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The Contoocook Railroad Depot is located in Hopkinton, New Hampshire, United States, in the village of Contoocook. The depot was completed in 1849 as one of the first substantial railroad passenger stations west of Concord on the Concord and Claremont Railroad. The building is one of the best preserved of a small number of gable-roofed railroad stations surviving from the first decade of rail development in New Hampshire. The station exemplifies the pioneering period of rail development in the s...
 
Hopkinton is a town in Merrimack County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 5,589 at the 2010 census. The town has three distinct communities: Hopkinton village, mainly a residential area in the center of the town; Contoocook, the towns business hub, located in the north; and West Hopkinton, within the more agricultural portion of the town. The town is home to the Hopkinton State Fair, adjacent to Contoocook village, and to the historic Contoocook Railroad Depot and the Contoocook ...
The Stanley Tavern is a historic tavern building at 371 Main Street in Hopkinton, New Hampshire. The oldest portion of this Georgian wood frame structure was built c. 1791 by Theophilus Stanley, to serve as a tavern in the town, which was at the time vying (unsuccessfully, as it turned out) with Concord to be the state capital. It is the only surviving tavern of three that were known to be present in the town in the late 18th and early 19th century. The building originally consisted of a typical...
 
The William H. Long Memorial is a historic memorial building on Main Street in Hopkinton, New Hampshire. The brick, granite, and sandstone three-story building was constructed in 1890 as a memorial to a member of a prominent local family. The bequest stipulated that the building be used as a home for the local historical society, a function it continues to perform. It was also used to house the local public library. The building was designed by the Boston firm of Means & Gilbert, and is predomin...
Rowells Covered Bridge is a covered bridge in West Hopkinton, New Hampshire, which carries Clement Hill Road over the Contoocook River. The Long truss bridge was completed in 1853, and was the third bridge on the site. The bridge is just under 20 feet (6.1 m) wide and 167 feet (51 m) long, and consists of a single span supported by two modified Long trusses resting on granite abutments. The trusses are distinctive in the addition of several arches, which consist of solid timbers that were splice...
The Lower Warner Meetinghouse is a historic meetinghouse on NH 103 in Warner, New Hampshire. The white clapboarded wood frame church was built in 1844, and its exterior is relatively unchanged since then, having only lost its steeple due to a lightning strike c. 1893. The building is three bays wide, with a recessed center entry framed by a pair of 20- 20 sash windows. The entry is flanked by paneled boards, which are repeated on the corners, which rise to a triangular gabled pediment, whose tym...
 
 
The Dalton Covered Bridge, also called the Dalton Bridge, is a historic covered bridge that carries Joppa Road over the Warner River in Warner, New Hampshire. Its name refers to a nearby resident (first Mrs. Dalton, then Widow Dalton) at the time of its construction. The bridge was built in 1853 by Joshua Sanborn, and its original abutments were built by George Sawyer and Webster Davis; all were local residents. The bridge has a span of 76 feet (23 m), with a total bridge length (including porta...
 

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The Millville School is a historic school building at 2 Fisk Road, just off Hopkinton Road in western Concord, New Hampshire, an area known locally as Millville. The single story brick Georgian Revival building was constructed in 1923 to a design by local architect C. R. Whitcher, and is the only public building of that style in the city. The T-shaped building was extended in 1954 to add a kindergarten wing to the east, and underwent other relatively minor alterations in the 1980s, when the buil...
 
