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Woodsville is a census-designated place (CDP) in the town of Haverhill in Grafton County, New Hampshire, U.S., along the Connecticut River at the mouth of the Ammonoosuc River. The population was 1,126 at the 2010 census. Although North Haverhill is now the county seat of Grafton County, the village of Woodsville has traditionally been considered the county seat, as the county courthouse was originally located there. The county buildings are now located halfway between Woodsville and the village...
The Woodsville Opera Building is a historic commercial and performance building at 67 Central Street in Woodsville, New Hampshire, the commercial center of the town of Haverhill. The three story brick building occupies a prominent location in the business district; its most distinctive feature, a four story clock tower at the corner of Central and Court Streets, makes it a local landmark. It has Romanesque Revival and Panel Brick styling, and was built in 1890 by E. B. Mann and the Woodsville Op...
Covered bridges in New Hampshire, Bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in New Hampshire, Bridges completed in 1829, Bridges in Grafton County, New Hampshire, Visitor attractions in Grafton County, New Hampshire, Road bridges in New Hampshire, New Hampshire Registered Historic Place stubs, Northeastern United States bridge (structure) stubs, New Hampshire building and structure stubs, New Hampshire transportation stubs, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, All stub articles...
Bridges over the Connecticut River, Woodsville, New Hampshire, Wells River, Vermont, Bridges completed in 1917, Bridges completed in 1923, Bridges in Grafton County, New Hampshire, Buildings and structures in Orange County, Vermont, Transportation in Orange County, Vermont, Road bridges in New Hampshire, Road bridges in Vermont, Northeastern United States bridge (structure) stubs, New Hampshire building and structure stubs, New Hampshire transportation stubs, Vermont building and structure stubs...
Bridges over the Connecticut River, Woodsville, New Hampshire, Wells River, Vermont, Bridges completed in 1903, Bridges in Grafton County, New Hampshire, Buildings and structures in Orange County, Vermont, Transportation in Orange County, Vermont, Road bridges in New Hampshire, Road 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 st...
The Daniel Carr House is a historic house on Brier Hill Road in Haverhill, New Hampshire. The main block of the 2.5 story wood frame house was built c. 1825-30, probably by John Carr, and was attached to an earlier 1.5 story structure built by Daniel Carr c. 1796, which was rebuilt in the 1980s. The house is most significant for the high quality folk murals drawn on its walls, most likely by the itinerant artist Rufus Porter between 1825 and 1830. The house underwent a major restoration effort i...
 
Covered bridges in New Hampshire, Bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in New Hampshire, Bridges completed in 1832, Bridges in Grafton County, New Hampshire, Visitor attractions in Grafton County, New Hampshire, Road bridges in New Hampshire, Historic American Engineering Record in New Hampshire, New Hampshire Registered Historic Place stubs, Northeastern United States bridge (structure) stubs, New Hampshire building and structure stubs, New Hampshire transportation stubs, Hidden ...
The Brick Store, on Lisbon Road in Bath, New Hampshire, claims to be the oldest continuously operating general store in the United States. The initial construction date of this brick two-story structure is uncertain, and was claimed to be 1804 by a 1937 reference work. Its predominantly Federal styling supports a date in this timeframe. It is known through other documentation to have been standing in 1814, and was damaged by fire in 1824. Repairs at that time probably included the addition of Gr...
Covered bridges in New Hampshire, Bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in New Hampshire, Bridges completed in 1849, Visitor attractions in Grafton County, New Hampshire, Bridges in Grafton County, New Hampshire, Road bridges in New Hampshire, 1849 establishments in New Hampshire, New Hampshire Registered Historic Place stubs, Northeastern United States bridge (structure) stubs, New Hampshire building and structure stubs, New Hampshire transportation stubs, Hidden categories:, Coor...The Swiftwater Covered Bridge is a historic covered bridge which carries Valley Road over the Wild Ammonoosuc River in Bath, New Hampshire. The bridge, the fourth on the site, was built in 1849, and is a locally distinctive single-span Paddleford truss design, with laminated arches and steel beam reinforcements added in the 20th century. The bridge has an overall length of 1738 and two clear spans of 776 and 576. The roadbed is 146 wide, with a vertical clearance of 129. It rests on lightly-mort...
 
