New Hampshire

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New Hampshire

New Hampshire is one of the original 13 states, first settled in 1623.

Old Man Of The Mountain, New Hampshire (rock no longer exists)
New Hampshire

It covers 24 097 km2 (9304 sq miles) in the north-east, between Massachusetts and Maine; its western boundary with Vermont is the Connecticut River. It is mostly woodland.

he White Mountains rise to 1917 m (6288 ft) in the north, and there are several lakes, of which the largest is Winnipesaukee. Agriculture concentrates on dairying, greenhouse products and eggs, and machinery and textiles are the main manufactures. CONCORD is the state capital; the only port, Portsmouth, is also a naval base.

Concord USA

State capital of New Hampshire. It lies in the south of the state, about 100 km (60 miles) north and slightly west of the city of Boston. In the early 19th century Concord gave its name to a type of stagecoach. Quarries nearby provided stone for the Library of the Congress building in Washington DC.

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