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The Hewitt House is a historic house on United States Route 4 in Enfield, New Hampshire. The 2.5 story wood frame house was built in 1871 by John W. Dodge, manager of the locally important Shaker-owned woolen mills. The Italianate house is an elegant reflection of Enfields period of great prosperity in the years after the American Civil War. It remained in the hands of Dodges descendants for over a century (the last being Robert Hewitt). The house is three bays wide and two deep, with a gabled r...
 
Historic districts in the United States, Shaker communities or museums, Herb gardens, Residential buildings completed in 1841, Buildings and structures on the National Register of Historic Places in New Hampshire, Open-air museums in New Hampshire, Museums in Grafton County, New Hampshire, History museums in New Hampshire, Museums established in 1986, 1986 establishments in New Hampshire, Historic districts in New Hampshire, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, Commons category with loca...
 
  
 
 
 
 
Centre Village Meeting House (also known as Union Church of Enfield Center) is a historic meeting house (church) on New Hampshire Route 4A in Enfield Center, New Hampshire. The wood frame church was built in 1836 by local workmen, whose work was probably inspired by Asher Benjamins published designs. The design was embellished, however with Greek Revival details, and also simplified in some ways in the interest of economy. The building was paid for by the subscription purchase of pews, and was u...
 
 
The Dartmouth College murders were the double homicide of Dartmouth College professors Half Zantop (born April 24, 1938) and his wife Susanne Zantop (née Korsukewitz, born August 12, 1945), who were killed at their home in Etna, New Hampshire (a village near the town of Hanover), on January 27, 2001. Originally from Germany, each of them had been teaching at the Ivy League college since the 1970s. High school classmates James J. Parker, age 16, and 17-year-old Robert W. Tulloch were charged wit...
  
 The Great Hollow Road Stone Arch Bridge (also known as Etna Stone Bridge) is a historic bridge on Great Hollow Road, over Mink Brook, approximately 100 feet north of the junction with Smith Lane in Hanover, New Hampshire. The stone and concrete bridge was built in 1914 by the town. It is 33 feet (10 m) long and 24.5 feet (7.5 m) wide, with a road width of 21.5 feet (6.6 m). The vault of the stone arch is 24.5 feet in width, and is constructed of mortared rubble stone lined with ashlar voussoirs....
 Northeast Airlines Flight 946 was a domestic U.S. flight from Boston, Massachusetts, to Montpelier, Vermont, with a refueling stop in Lebanon, New Hampshire, operated by Northeast Airlines. On October 25, 1968, some time during the evening, the Fairchild Hiller FH-227 aircraft crashed on Moose Mountain while descending on approach. The crash killed 32 of 42 passengers and crew. Of the fatalities, four were employees from the National Life Insurance Company who were returning from a business trip...

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The Canaan Street Historic District of Canaan, New Hampshire encompasses the original center of the town, running along Canaan Street roughly from Prospect Hill Street in the north to Moses Flower Lane in the south. The town was established by a land grant in 1761, but Broad Street, its principal road, was not laid out until 1788. Because it was on a major north-south stagecoach route, the area developed in the first half of the 19th century as a trading center. The old town hall was built in th...
  
 Moose Mountain is an 8-mile (13 km)-long ridge located in the eastern part of the town of Hanover in Grafton County, New Hampshire. The mountain is flanked to the north by Holts Ledge, at 2,110 feet (640 m), and to the south (across Mascoma Lake) by Shaker Mountain, at 1,690 feet (520 m). It is traversed by the Appalachian Trail, a 2,170-mile (3,490 km) National Scenic Trail from Georgia to Maine. Moose Mountain is outside the White Mountain National Forest, but the trail runs through a narrow c...
 
 
 
 
 Burnham Field is a soccer-specific stadium located on the campus of Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire, and used exclusively for Dartmouths mens and womens soccer teams. The field was finished in time for the 2007 college soccer season and includes full lighting, 1,600-seat stands, a press box and a level 10 natural grass playing surface. It is named after Whitey Burnham who was the Dartmouth mens coach from 1960�1989 and who led the Big Green to its first Ivy League soccer championsh...
 
 
 The Dresden School District was the first interstate school district in the United States formed under the New Hampshire-Vermont Interstate School Compact. It operates the Francis C. Richmond Middle School and Hanover High School in Hanover, New Hampshire. The Dresden School District is part of the SAU 70, which also operates the Bernice A. Ray Elementary School in Hanover, New Hampshire and the Marion Cross Elementary School in Norwich, Vermont. The Dresden School District and each elementary s...

