GRANITE STATE STORIES

William Whipple was one of three signers of the Declaration of Independence from New Hampshire, along with Josiah Bartlett and Matthew Thornton.A...

Located in Salem, Canobie Lake Park has been a summer destination for more than 100 years.It was built as a trolley park, one of hundreds...

The outbreak of the Civil War in 1861 prompted state and federal officials to reexamine the fort system that protected the harbors of the northeast...

Hollywood descended on the Lakes Region to film the 1981 movie On Golden Pond on Squam Lake.Adapted from screenwriter Ernest Thompson’s 1979 play...

In July 1851, the first trains arrived in Gorham on the newly constructed Atlantic and St. Lawrence Railroad route from Portland, Maine, to...

The New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts was established as a land-grant institution in 1866.It was located in Hanover until...

The first credit union in the United States opened its doors in 1908 to serve the primarily Franco-American mill workers in Manchester.For $5, the...

On Sept. 28, 1859, a mob of laborers, loggers and farmers carrying axes and iron rods attempted to destroy a dam across an outlet of Lake...

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