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Forts in New Hampshire, Colonial forts in New Hampshire, Buildings and structures in Coos County, New Hampshire, French and Indian War forts, American Revolutionary War forts, New Hampshire in the American Revolution, British forts in the United States, New Hampshire stubs, Hidden categories:, Wikipedia references cleanup from February 2013, All articles needing references cleanup, Articles covered by WikiProject Wikify from February 2013, All articles covered by WikiProject Wikify, Articles lac... Fort Wentworth was built by order of Benning Wentworth in 1755. The fort was built at the junction of the Upper Ammonoosuc River and Connecticut River, in Northumberland, New Hampshire, by soldiers of Colonel Joseph Blanchards New Hampshire Provincial Regiment including Robert Rogers. In 1759, Rogers Rangers returned here hoping for resupply after their raid on St. Francis, Quebec, but the fort had no garrison and no supplies. Rogers had to travel down the Connecticut River to Fort at Number 4 f...
 
Bridges over the Connecticut River, Stratford, New Hampshire, Maidstone, Vermont, Bridges completed in 1893, Bridges completed in 2005, Bridges in Coos County, New Hampshire, Buildings and structures in Essex County, Vermont, Transportation in Essex 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, Vermon...
The Stark Covered Bridge is a historic wooden covered bridge over the Upper Ammonoosuc River in Stark, New Hampshire. It carries a connecting roadway which joins the Northside Road to New Hampshire Route 110. The bridge was built in either 1857 or 1862 (sources differing), replacing a floating bridge that had been located a short way upstream. It is a two-span Paddleford truss bridge, which is a regional variant of the Long truss. It is 151 feet (46 m) long with a span of 138 feet (42 m), and is...
The Wilder-Holton House is a historic house museum at 226 Main Street in Lancaster, New Hampshire. Built in 1780, this two story timber frame house is believed to be the first two story house built in the area, and to be the oldest surviving house in Coos County. The house is a vernacular farmhouse, built by its first owner, Jonas Wilder, with framing that is more typical of barn construction. The upstairs of the house is a large open space, which was used in the 1790s for religious services bef...
 The Cohos Trail is a hiking trail running 162 miles (260 km) through northern New Hampshire in the United States, connecting the northern and southern ends of Coos County. It begins at Notchland, near Crawford Notch State Park, and follows a series of trails to the hamlet of Fabyans, then over Cherry Mountain to the town of Jefferson, over Mount Waumbek, along the Kilkenny Ridge Trail to Stark, through Nash Stream Forest to Dixville Notch, and north to the Connecticut Lakes and finally the Canad...
The William Dennis Weeks Memorial Library is a historic library building at 128 Main Street in Lancaster, New Hampshire, United States. The single story brick building was built in 1906 and enlarged in 1998. The original block measures 60 feet (18 m) by 40 feet (12 m), and is topped by a hipped roof which is pierced by a pair of chimneys. A central projecting entry pavilion dominates the front facades three bays, with a recessed entry topped by a transom window and a cornice in scrolled brackets...
The U.S. Post Office�Lancaster Main is a historic post office at 120 Main Street in Lancaster, New Hampshire. The single story brick building was built in 1935, and occupies a visually commanding location in the town center. The brick is laid in common bond, atop a granite base layer and water table. The center of the main facade projects from the main block, and features six pilasters of fluted granite construction topped by a raised parapet. The buildings symmetry is upset by the addition of...
 
Towns in Coos County, New Hampshire, Populated places established in 1763, County seats in New Hampshire, Berlin, New Hampshire micropolitan area, 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 April 2012, Commons category with local link same as on Wikid...Lancaster is a town in Coos County, New Hampshire, United States, on the Connecticut River named after Lancaster, England. As of the 2010 census, the town population was 3,507, the second largest in the county after Berlin. It is the county seat of Coos County and gateway to the Great North Woods Region. Lancaster, which includes the villages of Grange and South Lancaster, is home to Weeks State Park and the Lancaster Fair. Part of the White Mountain National Forest is in the eastern portion. Th...
 

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 The Bloomfield-Nulhegan River Route 102 Bridge is a historic bridge in Bloomfield, Vermont. It carries Vermont Route 102 over the Nulhegan River, near its mouth at the Connecticut River just south of Bloomfield Village. It is a six-panel single-span steel Pratt through truss bridge, resting on concrete abutments. Its length is 134 feet (41 m) and its width is 24 feet (7.3 m), with a portal clearance height of 15 feet (4.6 m). It stands about 10 feet (3.0 m) above the river. The bridge was built ...
 The Martin Homestead is a historic farmstead on U.S. Route 3 located 3 miles (5 km) north of North Stratford, New Hampshire. The main house of the farm is a well preserved 1.5 story plank-framed Cape house. The house may have been built c. 1830 by Joseph Martin, after he acquired the property in a tax sale, or it may already have been standing there. Although it has had some alteration, including a complete rebuilding of its central chimney, the house is the best-preserved period Cape in Stratfo...
  
Lancaster, New Hampshire, Lunenburg, Vermont, Covered bridges in New Hampshire, Covered bridges in Vermont, Bridges over the Connecticut River, Bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in New Hampshire, Bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in Vermont, Bridges completed in 1911, Wooden bridges in Vermont, Wooden bridges in New Hampshire, Visitor attractions in Coos County, New Hampshire, Bridges in Coos County, New Hampshire, Buildings and structures in Essex County, Ver...The Mount Orne Bridge is a covered bridge over the Connecticut River between Lancaster, New Hampshire and Lunenburg, Vermont. It joins Elm Street (New Hampshire Route 135) in Lancaster with River Road (Town Highway 1) in Lunenburg. It consists of two spans of wood-and-iron Howe trusses, resting on stone abutments and piers which have been partially faced in concrete. The overall length of the bridge is 267 feet (81 m), with the western span measuring 134 feet (41 m) and the eastern span one foot...
 