 
The Jeremiah Hutchins Tavern is a historic former tavern on United States Route 302 in northwestern Bath, New Hampshire. The two story hip-roofed wood frame building, now a private residence, was built c. 1794, and is the best-preserved transitional Georgian-Federal building in the town. Jeremiah Hutchins was one of Baths early settlers, and he and his descendants were leading citizens of the town. The building is roughly square, with a kitchen ell extending from one side. It originally had entr...
 
 

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Bridges over the Connecticut River, Covered bridges in New Hampshire, Covered bridges in Vermont, Newbury, Vermont, Bridge disasters in the United States, Bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in New Hampshire, Bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in Vermont, Wooden bridges in New Hampshire, Wooden bridges in Vermont, Bridges in Grafton County, New Hampshire, Visitor attractions in Grafton County, New Hampshire, Buildings and structures in Orange County, Vermont, Tra...The Bedell Bridge was a Burr truss covered bridge that spanned the Connecticut River between Newbury, Vermont and Haverhill, New Hampshire. Until its most recent destruction in 1979, it was, with a total length of 382 feet (116 m), the second-longest covered bridge in the United States. The bridge was divided into two spans of roughly equal length, and rested on a central pier and shore abutments constructed from mortared rough stone. The eastern abutment has been shored up by the addition of a ...
Towns in Grafton County, New Hampshire, County seats in New Hampshire, Populated places established in 1763, Populated places on the Connecticut River, Towns in New Hampshire, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, Articles needing additional references from April 2012, All articles needing additional references, All articles with unsourced statements, Articles with unsourced statements from May 2011, Articles with unsourced statements from April 2012, Commons category without a link on Wi...Haverhill is a town in Grafton County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 4,697 at the 2010 census. Haverhill includes the villages of Woodsville, Pike, and North Haverhill, the historic town center at Haverhill Corner, and the district of Mountain Lakes. Located here are Bedell Bridge State Park, Black Mountain State Forest, Kinder Memorial Forest, and Oliverian Valley Wildlife Preserve. It is home to the annual North Haverhill Fair, and to a branch of the New Hampshire Community ...
The Haverhill Corner Historic District encompasses the early civic center of Haverhill, New Hampshire, United States. The district is focused on the junction of New Hampshire Route 10 and Court Street, which was historically a major through route. Court Street is flanked at the junction by a pair of large grassy common areas which are bounded by School Street and Route 10. Buildings, predominantly Federal in character and built in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, are arrayed around these ...
 
  
 
 
 

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The Sawyer-Medlicott House is a historic house at the junction of Bradford and River Roads in Piermont, New Hampshire. The 2-1- 2 story brick house was built c. 1820, and is the only Federal style brick building in the town. The house was built for Joseph Sawyer, a real estate speculator and politician. The brick was laid predominantly in common bond, with some rows laid in stretcher bond for variety. Four slender chimneys pierce the gabled roof. The main facade, which faces east, has five bays,...
The Piermont Bridge carries New Hampshire Route 25 over the Connecticut River between Piermont, New Hampshire and Bradford, Vermont. It is a Pennsylvania steel through truss bridge, built by the Boston Bridge Works in 1928. The bridge consists of a single span with a clear span of 352 and an overall length of 35410. The roadbed is 207 wide, with a vertical clearance of 147. The bridge is approximately 25 above the river. The western (Vermont) abutment is made of split granite quarried from nearb...
 
