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 The Central Square Historic District of Bristol, New Hampshire, encompasses the central commercial district of the town. The square is a four-sided space near the junction of six roadways in the center of Bristol, just north of the Newfound River and west of the Pemigewasset River. The district includes all of the buildings that are arrayed around the square, as well as one contemporary commercial building located just south of the Newfound River on South Main Street. The district was listed on ...
 
Newfound Regional High School (NRHS) is a public secondary school in Bristol, New Hampshire, United States. Surrounding towns that attend NRHS are Bristol, New Hampton, Groton, Bridgewater, Danbury, Alexandria, Hill, and Hebron. The school is part of the Newfound Area School District (NASD) and was originally named Newfound Memorial High School. It was originally located where Newfound Memorial Middle School currently stands until the present high school building was constructed in 1989. Newfoun...
Newfound Lake is located in Grafton County, New Hampshire, United States. It is situated in the Lakes Region of central New Hampshire, in the towns of Alexandria, Bridgewater, Bristol, and Hebron. Its area of 4,451 acres (1,801 ha) places it behind only Lake Winnipesaukee and Squam Lake among lakes located entirely within New Hampshire, and fourth in the state overall, when Umbagog Lake on the Maine border is included. Newfound Lake is refreshed twice a year by eight underground springs and has ...
The Murray Hill Summer Home District is a collection of farmhouses and related buildings on Murray Hill Road, a rural road in Hill, New Hampshire. The area is distinctive as a cohesive collection of rural properties that were adapted for use as summer estates between 1873 and 1937. The district has eight farmhouses that were adapted, and two Shingle style houses. All are located on Murray Hill Road between Cass Mill Road and Lynch (Dickerson Hill) Road. One typical property is the Chandler prope...
The Washington Mooney House is a historic house on New Hampshire Route 104, near its junction with New Hampshire Route 132 and Interstate 93, in New Hampton, New Hampshire. Built c. 1800, this two story wood frame house is one of the finest surviving Federal period houses in the town. Its builder is unknown; the house and associated farm property were probably purchased by Washington Mooney around the time of his 1831 marriage. Despite adaptive reuse of the property in the 20th century for offic...
The Hill Center Church (formerly the New Chester Meeting House) is a historic church in Hill, New Hampshire. The 1.5 story building was built in 1799 as a meeting house (for religious and civic functions), when the town of Hill was known as New Chester. In the 1840s the town voted to build a separate town hall, and the church voted to renovate the building, which was in need of significant maintenance. Because the work done in 1847 significantly altered the building, its original appearance is o...
 

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The Tucker Mountain Schoolhouse is a historic one-room schoolhouse on Tucker Mountain Road in Andover, New Hampshire. The small wood frame building was built in 1837, and served as a schoolhouse until 1893, when it was closed due to declining enrollments. The classroom is 16 feet (4.9 m) wide and 18 feet (5.5 m) long. A small ell was added to the building to provide a weather break, a place to store firewood, and a privy area. The interior of the school has retained its furnishings: the desks ar...
The Ashland Railroad Station is a historic train station at 39 Depot Street in Ashland, New Hampshire. The single story post-and-beam structure, with a wide overhanging roof supported by knee braces, was built in 1869 by the Boston, Concord, and Montreal Railroad in order to provide passengers a station separate from the freight depot. It was extensively remodeled in 1891, giving it its present appearance. The station was sold into private hands in 1960, and given to the Ashland Historical Socie...
The First Free Will Baptist Church and Vestry (also known Miss Perkins High School and Holderness Academy) are an historic Free Will Baptist Church complex at 13-15 North Main Street in Ashland, New Hampshire. The complex consists of three buildings: the brick church building, which was built in 1834; the old vestry, a brick building standing near the street which was built c. 1835 as a school and converted to a vestry in 1878; and the new vestry, a wooden structure added in 1899 to join the two...
The Whipple House is a historic house museum at 4 Pleasant Street in Ashland, New Hampshire. The 1 1� story Cape style house was built c. 1825-1850, and is relatively architecturally undistinguished. It is significant for its association with George Hoyt Whipple (1878-1976), a Nobel Prize-winning doctor and pathologist. It is in this house that Whipple was born in 1879. Whipple gave the house to the town in 1970, and it is now operated by the Ashland Historical Society as a museum, open during...
The Ashland Junior High School is a historic former school building at 12 School Street in Ashland, New Hampshire. The three story brick building was built in 1877-78, and is an excellent example of Second Empire design, although its architect is unknown. Its basic plan is somewhat typical for institutional Second Empire buildings: it is roughly square, with a three-bay facade, a central projecting pavilion, and a tower, in this case a wooden structure with a belfry. The exterior is little chang...
Ashland Town Hall, at 10 Highland Street, is the town hall of Ashland, New Hampshire. The 1.5 story brick building was built in 1871, three years after Ashland separated from Holderness, which had retained its town hall. The building is a distinctive Victorian interpretation of a typical New England town hall, with round-arch Italianate style windows, and transom and round-arch windows above the double doors that form the entry on the front facade. The porch that shelters the front entry is a la...
St. Marks Episcopal Church is an historic Episcopal church located at 6-8 Highland Street in Ashland, New Hampshire, in the United States. It is part of the Episcopal Diocese of New Hampshire. The single story Gothic Revival frame building was designed by New York City architect J. Coleman Hart, and built in 1859 for a congregation established in 1854; a parish house was added south of the main building in 1898-99. The exterior of the building consists of half-timber framing filled with brick us...
The Ashland Gristmill and Dam are a historic former industrial facility in the heart of Ashland, New Hampshire. The dam, originally a wooden construction, is a concrete structured located on the Squam River, where Main Street (New Hampshire Route 132) crosses the river. It is 180 long, 14 high, and has a 50 spillway. The mill building located at the northeast corner of Main Street and Daniel Webster Highway was built in 1903 on the site of a gristmill that was destroyed by fire. It has a massive...
The Hersey Farms Historic District of Andover, New Hampshire, includes two farmsteads belonging to members of the Hersey family, located on the Franklin Highway (New Hampshire Route 11) in eastern Andover. The older of the two farms, the Guy Hersey Farm, was established c. 1850 by Hiram Fellows, and has been in the Hersey family since 1904. The adjacent James Hersey Farm was established in 1833 by Alfred Weare, and was acquired by Guy Herseys son James in 1945. The two farms encompass 325 acres ...
 