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Lebanon Municipal Airport (IATA: LEB, ICAO: KLEB, FAA LID: LEB) is a city owned, public use airport located three nautical miles (6 km) west of the central business district of Lebanon, a city in Grafton County, New Hampshire, United States. Also known as Lebanon Airport, it is the northernmost commercial airport in New Hampshire, near the Vermont border, off Interstate 89 just south of the junction with Interstate 91. Other nearby towns include Hanover, New Hampshire and White River Junction, V...
 The Stone Arch Underpass of Lebanon, New Hampshire, carries a railroad right-of-way over Glen Road, between New Hampshire Route 12A and United States Route 4. Built in 1848, the stone arch bridge is the railroad bridge of the period to survive in Lebanon, clarification needed] and is an architecturally distinctive and unusual construction. The arch of the bridge is 12 feet (3.7 m) high, 18 feet (5.5 m) wide, and 12.5 feet (3.8 m) deep. The bridge is faced with roughly cut granite blocks of irreg...
 
The Green (formally the College Green) is a grass-covered field and common space at the center of Dartmouth College, an Ivy League university located in Hanover, New Hampshire, United States. It was among the first parcels of land obtained by the College upon its founding in 1769, and is the only creation of the 18th century remaining at the center of the campus. After being cleared of pine trees, it initially served as a pasture and later as an athletic field for College sporting events. Today,...
 
 Seminary Hill School (officially Seminary Hill Elementary School) is a public school located at 20 Seminary Hill in West Lebanon, New Hampshire, United States. It is part of the Lebanon School District (SAU#88). The Lebanon-West Lebanon ZIP code boundary is slightly different from the school zoning boundary, so some students with Lebanon mailing addresses attend Seminary Hill School. The school teaches grades 4�6 and had a total of approximately 175 students in the 2004�2005 school year. It ...
The Epic of American Civilization is a mural by the social realist painter José Clemente Orozco. It is located in the basement reading room of the Baker Memorial Library on the campus of Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire. The mural, painted between 1932 and 1934, consists of a series of 24 fresco panels, whose principal themes are the impact of both indigenous Native Americans and European colonists on North America, and the impact of war (particularly the Mexican Civil War and the Fi...
Geisel School of Medicine, Schools of medicine in New Hampshire, Ivy League medical schools, Hidden categories:, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from June 2010, Articles containing potentially dated statements from 2009, All articles containing potentially dated statements, Articles containing potentially dated statements from October 2013, Articles containing potentially dated statements from July 2007, Commons category without a link on Wikidata, Good a...The Geisel School of Medicine is the medical school of Dartmouth College, located in Hanover, New Hampshire, in the United States. The fourth-oldest medical school in the United States, it was founded in 1797 by New England physician Nathan Smith and grew steadily over the course of the 19th century. Several milestones in medical care and research have taken place at Dartmouth, including the first clinical X-ray (1896), the first intensive care unit in the United States (1955), and the Brattlebo...
 Clark Preparatory School (also known as the Clark School) was a boys-only independent boarding school located in Hanover, New Hampshire, USA. It was founded in 1919 by Dr. Clifford Pease Clark, and its headmaster was Dr. Frank Millett Morgan, both of whom were former members of the faculty of nearby Dartmouth College. The schools primary purpose was to prepare a boy adequately and thoroughly for College or Business, and to inculcate in him those basic principles and high ideals which tend toward...
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Amtrak stations in Vermont, White River Junction, Vermont, Railroad museums in Vermont, Museums in Windsor County, Vermont, Stations along Boston and Maine Railroad lines, Central Vermont Railway, Rutland Railway, Rail junctions in the United States, Union stations in the United States, Transportation museums in Vermont, Buildings and structures in Windsor County, Vermont, Transportation in Windsor County, Vermont, Railway stations opened in 1937, Northeastern United States railway station stubs...White River Junction is a passenger train station in White River Junction, Vermont, served by Amtraks Vermonter. It is also used by the Green Mountain Railroad for passenger excursion trains to Thetford and the Montshire Museum of Science in Norwich, Vermont. Originally, it was built in 1937 as a union station that served the Boston and Maine Railroad, Central Vermont Railway, and Rutland Railroad. On display adjacent to the station is a sheltered display of Boston and Maine Railroad #494, a his...