 
The Lost River Reservation (also known as the Lost River Gorge & Boulder Caves) is a series of caves in the White Mountains in Woodstock, New Hampshire, United States. Located 5 miles (8 km) west of the village of North Woodstock on New Hampshire Route 112, Lost River Reservation is set in Kinsman Notch. One of the White Mountains major passes, Kinsman Notch lies between Mount Moosilauke and Kinsman Ridge at just under 2,000 feet (600 m) above sea level. Lost River Reservation is owned by the So...
The Kinsman Range, also known as the Cannon�Kinsman Range, is located in the White Mountains of New Hampshire in the United States. The highest point in the north-south range is 4,358-foot-high (1,328 m) Kinsman Mountain, followed by the 4,293-foot (1,309 m) North Peak of Kinsman, and 4,080-foot (1,240 m) Cannon Mountain, one of the richest in rock climbing routes in the Whites. All are official Four-thousand footers. 3,478-foot (1,060 m) Mount Wolf is on the crest of the range south of Kinsma...
 
Moosilauke Ravine Lodge is a cabin complex on the side of Mount Moosilauke in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. The main lodge structure, built on the site of old horse stables, was completed in 1938 under the direction of woodsman C. Ross McKenney from native spruce cut on the mountain. It was originally intended as a ski lodge, and hosted some of the nations earliest competitive skiing. However, the harsh New Hampshire winters made heating the large log structure a severe challenge and dur...

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The Abbie Greenleaf Library is the public library in Franconia, New Hampshire. It is located at 439 Main St. in the center of the main village, in a Jacobethan building designed by William H. McLean and built in 1912. The building was a gift to the town from Charles Greenleaf and named in honor of his wife. Greenleaf was owner of the Profile House, a major resort hotel in Franconia. The library had an addition designed by Carter and Woodruff of Nashua built in 1971. The building was listed on th...
Reservoirs in New Hampshire, Reservoirs in Vermont, Concord, Vermont, Waterford, Vermont, Lakes of Coos County, New Hampshire, Lakes of Grafton County, New Hampshire, Protected areas of Caledonia County, Vermont, Protected areas of Essex County, Vermont, Protected areas of Coos County, New Hampshire, Dams in New Hampshire, Dams in Vermont, TransCanada Corporation dams, Dams completed in 1956, Lakes of Caledonia County, Vermont, Lakes of Essex County, Vermont, New Hampshire geography stubs, Vermo...
 
 Lovetts by Lafayette Brook, or Lovetts Inn, is a historic farmstead and inn on Profile Road in Franconia, New Hampshire, United States. It is one of a few surviving 19th century hostelries in the state. The structure is estimated to have been built around 1820 by Nicholas Powers, one of the first settlers of the area. It consists of a pair of 1 1� story Cape style buildings that have been joined, offset by about 12 feet (3.7 m). It was originally a farmhouse, but was converted for use as an in...
 The Cannon Balls is a mountain ridge located in Grafton County, New Hampshire. It is part of the Kinsman Range of the White Mountains. The ridge has three peaks with elevations of, from west to east, 3,693, 3,660, and 3,769 feet (1,125, 1,115 and 1,148 meters). The ridge takes its name from adjacent Cannon Mountain, on which a series of boulders, when viewed from the foot of the mountain, resemble an antique artillery cannon. The Cannon Balls are flanked to the northeast by Cannon Mountain, and ...
  