 
The Old Webster Meeting House is a historic meeting house on Battle Street in Webster, New Hampshire. Built in 1791, the meeting house is one of a small number of virtually unaltered meeting houses to survive in northern New England. Despite some alterations, and its relocation from its original site, the two story wood frame structure has retained most of its original fabric. The principal alterations have been to remove exterior vestibules that housed stairwells, and the flooring over at the g...
The Webster Congregational Church is a historic Congregational church off NH 127 on Long Street in Webster, New Hampshire, United States. The church was built in 1823 by George Pillsbury, a local builder, with interior joinery by William Abbot, another experienced church builder, and is an excellent representation of late Federal styling. The main facade has three entrances, each topped by a semicircular fanlight with reeded soffit. The central doorway has sidelight windows, while the flanking d...
The Rolfe Barn is a historic barn at 16 Penacook Street in the Penacook village of Concord, New Hampshire. Built c. 1790, the timber frame barn is probably the best-preserved barn of the period in the state. It is also distinctive for its construction methods and materials, which are also rarely seen to survive in New Hampshire. The buildings frame is made of oversized timbers, which were hand-hewn and then smoothed with an adze, a rare step not usually taken for barn construction. The building ...
Hannah Duston (Dustin, Dustan, and Durstan) (born Hannah Emerson, December 23, 1657 � c. 1737^) was a colonial Massachusetts Puritan mother of nine who was taken captive by Abenaki Native Americans during King Williams War, with her newborn daughter, during the Raid on Haverhill (1697), in which 27 colonists were killed. While detained on an island in the Merrimack River in present-day Boscawen, New Hampshire, she killed and scalped 10 of the Native American family members holding them hostage...
The Contoocook River is a 71-mile-long (114 km) river in New Hampshire. It flows from Pool Pond and Contoocook Lake on the Jaffrey- Rindge border to Penacook (just north of Concord), where it empties into the Merrimack River. It is one of only a few rivers in New Hampshire that flow in a predominantly northward direction. Two picturesque covered bridges in Hopkinton and one in Henniker span the Contoocook, as does another on the Hancock-Greenfield line. Residents and tourists have made the Conto...
The Morrill-Lassonde House is a historic house on King Street in Boscawen, New Hampshire. The 2.5 story wood frame house was built c. 1769 for Rev. Robie Morrill, and is believed to be the oldest surviving structure in Boscawen. It is also thought to occupy the site of the oldest fortification in the town. Morrills grandson Bejamin invented the wheelbarrow clock movement in this house. In the 20th century the house was owned by artist Omer T. Lassonde, who donated the house to the New Hampshire ...
 

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The North Weare Schoolhouse is a historic school building in Weare, New Hampshire. It is located on Old Concord Stage Road, just east of its junction with New Hampshire Route 114. The 1-1- 2 story brick building was built about 1856, and is stylistically distinctive vernacular mixing of Federal, Greek Revival, and Italianate styling. It is the most architecturally distinctive of Weares 19th-century schoolhouses. It was used as a public school until 1952, and then served as a grange hall until th...
The 1638 New Hampshire earthquake struck central New England on June 1, 1638 (Julian calendar). It was the first major earthquake in New England after the start of European colonization. Modern analysis places its epicenter somewhere near central New Hampshire, and it probably measured between magnitude 6.5 and 7.0 on the Richter scale, making it the strongest earthquake on record in New Hampshire and one of the strongest in the regions history (the 1663 Charlevoix earthquake was probably strong...
The Amos Chase House and Mill are a historic property on New Hampshire Route 114, just south of the Piscataquog River in Weare, New Hampshire. The house is a 2-1- 2 Greek Revival two-family house built c. 1836. It has two similar five-bay facades (southeast and northeast) with central entries framed by pilasters and topped by architraves. The adjacent mill building is also a wood-frame structure, built c. 1849. Both buildings have seen only modest and superficial alteration since their construct...
The Christian Science Pleasant View Home is an historic senior citizen residential facility located at 227 Pleasant Street in Concord, New Hampshire, in the United States, It was built in 1927 by the Christian Science Board of Directors as a retirement home for aged Christian Science practitioners and other workers in the cause of Christian Science and occupies the site of Pleasant View, Mary Baker Eddys last home before moving to Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts in 1908. It is now Pleasant View Hom...
The Blossom Hill and Calvary Cemeteries are a pair of adjacent municipally-owned cemeteries on North State Street in Concord, New Hampshire. Blossom Hill, a 19th-century cemetery designed in the then-fashionable rural cemetery tradition, was always a municipal cemetery; the Calvary Cemetery was established by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Manchester, whose oversight area includes all of New Hampshire. The Calvary Cemetery was taken over by the city in 1995; its earliest marked grave dates to 185...
The First Congregational Church of Boscawen is a historic church on King Street in Boscawen, New Hampshire. Built in 1799, the wood frame church was significantly altered in 1839, when it acquired its present Greek Revival character. Its front facade is modeled as a Greek temple, with corner pilasters supporting an entablature consisting of an architrave, plain frieze, and moulded cornice. This entablature is continued around the two sides of the building. The church tower rises from the center ...
 
