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Wentworth-Coolidge Mansion - Portsmouth
in New Hampshire Historical Markers
The home of the first Royal (British) Governor of the region to become New Hampshire.
posted by: New England n00b
location: New Hampshire
date approved: 9/30/2006
last visited: 6/1/2013
Birthplace of Horace Greeley
A marker noting the home where Horace Greeley was born.
date approved: 9/25/2006
last visited: 8/1/2010
Site of First Church in Weare
A cool marker denoting the site of the first church in Weare, NH.
date approved: 9/18/2006
last visited: 10/20/2009
Site of First Public School in Weare
A cool stone marker for the site of first Public School in Weare
Brigadier-General James Reed (1722-1807)
A marker denoting a town created by a Revolutionary War significant figure.
date approved: 9/4/2006
last visited: 6/24/2012
Hosea Ballou (1771-1852)
A marker for an early progressive religious figure in New Hampshire.
last visited: 10/11/2009
Denman Thompson (1833-1911)
A marker recognizing an actor and playwright from West Swanzey.
A sign marking an early leader in the field of pottery.
last visited: 5/15/2010
Keene Glass Industries
A sign marking early Keene glass manufacture.
Hinsdale's Auto Pioneer
A sign marking the location of an early steam automotive inventor.
last visited: 4/30/2011
Chief Justice Harlan Fiske Stone
A marker noting a historic Chief Justice from the area.
last visited: 2/18/2012
First Methodist Meeting Place in New Hampshire
A sign marking the first place of meeting for the Methodists in New Hampshire.
last visited: 8/10/2014
Park Hill Meeting House
A sign marking a special meetinghouse and church in Westmoreland.
First Connecticut River Bridge
A sign noting the first bridge across the Connecticut River.
last visited: 10/24/2012
Surry Mountain Gold Mine and Lily Pond
A sign marking unique mineral minings, and a very unusual mountaintop lake.
A sign marking New Hampshire glassworks in the mid to late 1800's.
last visited: 9/25/2005
Stone Arch Bridge
A marker noting early nineteenth century bridgework.
Levi Woodbury (1798-1851)
A marker commemorating New Hampshire's most politically successful citizen.
date approved: 9/2/2006
last visited: 9/20/2013
A sign noting the special history of quality NH soapstone.
A sign marking a point where water generating power was, and still is, useful for industry.
last visited: 5/21/2011
Town Meeting House (Greenfield)
A sign marking the very first meeting house in all of New Hampshire.
Hannah Davis - Amos Fortune
A sign noting two particularly interesting people in New Hampshire history - a freed slave and a woman, both successful entrepreneurs.
Second Rindge Meeting House
A sign commemorating the days when church and state were often intermingled.
Toll House and Toll Gate
A sign noting a toll road back when even cows - yes cows - had to pay to pass on by.
A sign marking the home of an influential NH citizen.
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