Rowell's Bridge on the Contoocook River in West Hopkinton New Hampshire. The bridge was built in 1853 by Horace Childs of with the help of his brothers Enoch and Warren. Rowell's Bridge is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Stone Arch Gleason Falls Bridge in Hillsborough, New Hampshire was built in the 1840's.
The Chain Bridge over the Merrimack River from Newburyport to Deer Island. Site of the first suspension bridge in the U.S. The house to the left of the bridge was the former home of writer Harriet Prescott Spofford.
Revolutionary War Monument at Nottingham Square New Hampshire. Revolutionary Generals Henry Dearborn, Thomas Bartlett, Henry Butler and Joseph Cilley all lived in Nottingham.
Old Carr Bridge 101413 D5K (33) TM
At the Point of Graves Burial Ground in Portsmouth New Hampshire
Old Burying Yard, York Village, Maine
Plaque on Fort Constitution in New Castle New Hampshire site of the first victory of the American Revolution.
The Stone Arch Gleason Falls Bridge in Hillsborough, New Hampshire was built in the 1840's. This bridge still easily handles traffic.
This double arch bridge in Hillsborough New Hampshire, known as the Old Carr Bridge, built by Captain Jonathan Carr in 1840, and allegedly paid for with counterfeit money! This mortar-free span crosses Beard's Brook at a popular fly fishing spot.
Old Hill Burying Ground in Newburyport Massachusetts
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Strawberry Banke, Portsmouth New Hampshire
The Chain Bridge over the Merrimack River from Newburyport to Deer Island. Site of the first suspension bridge in the U.S.
Fitz John Porter Monument in Portsmouth New Hampshire
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Hannah Duston monument in Haverhill Massachusetts
The Dalton Bridge in Warner New Hampshire is one of the oldest standing covered bridges in use today.