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The New Ipswich Town Hall is a historic academic and civic building on Main Street (New Hampshire Route 123A) in the center village of New Ipswich, New Hampshire. The 1-1- 2 story wood frame structure was built in 1817 to serve the dual purpose of providing a place for town meetings to take place, and to provide space for a private academy. It was built with two full stories, and a tower with belfry, much in the manner of typical New England churches of the period. The academy eventually moved t...
 
 
The Birchwood Inn is a historic tavern and inn on New Hampshire Route 45 in the center of Temple, New Hampshire. Its main building, a 2-1- 2 story, roughly rectangular, brick and wood frame structure, was built during the Federal period (roughly 1790-1830), and has served as a center of hospitality ever since. The front half of the building, its five bay width and about half of each side wall, are faced in brick, while the rear of the block is framed in wood and sheathed in clapboards. Walls on ...
The Temple Town Hall, also known as the Union Hall and the Miller Grange Hall, is a historic municipal building in the center of Temple, New Hampshire. The white clapoarded wood frame structure was built in 1842 as a church. In 1875 the building was sold to the local grange chapter, which enlarged the building in 1880s, adding 20 feet (6.1 m) to its length. This additional space provided interior space for a stage, which was used for grange rituals and dramatic presentations. The town purchased ...
 
Temple Mountain is a 2,045-foot (623 m) ridge located in south-central New Hampshire within the Wapack Range of mountains. It lies within Sharon and Temple, New Hampshire; the 22-mile (35 km) Wapack Trail traverses the mountain, and the northern face includes the 350-acre (1.4 km2) Temple Mountain Reservation, owned by the state. The mountain is 3.5 miles (5.6 km) long and has several summits; three of them are named: Burton Peak 2,010 feet (610 m), Whitcomb Peak 1,710 feet (520 m), and Holt Pea...
The Daniel Cragin Mill, known today as the Fryes Measure Mill, is a historic watermill established in 1858. The mill is about three miles (5 km) west of the small town of Wilton in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. For over 150 years the mills production has been unique woodenware and wooden boxes used for dry measuring boxes. Presently the mills main production is Shaker-style pantry boxes and furniture pieces for the various Shaker communities and their museum gift shops. The mill was added ...
The Hamblet-Putnam-Frye House is a historic house at 293 Burton Highway in Wilton, New Hampshire. This two story wood frame house was probably built in the 1760s, and significantly altered in the late 19th century. The property includes a c. 1840 barn, a c. 1900 carriage house that has been converted into a garage, and a small c. 1900 ice house. There are also remnants of an early 19th century mill works, including a stone foundation, canal and sluice gate. The canal and sluice gate were altered...
 
The County Farm Bridge is a historic stone arch bridge in Wilton, New Hampshire. Built in 1885, it carries Old County Farm over Whiting Brook, just south of its northern junction with Burton Highway in a rural section of northwestern Wilton. Old County Farm Road was the main access road to the Hillsborough County Poor Farm, and is now an unmaintained class 6 road. The bridge consists of a single stone arch with a span just under 18 feet (5.5 m). It is lined with cut granite voussoirs which were ...

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The Brick Schoolhouse is a historic one-room schoolhouse at 432 New Hampshire Route 123 in Sharon, New Hampshire. Built in 1832, it is the only of the towns three such buildings to survive, and was the only one made of brick. It is also the only school building in the town at all; its students have been schooled in neighboring Peterborough since 1920. It is a single-story structure 26 feet (7.9 m) wide and 30 feet (9.1 m) long, with an entry vestibule 5 feet (1.5 m) deep, and the schoolroom occu...
 
  
Pack Monadnock or Pack Monadnock Mountain 2,290 feet (700 m), is the highest peak of the Wapack Range of mountains and the highest point in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. The mountain, a monadnock, is located in south-central New Hampshire within the towns of Peterborough and Temple. The 22 mi (35 km) Wapack Trail and a number of shorter trails traverse the mountain. A firetower and ledges on the summit offer long views north to the White Mountains, west to Mount Monadnock, and south into M...
 

