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To the people, particularly the farmers of New-Hampshire
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InNew Hampshire returned to its status as a Royal Province, but this lasted only until when it again became part of Massachusetts. New Hampshire regained independence—from Massachusetts, not from England—in At that time, the people elected Benning Wentworth as its own governor and remained under his leadership until New Hampshire farms produce many specialty and horticultural crops for markets both within and beyond the state.
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New Hampshire has been home to its fair share of authors. Read more to learn about 20 authors both past and present who have ties to the Granite State. When New Hampshire author John Brighton was six years old, his family bought a lakeside farm in Washington, a small town in New Hampshire's Sullivan County.
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state of New Hampshire: This is a dynamic list and may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. The New Hampshire register, farmer's almanac and business directory Paperback – March 6, by Books Group (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Leather Bound "Please retry" $ $ — Author: Books Group. When New Hampshire author John Brighton was six years old, his family bought a lakeside farm in Washington, a small town in New Hampshire's Sullivan County.
There. By the late 19th century, thousands of farms in New Hampshire had been abandoned or simply failed. When the plowing stopped, trees sprouted and wood industries followed.
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Meet these individuals who represent their companies and their fields, making New Hampshire a great place to live and do business face to face. Everyone should know the faces of New Hampshire. “ One of the best local, country farm in New Hampshire visited by bus load of trouist especially diuring the pumpkin season for gret phot ops and good local farm fruits and vegiatbles.
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InNew Hampshire farmers harvested more than million pounds of apples. That’s more than $6 million worth of apples.
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