 

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The East Andover Village Center Historic District encompasses the historic village center of East Andover, New Hampshire, United States. The 2.2-acre (0.89 ha) district includes a cemetery and three buildings: the Andover Congregational Church, the Highland Lake Grange Hall, and the East Andover Schoolhouse. It is located at the corner of New Hampshire Route 11 and Chase Hill Road. The district is unified by the appearance of the three buildings (all are sheathed in clapboards and painted white)...
 
 
South Danbury Christian Church is a historic church on US 4 in Danbury, New Hampshire. The wood frame building was constructed in 1867 by the local congregational society, and has undergone relatively little exterior modification since. It has limited ornamentation, and is a good example of a rural vernacular 19th century church building. The only exterior changes of note are the replacement of the roof (1974), and the addition of electrict lighting and a handrail. Interior changes were made aro...
The Gershom Durgin House is a historic house at 391 Franklin Highway in Andover, New Hampshire. The 1.5 story wood frame Cape style house was built c. 1815 by Gershom Durgin, a local clockmaker. It is a well-preserved example of the style, and is notable locally as an example of a double house: it is two rooms deep, and has two chimneys separated by a central hallway. The front door is only ornamented with a 4-light transom window; the interior of the house has retained significant Federal perio...
 
 
The Plymouth Historic District encompasses a cluster of five civic buildings (of which four contribute to the districts significance) and the town common of Plymouth, New Hampshire. The 2-acre (0.81 ha) district includes the town hall- court house, the Pemigewasset National Bank building, and the US Post Office building, as well as the Old Grafton County Courthouse (now a local history museum). The Plymouth Congregation Church also falls within the district bounds, but is not considered contribu...
The First Free Will Baptist Church in Meredith is a historic church building on Winona Road in Meredith, New Hampshire, United States. It is a single-story rectangular wood-frame structure, with a small ell attached to its northern end, and a shed-roof privy attached to the ell. It was built c. 1802 for a congregation of Free Will Baptists, and extensively remodeled in 1848, giving the main block its present Greek Revival appearance. The ell, which originally served as a vestry, was added in eit...
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Trinity Church is a historic church in Holderness, New Hampshire, near the town of Plymouth. The small single story wood frame building was constructed in 1797 by Samuel Livermore, a prominent early settler of Holderness and a New Hampshire statesman. It was built in land owned by Livermore, and remained in the familys ownership until 1854, when Arthur Livermore Jr. deeded it along with the adjoining burying ground to the Trinity Church Yard Cemetery Association for one dollar. The association h...