 Mount Weeks is a mountain located in Coos County, New Hampshire. The mountain is named for United States Senator John W. Weeks (1860�1926) of nearby Lancaster, New Hampshire, the sponsor of the Weeks Act of 1911, under which the White Mountain National Forest was established. Mt. Weeks is the northeasternmost of the Pliny Range of the White Mountains and the highest point within the city limits of Berlin, New Hampshire. Mount Weeks is flanked to the southwest by South Weeks, and faces Terrace ...
 
 
 

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The Waumbek Cottages Historic District is a historic district at 13, 18, 25, 36 Cottage Road and 14, 38 Starr King Road in Jefferson, New Hampshire. It consists of six summer cottages, the surviving elements of a colony which once included eleven, between U.S. Route 2 and Mount Starr King. The centerpiece of the colony was the grand Waumbek Hotel, which burned, along with three of the cottages, in 1928. These summer houses were built between 1890 and 1899 by either the hotel, members of its staf...
IUCN Category IV, National Wildlife Refuges in Massachusetts, National Wildlife Refuges in Vermont, National Wildlife Refuges in New Hampshire, National Wildlife Refuges in Connecticut, Protected areas established in 1997, Protected areas of Franklin County, Massachusetts, Protected areas of Hampden County, Massachusetts, Protected areas of Middlesex County, Connecticut, Connecticut River, Protected areas of Coos County, New Hampshire, Protected areas of Essex County, Vermont, Protected areas of...Silvio O. Conte National Fish and Wildlife Refuge was established in 1997 to conserve, protect and enhance the abundance and diversity of native plant, fish and wildlife species and the ecosystems on which they depend throughout the 7,200,000-acre (29,000 km2) Connecticut River watershed. The watershed covers large areas of Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Connecticut. It contains a great diversity of habitats, notably: northern forest valuable as nesting habitat for migrant thrushes, w...
  
 
Jericho Mountain State Park (also referred to as Jericho Lake State Park) is located in the White Mountains in Berlin, New Hampshire, United States. The park was created in 2005 with the acquisition by the New Hampshire Division of Forests and Lands of two abutting properties: a 230-acre (0.93 km2) city park centered on Jericho Lake, and a 7,200-acre (29 km2) piece of private property to the south. The city park was established in the 1970s with the construction of Jericho Lake, a flood control ...
 Granite Reliable Wind Farm is a 99-megawatt wind farm, opened in 2011 in Millsfield and Dixville, New Hampshire, in the northeast United States. Owned by Brookfield Renewable, it is the second major wind-power installation in the state of New Hampshire. Most of the electricity generated will be sold to utilities in Vermont, Central Vermont Public Service and Green Mountain Power. Power from the wind turbines is connected through three 34.5 kV lines to a substation and from there through a 115 kV...
 
 

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Covered bridges in Vermont, Covered bridges in New Hampshire, Lemington, Vermont, Bridges over the Connecticut River, Bridges completed in 1912, Bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in New Hampshire, Bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in Vermont, Visitor attractions in Coos County, New Hampshire, Bridges in Coos County, New Hampshire, Buildings and structures in Essex County, Vermont, Transportation in Essex County, Vermont, Visitor attractions in Essex County, Ve...
 
 The Wallace Farm (also known as Pioneer Farm) is a historic farm at 27 Wallace Road in Columbia, New Hampshire. The farmstead consists of a series of connected buildings, the oldest of which is the c. 1825 main house, and a separate dairy barn. The farm includes 125 acres (51 ha) of land. The house is a 2.5 story timber frame structure, that has an L shape, and exhibits Greek Revival styling. The interior was extensively restyled in the 1850s or 1860s. Attached to the main block is a series of t...
 
  
 
 Mt. Jasper Lithic Source is a historic site 1^1� miles northwest of the confluence of the Dead River and Androscoggin River in Berlin, New Hampshire. The site, owned by the city of Berlin, encompasses a triangular area from the summit of Mount Jasper to points on the Dead River. The site is historically and archaeologically important as a source of rhyolite, and was identified in the 19th century as a Native American source of the stone. Archaeological investigation of the area conducted in th...
  
 
 
 
The Holy Resurrection Orthodox Church (Russian: Св��о-�о�к�е�ен�ка� ��аво�лавна� Це�ков�, tr. Svyato-Voskresenskaya Pravoslavnaya Tserkov) is a historic Eastern Orthodox Church building on Petrograd Street in Berlin, New Hampshire. The church is known locally as The Russian Church because it was built in 1915 by Russian immigrants who were mostly from the provinces of Grodno, Volyn, and Minsk in modern-day Belarus and Ukraine. The church closed ...

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Berlin- �b�rlɨn- is a city along the Androscoggin River in Coos County in northern New Hampshire, United States. The population was 10,051 at the 2010 census. It includes the village of Cascade. Located on the edge of the White Mountains, the citys boundaries extend into the White Mountain National Forest. Berlin is home to the Moffett House, Northern Forest Heritage Park, the Berlin Fish Hatchery, and the White Mountains Community College, a member of the Community College System of New Ha...
  
 
 
 
  
 
 
 

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  Groveton is a census-designated place (CDP) in the town of Northumberland in Coos County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 1,118 at the 2010 census. It is located at the intersection of U.S. Route 3 and New Hampshire Route 110.  

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