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Charlestown Town Hall is located just off Main Street (New Hampshire Route 12), between Church and Summer Streets, in the heart of Charlestown, New Hampshire. It is a two-story wood frame building on a granite foundation, with Italianate styling. It was designed by New Hampshire architect Edward Dow and built in 1872-73. Its main facade has three bays, separated by rusticated brick pilasters. A corbelled brick architrave and frieze surround the building below a wooden cornice with decorative bra...
 The Siege of Fort at Number Four (April 7�9, 1747) was a frontier action at present-day Charlestown, New Hampshire during King Georges War. The Fort at Number 4 (named so because it was located in the fourth of a series of recently surveyed township land parcels), was unsuccessfully besieged by a French and Indian force under the command of Ensign Joseph Boucher de Niverville. The British defenders were alerted to the presence of the besiegers by their dogs, and were well-prepared to defend th...
  
 
 
 
The Rockingham Meeting House, also known as Old North Meeting House and First Church in Rockingham, is a historic civic and religious building on Meeting House Road in Rockingham, Vermont, United States. The Meeting House was built between 1787 and 1801 and was originally used for both Congregational church meetings as well as civic and governmental meetings. Church services ceased in 1839 but town meetings continued to be held in it until 1869. It was designated a National Historic Landmark in ...
 
  
 
 The Farwell School is a historic school building on New Hampshire Route 12A in the North Charlestown village of Charlestown, New Hampshire. The stone two-room school was designed by the Detroit, Michigan firm of Ward & McFarland and built in 1890. It is one of two Romanesque Revival buildings in the town, and the only one executed in stone. The school was paid for by Jesse Farwell, and was maintained for many years by a community trust established by the Farwells for many years. It is now part o...
  
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Bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in Vermont, Covered bridges in Vermont, Rockingham, Vermont, Bridges completed in 1870, Wooden bridges in Vermont, Buildings and structures in Windham County, Vermont, Transportation in Windham County, Vermont, Visitor attractions in Windham County, Vermont, Road bridges in Vermont, Hidden categories:, Articles sourced only to NRIS from November 2013, All articles sourced only to NRIS, Coordinates on Wikidata, Commons category with local link s...
The Prentiss Bridge is a historic covered bridge in Langdon, New Hampshire. Built c. 1874, it spans Great Brook just east of the modern alignment of Chester Turnpike, which it carried until it was bypassed by a modern bridge in 1955. Bridges are known to have stood on the site since c. 1794, when the town appropriated funds to build a bridge near the mill of Messers Jabez Rockwell and John Prentiss. At 36 feet (11 m) in length, it is the shortest 19th century covered bridge built for use on a pu...
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Acworth Congregational Church (The Church-on-the-Hill or Acworth Meetinghouse) is a historic church at the end of the town common in Acworth, New Hampshire. The white clapboarded church was built in 1821, with alterations at several points in the 19th century. Its design is clearly inspired by the Congregation Church of Templeton, Massachusetts, although attribution of this churchs design to Elias Carter, the architect of the Templeton church, is disputed. The structure is basically rectangular,...
 
The Acworth Silsby Library is the public library of Acworth, New Hampshire. The library is located on the town common, at the junction of Cold Pond and Lynn Hill Roads, in a 1-1- 2 story brick building built in 1891. The Romanesque structure was designed and built by Claremont builder Hira Beckwith, and funded by a bequest from Acworth native Ithiel Homer Silsby, who had made his fortune as a Boston, Massachusetts hotelier. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1...
 
 
 
 
  
The Drewsville Mansion is a historic house on Old Cheshire Turnpike in the Drewsville village of Walpole, New Hampshire. The 2 1� story wood frame mansion was built in 1880 for Bolivar and Sarah Lathrop Lovell. It is a rare local example of Stick- Eastlake style architecture in an area that has predominantly older style buildings. The house is located at the south end of the Drewsville Common, which it faces. The main facade is sheltered by a single story porch with a jigsaw-cut decorative fri...

