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New Hampshire [ imenica {geologija} ]
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A state in New England; one of the original colonies; Also called: Granite State.
One of the British colonies that formed the United States.
State in NE US; nicknamed Granite State
area 24,0sq km/9,2sq mi
capital Concord
towns and cities Manchester, Nashua

features the Connecticut River, forming the boundary with Vermont; the White Mountains, the highest mountains in New England, including Mount Washington (1,9m/6,2ft) with its cog railroad (186the world’s first mountain climbing railroad), and the Old Man of the Mountains, a rocky formation resembling the profile of a man, above Profile Lake, Franconia Notch; Mount Monadnock; km/mi of sea coast, including Hampton Beach, with a 5-km/3-mi boardwalk, and Great Bay estuary; whale watching; Isle of Shoals, with a religious conference center on Star Island, and the home of 19th-century poet Celia Thaxter on Appledore Island; Lake Winnipesaukee, with over 2inhabited islands; over 8forested; ski and tourist resorts; Odiorne Point state park, Rye, site of the first settlement; Fort Constitution at Newcastle, a British fort raided by rebels 17who used the stolen gunpowder against the British at the Battle of Bunker Hill; Strawbery Banke, Portsmouth, an outdoor museum of over historic buildings
; Exeter, settled 163the Colonial capital during the American Revolution, with 18th-and 19th-century houses, Gilman Garrison House (c. 1690), and Phillips Exeter Academy (founded 1781); Dartmouth College (1769), at Hanover, with murals by the Mexican artist Orozco in the Baker Memorial Library; farm at Derry, home of the poet Robert Frost, who wrote ‘New Hampshire’ (1923); home of Mary Baker Eddy, founder of Christian Science, at Concord; Cathedral of the Pines, Rindge, an outdoor cathedral dedicated to the war dead; Currier Gallery of Art, Manchester; Saint Gaudens national historic site, Cornish; MacDowell Colony at Peterborough, founded 19for writers and composers; the earliest presidential primaries; the only state with no state income tax or sales tax
industries dairy, poultry, fruits, and vegetables; electrical and other machinery; pulp and paper
famous people Mary Baker Eddy, Robert Frost
history settled as a fishing colony near Rye and Dover 162separated from Massachusetts colony 167As leaders in the Revolutionary cause, its leaders received the honor of being the first to declare independence from Britain 4 July 177It became a state 178one of the original states.
In the 19th century, abundant water power allowed textile mills to flourish, but the industry later declined. The state experienced rapid growth after 197as people and industry— especially high-technology businesses—moved N from the Boston area into S New Hampshire.



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