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New Hampshire
Art, History & Archaeology Sites & Museums

One of the original 13 colonies that broke from Britain to form the United States, New Hampshire lies in the country’s New England region. Prior to European colonisation, the area was predominantly home to Algonquian-speaking peoples like the Abenaki. English settlements appeared in the 17th century, with the name ‘New Hampshire’ referring to the county of Hampshire in southern England. In 1679 it separated from Massachusetts to form its own colonial province. An eager participant in the American Revolution, it became a state in 1788. During the 19th and early 20th centuries New Hampshire absorbed many further immigrants from various parts of Europe, newcomers who largely congregated in the state’s industrial urban centres.

Archaeology & History Sites in New Hampshire

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Museums & Art Galleries in New Hampshire

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