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 WTXX-LP is a low-powered television station for the Pioneer Valley area of Massachusetts that is licensed to Springfield. Owned by R and S Broadcasting, it broadcasts an analog signal on UHF channel 34 from a transmitter southeast of Wilbraham. This is also the location of the digital operations for low-powered CBS affiliate WSHM-LD. WTXX is the former call sign of Connecticuts The CW affiliate WCCT-TV. WTXX is a relatively new station in the area, and as a result, is currently not mentioned in...
 
 
  
 The Jewett-Kemp-Marlens House is a historic house on North Road in Alstead, New Hampshire. The 1.5 story Cape style house was built sometime between 1798 and 1803, with a kitchen wing added onto one side in 1830. The house stands at the effective end of North Road, an unpaved road that was once a main road between Keene and Acworth. The building was restored in 1996, principally to conserve the artwork of Moses Eaton, an itinerant folk art stenciler, that is on its walls. The stencilwork was pro...
 
Unity Town Hall is the town hall of Unity, New Hampshire. It is located in the center of Unity, on the 2nd New Hampshire Turnpike just north of its junction with Center Road. The single-story wood frame structure was built in 1831 as a church for a Baptist congregation. It has modest Greek Revival styling, with plain cornerboards and a cornice with decorative molding. An entry pavilion projects from the main block, echoing its decorative features, and there is a two-stage tower with an open belf...
 
 
 
The William Rossiter House is a historic house at 11 Mulberry Street in Claremont, New Hampshire. The main block of this multi-section house was built in 1813 by Austin Tyler, and retains some elements of Federal style. An ell was added, and the house given extensive Greek Revival treatment, c. 1830-50 by William Rossiter, a prominent local businessman and politician. Prominent in these alterations was the addition of a full Greek temple front, complete with two-story columns and a projecting tr...

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Claremont City Hall, also known as the Claremont Opera House, is located at 58 Opera House Square in the heart of Claremont, New Hampshire, United States. The monumental Italian Renaissance Revival two-story brick and brownstone building was designed by New York City architect Charles A. Rich, an alumnus of nearby Dartmouth College, and built between 1895 and 1897. Hira Beckwith, an architect in Claremont, was the contractor. Many of the construction materials for the building came from the surr...
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The David Dexter House is a historic house on Lincoln Heights in northern Claremont, New Hampshire. This large, five-by-four bay wood frame 2-1- 2 story house was built c. 1790 by David Dexter, who along with his brother Stephen was responsible for significant growth of the textile mills in central Claremont. The house was later used as a boarding house for mill workers. In the 1970s the house became the focal point for a long-running preservation debate, whose result was that the building was r...
The Lempster Meetinghouse (Union Hall) is a historic meeting house and town hall on Lempster Street in Lempster, New Hampshire. The wood frame structure was built in 1794, and is one of a modest number of New England meeting houses to survive from the 18th century, and one of a very small number with twin porches. It was built at town expense, serving as both a town hall and church until 1822. At that time it was divested of its religious functions and moved about 1 mile (1.6 km) to its present ...
 
 The Stephen Rowe Bradley House is a historic house at 43 Westminster Street in Walpole, New Hampshire. The large Federal style mansion house was built c. 1808 for Francis Gardner, a lawyer and state legislator. From 1817 to 1830 it was the home of Stephen Rowe Bradley, a Vermont lawyer, judge, and politician, who played a significant role in Vermonts entry into the United States as the fourteenth state, representing the independent Vermont Republic in negotiations over its boundaries. This house...
The Walpole Academy is a historic former school building on Main Street in Walpole, New Hampshire. It is now owned by the Walpole Historical Society and operated as a local history museum. The wood frame building was built in 1831, and is a fine rural example of a 19th-century Greek Revival academy building. The building has a classic Greek temple appearance, with Doric columns supporting an entablature and a triangular pediment with a fanlight detail. The building is topped by an octagonal, arc...
The Peck-Porter House is a historic house at the corner of Main and Middle Streets in Walpole, New Hampshire. The main block of the 2 1� story wood frame house was built in 1839 for Henry Peck, owner of a local dry goods business. The house is an excellent example of high Greek Revival styling rarely found in rural parts of New Hampshire, with full height fluted Doric columns supporting a full entablature. The side elevations have matching single story porches supported by fluted columns. Henr...