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White Park is a 25-acre (10 ha) public park on the west side of central Concord, New Hampshire. It occupies a roughly polygonal parcel of land surrounded by predominantly residential streets, with the University of New Hampshire School of Law located across White Street from the parks eastern corner. Its west side is characterized by a steep, rocky rise of about 40 feet (12 m) above an otherwise relatively flat landscape. The parks major features include a large man-made pond, and there are acti...
The Waterloo Historic District encompasses the site of one of the first mills on the Warner River, near the Waterloo Falls in Warner, New Hampshire. The 50-acre (20 ha) district includes most of the original 60-acre (24 ha) land grant for the mill site. It extends along Waterloo Street and Newmarket Street for a length of about 1 mile (1.6 km), from where Newmarket Street crosses the Warner River to where Waterloo Street crosses a brook. In addition to its industrial history, the district is not...
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The Farrington House is a historic house at 30 South Main Street in Concord, New Hampshire. Despite its outward appearance as a single family residence, this 2.5 story wood frame house was built as a duplex for brothers Samuel and Philip Farrington. Its single door serves both units, and the central hall has parallel staircases. The exterior is a conservative Greek Revival design, with side-gable roof flanked by paired chimneys on the sides. A gabled pavilion extending the full two stories shelt...
2½ Beacon Street, also known as the former New Hampshire State Prison Warehouse, is a historic commercial building at 2½ Beacon Street in Concord, New Hampshire. The two story brick building was built in 1860, with an addition on the north side added in 1868. Its original function was to provide a workshop for prisoners in the adjacent correctional facility. It served in this capacity until the entire prison complex was closed and sold by the state in 1880. It thereafter served a variety of co...
  

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The Weare Town House is a historic New England meeting house on New Hampshire Route 114 in Weare, New Hampshire. The two story wood frame clapboarded structure was built in 1837 to serve both as a town meeting space and a place for the local Universalist congregation to meet. Its most prominent exterior feature is its two-stage tower, which houses a bell manufactured that same year by George Holbook of East Medway (now Millis), Massachusetts; Holbrook had received his training in the bell foundr...
The Henry J. Crippen House is a historic house at 189-191 North Main Street in Concord, New Hampshire. The three story brick Second Empire house was built as a duplex by Henry J. Crippen, a prominent local financier, in c. 1879. The front facade is symmetrically arranged, with a pair of entry doors under a portico supported by wooden piers with recessed panel bases and brackets beneath the dentiled cornice. The doors and windows are all topped by segmented arches with cast iron keystones. The co...
The Reuben Foster House and Perley Cleaves House are a pair of nearly identical Greek Revival houses at 64 and 62 North State Street in Concord, New Hampshire. The basic plans of these two houses, which were built as investments in the 1840s, are mirror images of each other. Each is a 2.5 story wood frame building, with a rectangular main block and a projecting side ell. The front facade of each house has a projecting gable supported by two-story fluted columns, with a porch accessible from the ...
  
The Merrimack County Bank building is a historic commercial building at 214 North Main Street in Concord, New Hampshire. The three story brick Federal style building was built in 1826 to house the offices of the Merrimack County Bank on the first floor, law offices on the second floor, and a public meeting space above. In 1840 the upper floor was taken over by the New Hampshire Historical Society for use as a library. The Society significantly altered the interior in the early 20th century to co...
The Concord Civic District consists of a collection of local and state civic buildings centered on the New Hampshire State House in Concord, New Hampshire. In addition to the State House, the district includes the Legislative Office Building, New Hampshire State Library, Concord City Hall, Concord Community Center, New Hampshire Historical Society, State House Annex, and the Concord Public Library. It also includes statuary and memorial objects placed on the grounds of the State House. The build...
The Merrimack County Courthouse stands at 163 North Main Street in Concord, New Hampshire, the state capital and county seat of Merrimack County. The oldest part of the courthouse building is a brick and granite two story structure, completed in 1857 to serve as a town hall and court building. The city and county used the building for town offices and county courts until 1904, when the city sold its interest in the building to the county. Between 1905 and 1907 the building was extensively remode...
The Upham-Walker House is a historic house at 18 Park Street in Concord, New Hampshire. The 2.5 story brick house was built in 1831 by Nathaniel Gookin Upham, and is the only remaining Federal style house in central Concord. The house exhibits some transitional Greek Revival features, including its gable-front orientation. Its interior reflects changing styles of the 19th century, with portions of the house reflecting styles of the early, middle, and later parts of that century. Upham, its first...
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The Chamberlin House is a historic house at 44 Pleasant Street in Concord, New Hampshire. The 2.5 story wood frame Queen Anne Victorian was built in 1886 by Horace Chamberlin, superintendent of the local division of the Boston and Maine Railroad. Although the house was probably built from mail-order plans (a popular way to acquire building plans at the time), it exhibits a wealth of Queen Anne and Shingle Style decoration, both inside and out. The house has a hip roof, but there are numerous pro...
The Lewis Downing, Jr., House is a historic house at 33 Pleasant Street in Concord, New Hampshire. This 2.5 story wood frame Italianate house was built in 1851 for Lewis Downing, Jr., president of the Abbot-Downing & Company, a nationally known manufacturer of coaches, and is the only surviving building associated with that business. The house is basically rectangular, with cross gables sections projecting from the sides. Its notable features include the paired brackets in the eaves, the chimney...
The New Hampshire Savings Bank Building is a historic commercial building in at 97 North Main Street in downtown Concord, New Hampshire, across Capitol Street from the New Hampshire State House. The five story granite building was built in 1926-27 for what is now the oldest bank in the city, and was the only bank building built in the city in the first half of the 20th century. The Renaissance Revival building was designed by J. D. Leland & Company and George W. Griffin; the Leland firm was base...
The Eagle Hotel is a historic hotel building at 110 North Main Street in Concord, New Hampshire, located across the street from the New Hampshire State House. The oldest portions of this large brick building were built in 1851, on the site of the Eagle Coffee House, which had burned down the year before. As built then, it was four stories in height and twelve bays wide. On the ground level, the central four bays have rounded arches leading to the main entrance to the hotel area. The outer bays a...
The Endicott Hotel (formerly Blanchards Block) is a historic hotel building at 1-3 South Main Street in Concord, New Hampshire. The four story brick building was completed in 1894 to a design by the regionally notable Damon Brothers architects. It was the citys first large commercial building south of Pleasant Street, and the first devoted exclusively to commercial activities (the earlier buildings included civic and social meeting spaces on upper levels). The buildings most prominent feature is...
 The McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center is a science museum located in Concord, New Hampshire, United States, next door to the NHTI campus. The museum is dedicated to Christa McAuliffe, the Concord High School social studies teacher selected by NASA out of over 11,000 applicants to be the first Teacher in Space, and Alan Shepard, the Derry, New Hampshire, native and Navy test pilot who became the first American in space and one of only twelve human beings to walk on the Moon. The Discovery Center...

