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23 New Hampshire National Historic Landmarks

Augustus Saint-Gaudens Memorial (Cornish) - 8/18/1996
The home, gardens, and studios of one of America's foremost sculptors
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Canterbury Shaker Village (Canterbury) - 4/22/2022
Canterbury Shaker Village (Canterbury) One of the most intact and authentic surviving of a number of Shaker communities founded in the 19th century
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Daniel Webster Family Home (Franklin) - 4/22/2022
The farmhouse and summer home of the 19th century lawyer, politician, and orator who owned it from 1829 until his death
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Epic of American Civilization (The)Plaque (Hanover) - 4/21/2022
A 1932 mural by the social realist painter José Clemente consisting of a series of 24 fresco panels on the impact of both Native Americans and European colonists on North America
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Franklin Pierce HomesteadPlaque (Hillsborough) - 7/7/2010
The childhood home of the fourteenth President, built in 1804 by his father Benjamin
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Governor John Langdon Mansion (Portsmouth) - 6/13/2021
Built in 1784 by the merchant, shipbuilder, Revolutionary War general, signer of the Constitution, and three-term President (Governor) of New Hampshire
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Harrisville Historic DistrictPlaque (Harrisville) - 4/23/2022
A well-preserved historic New England mill village, originally including a grist mill, sawmill, and textile mill
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John Paul Jones HousePlaque (Portsmouth) - 6/13/2021
Most significant as the only known surviving structure in the U.S. associated with the Revolutionary War naval hero, who was resident in the boardinghouse 1781-82
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John Sullivan House (Durham) - 6/13/2021
The Georgian house was the home of the Revolutionary War General, who later became President (Governor) of New Hampshire
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Josiah Bartlett HousePlaque (Kingston) - 6/13/2021
The house was built by the signer of the Declaration of Independence in 1774, and he died there in 1795
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Ladd-Gilman HousePlaque (Exeter) - 6/13/2021
The house is known principally for its association with Nicholas Gilman, Jr., a signer of the Constitution and U.S. senator from New Hampshire
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MacDowell ColonyPlaque (Peterborough) - 4/23/2022
An artist's residency program founded in 1907 by composer Edward MacDowell and his wife, pianist and philanthropist Marian MacDowell
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MacPheadris-Warner HousePlaque (Portsmouth) - 9/12/2022
Built 1716–1718, it is the oldest urban brick house, and one of the finest early-Georgian urban brick houses, in New England
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Matthew Thornton HousePlaque (Derry) - 6/13/2021
The 1740 to 1779 New England saltbox home of the signer of the Declaration of Independence
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Moffatt-Ladd HousePlaque (Portsmouth) - 9/12/2022
The 1763 Georgian house was the home of William Whipple, a signer of the Declaration of Independence
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Mount Washington Hotel (Bretton Woods) - 4/22/2022
Constructed between 1900 and 1902 by Joseph Stickney, it is one of the last surviving grand hotels in the White Mountains
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Richard Jackson House (Portsmouth) - 6/13/2021
Considered the oldest house in NH, it was built in the mid-1600s by the woodworker, farmer, and mariner on an inlet off the Piscataqua River
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Robert Frost Homestead (Derry) - 6/13/2021
This connected farm built in 1884 was the home of the poet from 1900 to 1911
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Salmon P. Chase Birthplace (Cornish) - 4/21/2022
Built in 1790, it is the only known building related to the U.S. Senator and Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
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USS Albacore (Submarine)(Portsmouth) - 6/13/2021
A unique research submarine that pioneered the American version of the teardrop hull form of modern submarines
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Wentworth-Coolidge MansionPlaque (Portsmouth) - 6/13/2021
Completed around 1753, the 40-room clapboard house was built as the home, offices and working farm of colonial Governor Benning Wentworth of New Hampshire
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Wentworth-Gardner HousePlaque (Portsmouth) - 6/13/2021
One of the finest extant examples of high-style Georgian architecture in New England, playing a role in the architectural preservation movement of the early 20th century
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