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Wrights Bridge is a historic covered bridge in Newport, New Hampshire. Originally built in 1906 to carry the Boston and Maine Railroad across the Sugar River, it now carries the multi-use Sugar River Trail, which was built on the abandoned right-of-way. The bridge is located about 1,200 feet (370 m) west of the trails intersection with Chandler Mill Road in western Newport. The bridge is a single-span Town double-lattice truss structure which has been reinforced by laminated arches. The bridge s...
 
Properties of religious function on the National Register of Historic Places in New Hampshire, Georgian architecture in New Hampshire, Churches completed in 1845, 19th-century Unitarian Universalist church buildings, Churches in Sullivan County, New Hampshire, New Hampshire State Register of Historic Places, Libraries in Sullivan County, New Hampshire, Former churches in New Hampshire, New Hampshire Registered Historic Place stubs, New Hampshire church stubs, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on W...Miner Memorial Library is the public library of Lempster, New Hampshire, located at 3 Second New Hampshire Turnpike. The library occupies a single-story wood frame structure built in 1845 as a church for a Universalist congregation. Despite significant alteration for its use as a library, the building remains a fine example of vernacular church architecture in Sullivan County. The building was formally dedicated in 1927 to the memory of Lempster native Alonzo Ames Miner, a leading Universalist m...
The Pier Bridge is a historic covered bridge in Newport, New Hampshire. Originally built in 1907 to carry the Boston and Maine Railroad across the Sugar River, it now carries the multi-use Sugar River Trail, which was built on the abandoned right-of-way. It is located about 0.5 miles (0.80 km) east of the Chandler in western Newport. It consists of two Town-Pratt lattice trusses, resting on granite abutments which have been capped by concrete, and a central pier of similar construction. The west...
 
 
Unitarian Universalist churches in Vermont, Properties of religious function on the National Register of Historic Places in Vermont, Churches completed in 1844, 19th-century churches, Cavendish, Vermont, Churches in Windsor County, Vermont, Universalist Church of America churches, Greek Revival architecture in Vermont, Unitarian Universalism stubs, Vermont Registered Historic Place stubs, Vermont church stubs, Hidden categories:, Articles sourced only to NRIS from November 2013, All articles sou...
 
 WHDQ (106.1 FM, Q106) is a radio station broadcasting a classic rock format. Licensed to Claremont, New Hampshire, USA, the station serves the Lebanon-Rutland-White River Junction area. The station is currently owned by Jeffrey Shapiros Great Eastern Radio. The stations transmitter is located atop Mount Ascutney in Vermont. WHDQs signal is also broadcast over two translators�W293AB (106.5 FM) in Keene, New Hampshire and W294AB (106.7 FM) in Hanover, New Hampshire�and a booster�WHDQ-1 in Ru...
 
 
Jones Hall, also known as The Meetinghouse at Marlow Hill or The Christian Church, is a historic church and municipal building on Church Street in Marlow, New Hampshire. Built between 1792 and 1800, it is a rare 18th century meeting house in New Hampshire, although it has been altered somewhat and moved (in 1845) from its original location; it was said to originally be a near duplicate of the Rockingham Meeting House in Vermont. Construction of the timber frame building was repeatedly delayed du...
The Purnell House is a historic house on New Hampshire Route 10 in Goshen, New Hampshire. It is located on the west side of the highway, about 0.25 miles (0.40 km) south of the Newport line. Built c. 1830, this 1-1- 2 story Cape style house is one of a cluster of 19th-century plank frame houses in Goshen. It is framed with three-inch vertical planking, and its main block is five bays wide and two deep. The main block is extended by an ell and garage. The houses first owner was Daniel Emerson, th...
 WNNE is the NBC-affiliated television station for the Upper Valley of East-Central Vermont and West-Central New Hampshire. Licensed to Hartford, Vermont, it broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 25 (or virtual channel 31.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter shared with Vermont Public Television outlet WVTA on Mount Ascutney in Windsor, Vermont. The station can also be seen on Comcast channel 13 and in high definition on digital channel 731. Owned by Hearst Television, WNNE has sal...

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  Charlestown is a town in Sullivan County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 5,114 at the 2010 census. The town is home to Hubbard State Forest and the headquarters of the Student Conservation Association.  

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