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The Franklin Pierce House was a historic house at 52 South Main Street in Concord, New Hampshire, United States. The three story stuccoed brick building was constructed in 1852, and was originally built with Italianate styling and a flat roof. It was restyled later in the 19th century in the Second Empire style, with a mansard roof. The house was most notable, however, for its association with United States President Franklin Pierce, who lived here with his family (as boarders of the owner, Will...
 
 Butters� Tavern, an old time hostelry, was a privately owned inn and tavern located at the south end of Main Street, Concord, New Hampshire, at the junction of South Main, Water, and West streets. Butters Tavern sat atop Butters Hill and was said to have been a desirable business location where it was able to attract patrons, typically men traveling with railroad teamsters, or men and women traveling by steamships and other vessels along the Merrimack River, or cattlemen traveling by foot. But...
The Donald D. Tuttle House is a historic house at 12 Gabby Lane in Concord, New Hampshire. This modest 1.5 story Colonial Revival Cape style house was built in 1933 by Louis and Frank Blake. A single-bay garage was built at the same time. The house is most significant as the home of Donald D. Tuttle from 1935-1945. Tuttle was hired by the state in 1925 as its publicity director, heading a department that over time became the State Planning and Development Commission. He was a leader in promoting...
 
The New Hampshire Supreme Court is the supreme court of the U. S. state of New Hampshire and sole appellate court of the state. The Supreme Court is seated in the state capital, Concord. The Court is composed of a Chief Justice and four Associate Justices appointed by the Governor and Executive Council to serve during good behavior until retirement or the age of seventy. The senior member of the Court is able to specially assign lower-court judges, as well as retired justices, to fill vacancies ...
  
 
 
The Salisbury Academy Building is a historic school building in Salisbury, New Hampshire. The two story wood frame building was built in 1796 to serve as an academy of higher education in the area. The building was acquired by the town in 1806 and moved from Salisbury Heights to its present location at the junction of New Hampshire Route 127 and Old Coach Road (the old alignment of US Route 4). Originally a rectangular structure, its upper floor was extended in 1883 as part of a conversion of th...

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  The Contoocook Railroad Depot is located in Hopkinton, New Hampshire, United States, in the village of Contoocook. The depot was completed in 1849 as one of the first substantial railroad passenger stations west of Concord on the Concord and Claremont Railroad. The building is one of the best preserved of a small number of gable-roofed railroad stations surviving from the first decade of rail development in New Hampshire. The station exemplifies the pioneering period of rail development in the state. The Contoocook Railroad Depot is significant under National Register Criterion A as a building that served and controlled the junction of two of the earliest short line railroads of New Hampshire, the Concord and Claremont Railroad and the Contoocook Valley Railroad. The building provided essential passenger service and communications for these interrelated lines. Under Criterion A, the depot symbolizes the impact of a new technology on a village that  

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