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State Beaches
Ellacoya State Beach - Gilford, NH
Jenness State Beach - Rye, NH
Kingston State Beach - Kingston, NH
North Hampton State Beach - Hampton, NH
Silver Lake State Beach - Hollis, NH
Sunapee State Beach - Newbury, NH
Wadleigh State Beach - Sutton, NH
Wallis Sands State Beach - Rye, NH
Wellington State Beach - Bristol, NH
Wentworth State Beach - Wolfeboro, NH



Historic Sites
Daniel Webster Birthplace - Franklin, NH
Endicott Rock Historic Site - Derry, NH
Fort Constitution Historic Site - New Castle, NH
Fort Stark Historic Site - New Castle, NH
Franklin Pierce Homestead - Hillsboro, NH
Governor Wentworth Historic Site - Wolfeboro, NH
Hannah Duston Memorial - Boscawen, NH
John Wingate Weeks Estate - Lancaster, NH
Robert Frost Farm - Derry, NH
Saint-Gaudens National Historical Site - Cornish, NH
Wentworth-Coolidge Mansion - Portsmouth, NH


New Hampshire was named for Hampshire, England, by Captain John Mason.

The Lakes Region: the name alone stirs memories of blissful, sunny days spent on the water, the joy of vacations, boat rides and camp, when everything moved at a slow summer simmer; and you connected with people and places that still resonate within you today. Summer may be the Lakes Region’s best-known season, but wrap the hillsides in spring green, the blazing colors of fall or a thick blanket of snow, and it is every bit as magical. While there are 273 lakes and ponds in the Lakes Region, one lake dominates them all: Lake Winnipesaukee.

The Seacoast Region: New Hampshire's seacoast captures the essence of New England's oceanfront. In just 18 miles of coastline, there are long, sandy beaches, working ports, offshore islands, surf-stung rocks, and popular resort towns and villages that date back nearly four hundred years. Many visitors begin their tours of New Hampshire along the coast, drawn by the sound and scent of the sea, and intrigued by all the region offers.


Book Description
Rely on the Atlas & Gazetteer for the utmost in trip planning and backcountry access. Each volume contains topographic maps with unbeatable detail, plus gazetteer information on great places to go and things to do. Scale equals 1:100,000 or 1"=1.6 miles. Contour Interval 100'. Each page covers 15.3 miles x 22.2 miles, and includes GPS Grids & tick marks and Index Placenames & map features. In addition there are Street Maps of 68 cities & towns and a Gazetteer section on the White Mountains National Forest. 63 pages of maps, 80 pages total in this book. Gazetteer categories include Attractions, Campgrounds, Coldwater fishing, Cross-country skiing, Downhill skiing, Golf courses, Hiking, Historic sites and Museums, Hunting, National lands, Paddling, Scenic and cultural byways, State lands, Unique natural features, and Warmwater fishing. The White Mountain National Forest Gazetteer includes 4000 Footers, AMC huts, Hiking, Picnic areas, Campgrounds and Scenic ! drives.


From Publishers Weekly
The "creators" of last year's bestselling America 24/7 have gone granular. This volume is one of 50 (one for each state) being published this fall, and it features the same sort of colorful, slice-of-life images (snapped by a team of photo editors) that distinguished America 24/7. While many of these photos could have been taken anywhere—e.g., a portrait of a marching band, a shot of teenagers hanging out at a local soda fountain; the depiction of a puppy untying a man's shoelace—others distinctly evoke the state whose motto is "Live Free or Die." In one photo, a Korean War vet puts flags on soldiers' graves; in another, a third-grader records the inscription on the headstone of a Revolutionary War captain. Some photos show off New Hampshire's natural beauty: Regi Whitney sunbathes next to an azure pond in Pillsbury State Park, and Skip Morris navigates a boat down the Winnipesaukee River. Smolan and Cohen divide the book by theme ("Hearth and Home"; "New Hampshire at Play"; "Reason to Believe"; etc.) and give paragraph-long captions identifying each photo's subject. They have a keen sense of the absurdity and beauty found in everyday life and present an intriguing portrait of Americana.
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Book Description
Following the success of The New York Times bestseller America 24/7, DK is publishing 50 books that showcase the best photographs from each state - all to be published on the same day. Each individual book includes 95% new photography and is a unique peronal expression of state pride.
Product Description:
"New Hampshire is what New England was" or so say the local residents in this part of the country. Quintessential New England is reflected in charming and historic Portsmouth, a small city that Money Magazine frequently calls "one of the ten best places to live". In the autumn, the Fall Color Report gives thousands of visiting ‘leaf peepers’ a chance to find the very best foliage in the state. Take a ride on the Cog Railroad to the top of Mt. Washington and experience the worst weather in the United States. Learn about the history of New Hampshire’s Grand Hotel Resorts and their comeback in contemporary times. Pull off the highway into one of America’s original roadside attractions - Clark’s Trading Post. Run by the Clark family since the 1930’s, it began with Eskimo dogs and now features trained bears and a variety of other attractions. All aboard the Café Lafayette Dinner Train – a restaurant with a constantly changing view. Meet Peter Limmer’s who’s customs boots have been on top of nearly every major mountain peak in the world and if you want to order a pair you’ll have to wait 42 months! Take a tour of Canterbury Shaker Village and step back in time to America’s oldest general store in Bath, NH. Since 1792 it’s been one of the most recognized periodicals ever published. Visit Yankee Publishing and learn the hidden secrets of The Old Farmer’s Almanac.



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