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The Chapel of the Holy Cross is a historic church at 45 Chapel Lane on the campus of Holderness School in Holderness, New Hampshire. The masonry Gothic Revival building was built in 1884 to a design by Charles Coolidge Haight. It was paid for by a gift from Sarah Titus Zabriskie. The building has undergone only modest external changes since its construction, the most notable being the 1957 enlargement of the organ wing on the north side to accommodate an organ the school had acquired from the Ca...
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The Bay Meeting House and Vestry is a historic church complex on Upper Bay and Steele Roads in Sanbornton, New Hampshire. The wood frame church was built in 1836 for a Baptist congregation, on a site which had held a church since 1808, and exhibits well-preserved transitional Federal-Gothic Revival style. It is a rectangular structure with a gable roof and a two-stage belfry tower above its main (eastern) facade. The main facade has three bays and is two stories in height, with doorways occupyin...
The Holderness Inn is a former 19th century hotel building on United States Route 3 in Holderness, New Hampshire. It is the only such building standing in the Squam Lake area, from a period when there were a significant number of resort hotels around the lake. This 3.5 story wood frame building was built in 1895-6 by John Davison, whose previous hotel building, a converted parsonage, was destroyed by fire. The main block of the building is topped by a gabled mansard roof. A three story wing exte...
Ruggles Mine is an open-pit mine that is no longer in operation and has been turned into a tourist attraction. The mine is located 30 miles (48 km) northwest of Concord, in Grafton, New Hampshire, a short distance from Route 4 at the village green. The spacious pit includes tunnels and underground chambers, some of which are filled with water, for exploring. Visitors are allowed to keep any of the various minerals that are to be found on the mine floor or that can be hammered loose from the wall...
Camps Kenwood and Evergreen are 7-week brother-sister residential summer camps in Wilmot, New Hampshire, United States. The camps focus is on teaching 21st century non-cognitive skills while also offering traditional overnight camp activities like team sports, visual and performing arts, outdoor adventure, and water sports. Kenwood and Evergreen are also known for their robust staff-to-camper ratio, with 200 staff for 330 campers. All bunks have a maximum of eleven campers with a minimum of two ...
 
 
 
 

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The North Holderness Freewill Baptist Church-Holderness Historical Society Building (Third Free Will Baptist Church of Holderness) is an historic church building in Holderness, New Hampshire. The Free Will Baptist church was built by John Jewell and John S. Drew in 1860 and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1986. The building was moved in 1994 from its original site on Owl Brook Road to Route 3 east of the center of Holderness by the Holderness Historic Society, who now ow...
The Sulphite Railroad Bridge, also known locally as the Upside-Down Covered Bridge is a historic railroad bridge in Franklin, New Hampshire. The bridge was built c. 1896-7 to carry the tracks of the Boston and Maine Railroad across the Winnipesaukee River between Franklin and Tilton. It is located about 0.7 miles (1.1 km) east of Franklin, and about 350 yards (320 m) south of US Route 3, and crosses the river at a point where its banks are quite steep; it is not readily visible from any roadway,...
The Concord Historic District encompasses the least altered portion of the historic heart of Concord, New Hampshire. The 25-acre (10 ha) district, located just north of the modern commercial and civic heart of the city, includes the citys oldest surviving house, the site of its first religious meetinghouse, and the Pierce Manse, a historic house museum that was home to President Franklin Pierce during his rise to national prominence. The district was listed on the National Register of Historic P...
The Keniston Bridge is a historic covered bridge in Andover, New Hampshire, carrying Bridge Street over the Blackwater River. Built in 1882, it is of Town through truss construction, mounted on granite bridge abutments that have been partially rebuilt in concrete. Much of the fabric of the bridge is original, although strengthening elements (wooden chords and steel beams) have been added to the trusses and the road bed, and portions of the downstream truss have been replaced. The bridge is toppe...
  
The Winnipesaukee Playhouse is a 200+ seat courtyard style theater located in Meredith, New Hampshire, United States, in the heart of New Hampshires Lakes Region. The Playhouse produces both a professional summer stock season as well as a community theater season, and is arguably the only theater in the United States to do so. The Winnipesaukee Playhouse is the recipient of 46 New Hampshire Theater Awards over the past eight years, more than any other theater in the state during this time period...
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The Meredith Public Library is located at 91 Main Street in Meredith, New Hampshire. It is housed in a handsome brick Classical Revival structure designed by George Swan and built in 1900-01, with a major expansion in 1985. It was a gift from Benjamin Smith as a memorial to his parents. The original main block is a T-shaped structure with a hipped roof and a slightly projecting gable above an entry recessed under a round arch. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places i...
  

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  The Minot-Sleeper Library is the public library of Bristol, New Hampshire. It is located at 35 Pleasant Street, in an 1885 brick building that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The library was the first in the states Lakes Region to have a purpose-built building. The library offers borrowing service, as well as Wifi, Internet-accessible computers, and a variety of programmed activities.  

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