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The Green Street School is a historic school building at 104 Green Street in Somersworth, New Hampshire. Built in 1890-91, it is a large brick-and-granite structure sited at the top of a hill in a residential neighborhood. Its setting and the slope of its steeply-pitched roof serve to make it appear oversized. It is the oldest school building in the city, and was its most impressive public building. It served as a public school until 1927, and as a parochial high school from 1934 until c. 1970, ...
The Lehoullier Building is a historic mill tenement house at 161-169 Main Street in Somersworth, New Hampshire. The two story brick building was built by Thomas Parks and Job Harris c. 1843 under a grant from the Great Falls Manufacturing Company, which operated the major textile mills in Somersworth. It is one of two surviving tenement houses that once lined Main Street, and is well preserved despite significant alterations to its exterior when it was converted into an apartment house in the 19...
 
 
 
 
The Strafford County Farm is a complex of buildings in Dover, New Hampshire, historically associated with the management of the poor and criminals of Strafford County. A significant portion of the farm is now taken up by the modern Strafford County Jail, but several historic buildings survive on the campus. These include the 1881 almshouse, a large three-story brick structure originally designed to house up to 300 individuals. This buildings once-impressive facade is somewhat obscured by the pre...
Rollinsford Town Hall is located at 667 Main Street in Rollinsford, New Hampshire. The two-story wood frame building was designed by New Hampshire architect Alvah T. Ramsdell, and built in 1893 to house a variety of municipal services, including offices and space in its basement for a fire engine. Its first floor is occupied by offices, and its upper floor is taken up by an auditorium space with balcony and stage. The building is dominated by the tall tower (a typical Queen Anne feature) at its ...

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The Woodbury Mill is a historic mill building at 1 Dover Street in Dover, New Hampshire. This five-story utilitarian brick mill building was built in 1885 by the Dover Improvement Association as a factory space for small footwear manufacturers to operate in. The Woodbury Brothers were one of its first tenants, occupying about half the space in the 250 feet (76 m) long building. They would operate on the premises, employing as many as 250 workers, until 1894. The building continued to be used for...
The Richard Hayes House is a historic house at 326 Gonic Road (New Hampshire Route 125) in southern Rochester, New Hampshire. The house is an L-shaped wood frame structure, two stories tall, which presents two public facades (apparently part of its original design). Its appearance is of two wings, each five bays wide, that are joined at a right angle. Each wing has a gable roof with the ridge parallel to its facade, giving the house roof a half-hipped appearance. The house is a rare well-preserv...
The Jewett-Eastman House is a historic house at 37 Portland Street in the center of South Berwick, Maine. Built about 1850, it is a fine local example of Greek Revival architecture. It is most notable for its association with the Jewett family, which included a prominent local businessman and a doctor, as well as the writer Sarah Orne Jewett, who was raised in this house. It served the town for a time as its public library, and is now owned by Historic New England, serving as a gallery space and...
The US Post Office-Dover Main is a historic post office building at 133-137 Washington Street in the center of Dover, New Hampshire, United States. The main portion of the building, a single-story beige brick Beaux Arts structure, was designed by James Knox Taylor and completed in 1911. A major addition in 1963 expanded the work area to the rear and relocated the public lobby space and postmasters office. The original portion has a hipped tin roof, while the addition, attached to its southwest, ...
The Public Market, also referred to as the Morrill Block, is a historic commercial building at 93-95 Washington Street in Dover, New Hampshire. It is a 4-1- 2 story brick structure, built c. 1846. The cast iron columns and plate glass windows on its main facade are the result of a series of alterations in 1927, when the upper floors were adapted for residential use. It is one of the few commercial buildings in Dover to survive from the period, providing a reminder of the period when the Central ...
The Sarah Orne Jewett House is a historic house museum at 5 Portland Street in South Berwick, Maine, USA. The house was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1991 for its lifelong association with the American author Sarah Orne Jewett (1849-1909), whose influential work exemplified regional writing of the late 19th century. The house, built in 1774, is a high-quality example of late Georgian architecture. It is now owned by Historic New England, and is open for tours every weekend between J...
The William Hale House is a historic house at 5 Hale Street in Dover, New Hampshire. It is a three-story wood frame structure set close to the street, five bays wide, whose third floor windows are smaller than those on the lower floors. The center entry is sheltered by a modest portico supported by Doric columns and matching pilasters. The house was built in 1806 for William Hale by Bradbury Johnson, a noted local builder-designer of the period. It is one of the few early houses in southeastern ...
 
The Samuel Wyatt House is a historic house at 7 Church Street in Dover, New Hampshire. The two story Greek Revival wood frame house was built in 1835 for Samuel and Sophia Cushing (Hayes) Wyat, in what was then the commercial center of Dover (now known as Tuttle Square). Samuel Wyatt was owner of several hotels, including one nearby in Dover, and Sophia was a prominent local teacher and author. The house is three bays wide, with a side hall entry flanked by sidelight windows and topped by a fanl...
 
