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Historic Sites in Seacoast, NH

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Nick Altschuller
In Boston, we have masterpieces at our doorstep and historical sites in our backyard. We're surrounded by the remarkable and the significant. Consequently, we can miss the oddities around us. The leaning tower of pizza. Stonehill College's museum dedicated to shovels. With this road trip you... read more
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A non-profit organization, the Exeter Historical Society offers regular programs of local historical inte... americanheritage.com

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Tuck Museum

Hampton, NH

History museum specializing in items pertaining to the history of hampton, NH. 5 building- Main Museum, Fire Mu... museumsusa.org

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Dalton Club

Newburyport, MA

Built in 1746 by Michael Dalton, later the residence of his son, Tristram Dalton, one of the first two United States ... hmdb.org

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In 1911, Swett-Ilsley House became the first property acquired by Historic New England, just a year aft... historicnewengland.org

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The Society maintains two facilities open to visitors: 1. The John Paul Jones House Museum commemorating the na... museumsusa.org

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Founders Park

Hampton, NH

Hampton's triangular-shaped park bounded by Landing Road, Park Avenue, and Cuss Lane (across Park Ave. from the... museumsusa.org

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Board Meetings open to public are held the second Tuesdays of each month starting at 6:45 pm at the Museum May-... museumsusa.org

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The Association of Historical Societies of New Hampshire, Inc was formed at a meeting held September 15, 1950 i... museumsusa.org

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Coffin House

Newbury, MA

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Coffin House chronicles the evolution of domestic life in rural New England over three centuries. The structure, ... trekaroo.com

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This cannon was presented by Captain George Leonard Smith, U.S.N. (1876-1951) to honor Exeter’s veterans of World War... hmdb.org

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About six miles offshore, these nine rocky islands served Europeans as a fishing station before the first mainland se... hmdb.org

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Josiah Bartlett

Kingston, NH

Distinguished participant in the founding of the Republic as signer of the Declaration of Independence and Articles o... hmdb.org

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Founded by Rev. John Wheelwright in 1638, Exeter was one of the four original towns in the colony. Following New Hamp... hmdb.org

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A grist mill built by Thomas Wilson in 1640. The island and site were granted to him by the town which reserved the r... hmdb.org

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Powder House

Exeter, NH

At this site on the Squamscott river stands the storehouse for the town’s powder used during the American Revolution ... hmdb.org

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The historic Town House of Exeter stood near this site. Here on January 5, 1776, the Provincial Congress adopted and ... hmdb.org

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