Cannon Mountain Ski Area is a state-owned ski resort located on Cannon Mountain in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, United States. Cannon is located within Franconia Notch State Park and offers 10 lifts servicing 265 acres (1.07 km2) of skiing (168 with snowmaking). Cannon has 23 miles (37 km) of trails and a north-northeast exposure and has the only aerial tram in New Hampshire. Cannon has the most vertical of any ski area in New Hampshire, 2,330 feet (710 m), and the seventh largest in Ne...
Thayers Hotel is a historic hotel building at 136 Main Street in downtown Littleton, New Hampshire. The 3 1� story wood frame building was built in 1843, and was a precursor of the grand resort hotels that were later built in northern New Hampshire. It is a prominent structure in downtown Littleton, with a Greek temple front that has three story Doric columns supporting a full entablature and frieze. It has a steeply pitched gable roof with seven gable dormers piercing each side of the roof, a...
The U.S. Post Office and Courthouse-Littleton Main, also known as Littleton Main Post Office, in Littleton, New Hampshire, was built in 1933. The three story masonry building is an imposing presence on Main Street. It is built out of variegated brick laid in English bond, and trimmed with white marble. Its Colonial Revival facade has a central projecting section that frames a recessed entranceway on the ground floor, and a full Doric temple front on the upper two floors. It served historically a...
The Burt-Cheney Farm is a historic farmstead on United States Route 302 in Bethlehem, New Hampshire. The main farm house is a rare early Cape style house, whose oldest part was built c. 1810 by Simeon Burt, one of the first settlers in the area. The building was expanded by Burt in 1817 to achieve the main blocks present center-chimney appearance. A stone wall lines the property along the road, and there are several outbuildings, some of which date to earliest days of the farms settlement. The f...
 

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The Littleton Town Building, also known as the Littleton Opera House, is a historic municipal building at 1 Union Street in Littleton, New Hampshire. Built on a steep embankment overlooking the Ammonoosuc River in 1894-5, the wood frame structure presents five stories to its rear (facing the river) and three on the front. Its most prominent feature is the six-sided tower rising above its northwest corner. When built the structure housed all manner of municipal services, including fire, police, l...
The Edward H. Lane House is a historic house at 16 Cottage Street in Littleton, New Hampshire. It is a somewhat typical connected New England farmstead, with a main house joined to a barn by a number of additions. The oldest portion of the farmstead is a 1 1� story wood frame Cape style structure built c. 1830-50 in the Greek Revival period. It is now an ell to the larger Queen Anne main house, a more elaborately decorated 2 1� story wood frame structure with turret and decorated gables. The...
 
Franconia Notch State Park is located in the White Mountains in northern New Hampshire, United States, and straddles 8 miles (13 km) of Interstate 93 as it passes through Franconia Notch, a mountain pass between the Kinsman Range and Franconia Range. Attractions in the state park include the Flume Gorge and visitor center, the Old Man of the Mountain historical site, fishing in Echo Lake and Profile Lake, and miles of hiking, biking and ski trails. The northern part of the park, including Cannon...
 
 
The Samuel Morey Memorial Bridge is a historic bridge carrying New Hampshire Route 25A across the Connecticut River between Orford, New Hampshire and Fairlee, Vermont. The steel through-arch bridge was built in 1937-38 to replace an older wooden bridge which had been damaged by flooding in 1936. It spans 432 feet (132 m), stands about 35 feet (11 m) above the river, and its arches rise 85 feet (26 m) above the roadway. It rests on poured concrete abutments that have a light Art Deco or Moderne s...
The Orford Street Historic District encompasses a particularly attractive stretch of Orford Street (New Hampshire Route 10) in Orford, New Hampshire. It was described as early as the 18th century as the most charming country village, with a tree-lined promenade that is still a focus of the town center. The district consists of about 0.5 miles (0.80 km) of Orford Street, between its junctions with New Hampshire Route 25A and Archertown Road, and was listed on the National Register of Historic Pla...
Felsengarten is a historic summer house on Lewis Hill Road in Bethlehem, New Hampshire. The two story house was built between 1896 and 1900, and was the summer residence of German-American conductor Theodore Thomas and his wife Rose Fay. Thomas was an influential figure in popularizing classical orchestral music in the United States during the 19th century. Felsengarten (German for stone garden) houses an extensive collection of Thomas books and papers, and the gardens laid out by him and his wi...
 

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  Woodsville High School, in Woodsville, New Hampshire, is a public secondary school located in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, serving the towns of Haverhill (including North Haverhill, East Haverhill, Woodsville, and Mountain Lakes), Bath, Warren, Piermont, and Benton.  

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