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The Jonathan Hamilton House, also known as the Hamilton House, is a historic house at 40 Vaughans Lane in South Berwick, Maine. Built between 1787 and 1788 by a merchant from Portsmouth, New Hampshire, this National Historic Landmark is a little-altered and high quality late Georgian country house. Acquired by preservationist friends of South Berwick native Sarah Orne Jewett at the turn of the 20th century, it is now a historic house museum owned by Historic New England, open for tours between J...

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Museums of American art, Art museums established in 2012, Art museums in New Hampshire, 2012 establishments in New Hampshire, Rochester, New Hampshire, Museums in Strafford County, New Hampshire, Hidden categories:, Articles needing additional references from October 2012, All articles needing additional references, All articles with unsourced statements, Articles with unsourced statements from January 2014, Commons category template with no category set, Commons category without a link on Wikid... The Rochester Museum of Fine Arts, founded November 16, 2011, located in Rochester, New Hampshire, United States, is a volunteer, not-for-profit organization, exhibiting a vast collection of works by emerging and seasoned artists. The museum opened in March 2012. The permanent collection includes outstanding examples of contemporary works donated by artists from around the world. This wide range of art, featuring over 150 works, encompasses a variety of media including painting, sculpture, photo...
 
  
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Durham�University of New Hampshire (or Durham�UNH) is a passenger rail station in Durham, New Hampshire served by the Amtrak Downeaster. The historic depot, which now houses the UNH Dairy Bar, is situated just west of downtown Durham on the campus of the University of New Hampshire (UNH). The station is owned by the university, but an adjacent parking area is managed by the town of Durham. On average, about 150 rail passengers board or detrain daily at Durham, making it the third-busiest Amt...
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The First Parish Church Site-Dover Point is a historic church site on Dover Point Road in Dover, New Hampshire. It is the site of the second meetinghouse of the First Parish Church, a congregation established in 1633. The meetinghouse was, according to surviving documentation, 40 feet (12 m) long and 26 feet (7.9 m) wide, and was built in 1653. In 1713 a new meetinghouse was built at Pine Hill, where Dovers center is now located, and services were halted at this location around 1720. The buildin...
Cowell Stadium is an 6,500-seat open-air multi-purpose stadium in Durham, New Hampshire on the campus of the University of New Hampshire. It is home to the University of New Hampshire Wildcats football and track and field teams. The stadium, which runs west-northwest, consists of a FieldTurf playing surface surrounded by a 400-metre track. On either side of the track are aluminum stands (the larger home stands being on northeast side), and temporary seating is placed in endzones during football ...
 
 
 
Thompson Hall, also commonly referred to locally as T-hall, is one of the central buildings on the campus of the University of New Hampshire in Durham, New Hampshire, United States. A large brick and stone building, it was designed by Concord architects Dow & Randlett and built in 1892. It was the first building to be built on the Durham campus, and was named for Benjamin Thompson, a farmer who left his entire Durham estate to the state for use as the college campus. The building was listed on t...
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The Oyster River is a 17-mile-long (27 km) river in Strafford County, southeastern New Hampshire, United States. It rises in Barrington, flows southeast to Lee, then east-southeast in a serpentine course past Durham to meet the entrance of Great Bay into Little Bay. The bays are tidal inlets of the Atlantic Ocean, to which they are connected by a tidal estuary, the Piscataqua River. The freshwater portion of the river is 14.1 miles (22.7 km) long, and the tidal river extends 2.9 miles (4.7 km) f...
  
 The Frost Garrison and House are a cluster of colonial-era buildings on Garrison Drive in Eliot, Maine. Sited on Frosts Hill, the complex includes a c. 1778 house, and two structures, the oldest dating to 1735, constructed as strongholds against Native American attacks. The older one is the only known surviviving garrison built for the defense of a single family. The house is also the ancestral home of poet Robert Frost, who is known to have visited the area. The complex was listed on the Nation...
The Spruce Hole Bog, locally known as Spruce Hole, is a complete ecological community occupying a true kettle hole in the town of Durham, New Hampshire. According to the National Register of Natural Landmarks: It illustrates characteristics of a typical sphagnum-heath bog, localized in a specialized geologic setting. It was designated a National Natural Landmark in 1972. Spruce Hole is located two miles west of the town center of Durham, and is owned by the town. It is reached by a woods road of...
 
 

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  The US Post Office-Somersworth Main is a historic post office building at 2 Elm Street in Somersworth, New Hampshire. It is a single-story structure finished in brick with marble trim. It has a hip roof with three marble dormers over the central portion of the main facade. The entry is detailed with fluted Ionic pilasters with a recessed fan window, a form which is repeated in the flanking windows. The building was designed by James A. Wetmore and completed in 1931.  

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