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Bridges completed in 1859, Bridges completed in 2000, Norwich, Vermont, Bridges over the Connecticut River, Bridges in Grafton County, New Hampshire, Road bridges in New Hampshire, Road bridges in Vermont, Former toll bridges in New Hampshire, Former toll bridges in Vermont, Northeastern United States bridge (structure) stubs, New Hampshire building and structure stubs, New Hampshire transportation stubs, Vermont building and structure stubs, Vermont transportation stubs, Hidden categories:, Pag...
The Main Street Museum in White River Junction, Vermont, is an eclectic display space for material culture and an experiment in a new taxonomy. Originally thought of as an alternative museum, the museums present form and activities resemble the 18th and 19th century cabinet of curiosities and point to an interest in the historic roots of museums and museology. However, the Museum also focuses on new technology, notably cataloging its collections and conducting online activity through its Wiki (s...
 
 
 
The Montshire Museum of Science is a hands-on, self-guided science museum located in Norwich, Vermont, in the United States. It has roughly 150,000 visitors annuallycitation needed]. The museum, including the building and nature trails, is located on over 110 acres (445,000 m²) of land. It has over 140 exhibits on anatomy, math, astronomy, mechanics, and natural history, among others. Its live animal exhibits include a hive of honeybees that is connected to the outdoors and a colony of leafcutt...
The Meriden Bridge is a historic covered bridge in the Meriden area of Plainfield, New Hampshire. The bridge is a single span which carries Colby Hill Road over Bloods Brook, just west of a junction with Main Street and Willow Brook Road. It was built c. 1880 by James Tasker, a well-known regional builder of covered bridges. It is a multiple Kingpost truss design, 85 feet (26 m) long and 16 feet (4.9 m) wide. It underwent rehabilitation several times in the 20th century, including a complete reb...
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...
 
 
 
 
 

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The Protectworth Tavern, also known as the Stickney Tavern, is a historic house on New Hampshire Route 4A in Springfield, New Hampshire. It is a nearly-intact example of a late-Georgian early-Federal vernacular house, dating to the time of the construction of the Fourth New Hampshire Turnpike, a major early highway through this region of central New Hampshire whose route is followed here by Route 4A. The house was long used as a tavern, and one of its early owners was Daniel Noyes, a proprietor ...
The Springfield Town Hall and Howard Memorial Methodist Church, also known as the Springfield Union Meeting House, is a historic civic and religious building on Four Corners Road southeast of New London Road (New Hampshire Route 114) in Springfield, New Hampshire. The original portion of this rectangular wood frame building was built c. 1797, but it underwent major alterations after being moved to its present location in 1851, at which time it was given its present Greek Revival and Gothic featu...
The First Baptist Church of Cornish, now known as Trinity Church, is a historic church at Meriden Stage Road and NH 120 in Cornish Flat, New Hampshire. This two-story wood frame structure was built in 1803, and is the towns oldest church building. Originally located Harrington and Parsonage Hill Roads, it was moved to its present location in 1818. It was originally built in the style of a colonial meeting house, with square pews and a gallery; the pews were removed during alterations in 1845-46,...
 
 
The Quechee State Park is located on US Route 4 in Quechee, Vermont. The park land is owned by the US Army Corps of Engineers and leased from by the State of Vermont. The park contains the Quechee Gorge, a popular Vermont tourist stop. The land was originally the site of the Dewey wool mill which ceased operation in 1952 and relocated to Enfield, New Hampshire. Shortly after the closing of the Mill the US Army Corps of Engineers acquired the property as part of its regional flood control plan. A...
The Mothers and Daughters Club House is a historic social club building on Main Street (New Hampshire Route 12A) in Plainfield, New Hampshire. It is a single story wood frame structure, five bays wide and one deep, with a pyramidal hipped roof. A small woodshed is attached to the east (rear) end of the building, and there is a trellised front porch, added shortly after the buildings construction. The building was designed by noted New Yorkc City architect Charles A. Platt and built in 1901; it i...

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  Enfield is a town in Grafton County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 4,582 at the 2010 census. The town includes the villages of Enfield, Enfield Center, Upper Shaker Village, Lower Shaker Village, Lockehaven, and Montcalm.  

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