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Wapack National Wildlife Refuge was New Hampshires first refuge and was established through a donation in 1972. The 1,672-acre (677 ha) refuge is located about 20 miles (32 km) west of Nashua, New Hampshire and encompasses the 2,278-foot (694 m) North Pack Monadnock Mountain. The refuge is a popular hawk migration area and provides nesting habitat for numerous migratory songbirds such as the American tree sparrow, Swainsons thrush, magnolia warbler, crossbills, pine grosbeaks and white-throated ...
North Pack Monadnock or North Pack Monadnock Mountain is a 2,276-foot (694 m) monadnock in south-central New Hampshire, at the northern end of the Wapack Range of mountains. It lies within Greenfield and Temple, New Hampshire; the 22-mile (35 km) Wapack Trail traverses the mountain. Ledges on the summit offer long views north to the White Mountains and west to Mount Monadnock. Pack Monadnock Mountain is directly to the south along the Wapack ridgeline. The upper elevations of the mountain are wi...
The Milford Town House and Library Annex, now just the Milford Town Hall, is a historic municipal building occupying a prominent position facing the central oval in Milford, New Hampshire. The town house portion, which presents the main facade to the oval, was built in 1869, and is a two-story structure built of brick with granite trim. The Italianate structure has a belltower in which is a Paul Revere bell cast in 1802, which was hung in Milfords first town hall. The library annex was added to ...
The Milford Cotton and Woolen Manufacturing Company is a historic mill complex at 2 Bridge Street in the center of Milford, New Hampshire. It consists of a single large building which developed in an evolutionary way between 1813, when its oldest part was built, and 1916, when the last major modifications were made. The mill occupies a site on the banks of the Souhegan River, which provided its power. The core of the structure is a three-story wooden building, which was the first part built. Thi...
  
The Peterborough Unitarian Church, also once known as the First Church in Peterborough, is a historic church at Main and Summer Sts. in Peterborough, New Hampshire. The brick church building was built in 1825-26 for a congregation that was established in 1752. Its design was at one time attributed to Charles Bulfinch, but there is no documentary evidence that supports this connection, and the building clearly has Federal style elements inspired by the publications of Asher Benjamin. The clock in...
The Peterborough Town House is a historic town hall at 1 Grove Street in Peterborough, New Hampshire. The two-story brick building was designed by Little & Russell and built in 1904. It occupies a prominent position at the corner of Grove and Main Streets in the center of the town. The main facade is divided into five bays, which consist of round-arched openings on the first level. The bays of the tall upper level are divided by pilasters which support a modillioned entablature and gabled pedime...

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The Marion Nichols Summer House is a historic house at 56 Love Lane in Hollis, New Hampshire. The two-story wood frame house was built in 1935 to a design by Densmore, Mclear & Robbins. It was built for Marion Poole Nichols, a wealthy widow. The L-shaped main house is stylistically eclectic, including Tudor Revival features (including diamond-paned windows), Craftsman elements, and Colonial Revival elements. The property also includes a c. 1940 single-story structure which originally house a wor...
The Second Rindge Meetinghouse, Horsesheds and Cemetery is a historic meeting house and cemetery on Old US 202 (Main Street) and Rindge Common in Rindge, New Hampshire. The wood frame clapboard building was built in 1796, replacing the towns first meeting house, which stood on approximately the same site. The building is relatively distinctive in New England as one of few such meeting houses where both civic and religious functions are still accommodated. In 1820 an arrangement was made in which...
The Amherst Village Historic District encompasses the historic village center of Amherst, New Hampshire. Centered on the towns common, which was established about 1755, Amherst Village is one of the best examples of a late-18th to early-19th century New England village center. It is roughly bounded on the north by Foundry Street and on the south by Amherst Street, although it extends along some roads beyond both. The western boundary is roughly Davis Lane, the eastern is Mack Hill Road, Old Manc...
 
