordered by Coos County to the north, the State of Maine to the east, Belknap and Strafford Counties to the south, and Grafton County to the west.
Please submit sites pertaining to Cheshire County here.
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Cheshire County is located in the southwest corner of the state. The county seat is Keene.
The population in 2000 was 73,825. The largest towns are Keene, Swanzey, and Jaffrey.
Cheshire is bordered by Sullivan County to the north, Hillsborough County to the east, the State of Massachusetts to the south, and by the State of Vermont to the west.
Please submit sites pertaining to Coos County here.
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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.
Please submit sites pertaining to Grafton County here.
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Grafton County is located in the northwestern part of the state. The county seat is North Haverhill.
The population in 2000 was 81,740. The largest towns are Lebanon, Hanover, and Plymouth.
Grafton is bordered by Coos County to the north, Carroll and Belknap Counties to the east, Sullivan and Merrimack Counties to the south, and the State of Vermont to the west.
Please submit sites pertaining to Hillsborough County here.
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Hillsborough County is in the south central part of the state. The county seat is Manchester.
The population in 2000 was 380,841. The largest towns are Manchester, Nashua, and Merrimack.
Hillsborough is bordered by Merrimack County to the north, Rockingham County to the east, the State of Massachusetts to the south, and Cheshire County to the west.
Please submit sites pertaining to Merrimack County here.
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Merrimack County is located in the central part of the state. The county seat is in Concord, which is also the state capitol.
The population in 2000 was 136,225. The largest towns are Concord, Hooksett, and Franklin.
Merrimack is bordered by Belknap County to the north, Rockingham County to the east, Hillsborough County to the south, and Sullivan County to the west.
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Rockingham County is located in the southeastern part of the state. The county seat is Brentwood.
The population in 2000 was 277,359. The largest towns are Derry, Salem, and Londonderry.
Rockingham is bordered by Strafford County to the north, the Atlantic Ocean to the east, the State of Massachusetts to the south, and Merrimack and Hillsborough Counties to the west.
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Strafford County is in the eastern part of the state. The county seat is Dover.
The population in 2000 was 112,233. The largest towns are Rochester, Dover, and Durham.
Strafford is bordered by Carroll County to the north, the State of Maine to the east, Rockingham County to the south, and Belknap and Merrimack Counties to the west.
Please submit sites pertaining to Sullivan County here.
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Sullivan County is located in the western part of the state. The county seat is Newport.
The population in 2000 was 40,458. The largest towns are Claremont, Newport, and Charlestown.
Sullivan is bordered by Grafton County to the north, Merrimack County to the east, Cheshire County to the south, and the State of Vermont to the west.
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