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New Hampshire's Historic Sites



Bedell Bridge State Park-
Daniel Webster Birthplace-
Eisenhower Memorial Wayside Park-
Fort Constitution Historic Site-
Fort Stark Historic Site-
Franklin Pierce Homestead-
Hannah Duston Memorial-
Robert Frost Farm-
Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site-
Wentworth-Coolidge Mansion-

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Recreation - Recreational activities at historic sites include visitor centers, interpretive programs and viewing of historic buildings and locations.

Location - The location of historic sites is available along with driving instructions and a map on each of the wildernet pages describing an individual site.


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New Hampshire - New Hampshire is characterized by its spectacular beauty, rich heritage, and the strength of its people. The gorgeous landscape ranges from the Atlantic Ocean, White Mountains, rolling farmland, glorious lakes and rivers and quaint New England villages. New Hampshire also holds the distinction of having the longest wooden covered bridge in the country, the Cornish-Windsor Covered Bridge (built in 1866) spans the Connecticut River.

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