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The Meetinghouse is a historic house on Monument Square in Hollis, New Hampshire. The oldest portion of this 2-1- 2 story wood frame house was built c. 1746, and is a rare regional example of a Georgian saltbox-style house. This portion of the house faces Cleasby Lane, and is two rooms deep on the first floor and one room deep on the second. A second block, oriented to face Monument Square, was attached to this house in the 18th century, as were smaller additions to its east side. A number of al...
 
The Hollis Village Historic District encompasses the historic village center of Hollis, New Hampshire. The district is centered on Monument Square, which connects Main Street (New Hampshire Route 122) to Depot Street and Broad Street. It coverts about 400 acres (160 ha), and extends along all three of those roads for some distance, and includes properties on Silver Lake Road and Ash Street. Most of the buildings in the district are residential or agricultural in use, and date before the turn of ...

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The Jaffrey Mills are a historic mill complex at 41 Main Street, in the central business district of Jaffrey, New Hampshire. It consists of a connected series of primarily brick buildings flanking the Contoocook River just north of Main Street. Its oldest buildings, the original mill and office building are on the west side of the river. They were built in 1868, and feature mansard roofs and banded dentil brick cornices. The mill building has a tower that originally sported a cupola, but this wa...
The East Jaffrey Historic District is a historic district running roughly along NH Route 124 (Main Street) through Jaffrey, New Hampshire. It encompasses what is now the economic and civic heart of the town, centered on the Jaffrey Mills and the crossing of the Contoocook River by Route 124. It extends as far west as St. Patricks Church beyond Charlonne Street and as far east as the US Post Office building at Route 124 and Ellison Street. To the north it extends along Peterborough Street (United...
The Rufus Piper Homestead is a historic house on Pierce Road in Dublin, New Hampshire. The house is a typical New England multi-section farmhouse, joining a main house block to a barn. The oldest portion of the house is one of the 1-1- 2 story ells, A Cape style house which was built c. 1817 by Rufus Piper, who was active in town affairs for many years. Piper expanded the house in 1832, adding what is now the main 2-1- 2 story Colonial style block. The property was, around the turn of the 20th c...
The Brackett House is a historic house on High Ridge Road, a private road off Valley Road in Dublin, New Hampshire. The architecturally eclectic house was built in 1915 as the summer residence of Jeffrey Richardson Brackett and Susan K. Brackett. The house, which presents 1.5 stories to the road that runs along the top of the ridge, and 2.5 on the far side, bears some resemblance to an alpine chalet, with a long overhanging roof supported by brackets of exaggerated size. Uses of square patternin...
Crocker Field is an outdoor sports and recreation facility for the children of the Fitchburg Public School System in Fitchburg, Massachusetts, 28 miles north of Worcester and 50 miles west of downtown Boston. The complex consists of a nunber of athletic facilities on a 5.5-acre (2.2 ha) plot of land near the Nashua River. There are indoor and outdoor playing areas, an outdoor stadium, a field house, and a ticket booth and concession stand. The site is enclosed on three sides by a wrought iron fe...
 
  
 
 
The Greenfield Meeting House is a historic meeting house on Forest Road in the center of Greenfield, New Hampshire. The two story wood frame building was built 1795-99; it is one of a small number of 18th century meeting houses in New Hampshire. When originally built, it was roughly square, with a gallery instead of full second floor, and porches at the gable ends that sheltered stairs to the gallery level. The bell tower was added in 1825, and the gallery level was filled out in 1848. In 1867 t...
The Pepperell Center Historic District encompasses the historic core of the village center of Pepperell, Massachusetts. The district is based around the town common, which was laid out in 1740, along with the construction of the first church (whose location is demarcated by foundation lines). It includes a number of surviving 18th century structures, including a post office building that is now a private home, and the towns oldest cemeteries. The village radiates away from the common along Park,...
 

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  Greenville is a town in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 2,105 at the 2010 census. It is located at the junction of New Hampshire routes 31, 45, and 123.  

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