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New Hampshire

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Parent Category: United States of America
New Hampshire is located in the northeastern part of the US, bordered by the Canadian province of Quebec in the north. It ranks 42nd most populous state in the US, with an estimated population of 1.3 million as of 2010.

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%DETAILS% Vermont was considered a part of New Hampshire for many years. At one time, western Vermont was considered part of New York!   From 1778-84, Hanover and a number of towns in Grafton County seceeded from New Hampshire. They flirted briefly with the idea of forming a separate state…
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Founded by John Mason by establishing a fishing village at present day Rye 1n 1623.
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Captain John Wheelwright founded Exeter New Hampshire in 1638. David Thomson founded the fishing village at Rye in 1623 that some call Odiorne's Point which did not get that name until after about 1665. Captain John Mason held the 1629 land Grant but he never saw New Hampshire. Some credit Edward an…
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NO. There is a US Federal regulation that stipulates the quality and minimum octane rating for ALL gas sold in the USA. the only difference is the taxes applied by each state Missouri is usually one the lowest on taxes check this website out for more info http://zfacts.com/p/35.HTML There IS, how…
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Most of New England was settled by the English. Inventing new names for the places they settled was never a high priority. In fact, it is very rare for anyone to think up a "new name". I'll bet your name is the same name shared by thousands of people. When the settlers from England had a new place t…
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According to Sanford Hoadley Cobb's book The rise of religious liberty in America: a history, the answer is no, they did not. See the link.Church of England.
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they came for trade, religious freedom and a better living and also came for new land they were looking for economic opportunities
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New Hampshire does not have sales taxes on cars sold to New Hampshire buyers, so there are no taxes there. However, you will have to check into laws and tax codes in your province about purchasing cars, as well as US-Canada laws concerning international purchasing. Most US cars are built to a strict…
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Answer As long as it is state issued...yes you can ride anywhere in the country This is not correct. Per the Mass RMV website: "You may NOT carry a passenger. You may drive during daylight hours ONLY (between sunrise and sunset). You must wear a DOT standard helmet. You must also wear eyeglasse…
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The Dutch reformed church was originally of the highest popularity beliefs include: 1. Followed Calvinist views 2. Church was under central control in Holland 3. Followed the protestant standard Prominent religion became the Anglican church after England took control over New Hampshire in 1679, …
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It was founded 1623. In 1623.It was founded in 1623.1620 by John MasonIt was founded by Lord Cock-sickle and was settled by prostitutes from all over the globe
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It was John Mason who received New Hampshire as a land grant in 1629, but the area had been settled by English fishermen led by David Thompson (or Thomson) in 1623. The land grants were claimed by Massachusetts in 1641, but split off by King Charles II in 1679 to form the Province of New hampshire.…
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November 7th, 1623. It was founded by John Mason.
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John Mason
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they ate goose and other types of animals
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Answer Colonial N.H. was the 19th colony to be created in the americas, part of the New England cololnies. Craeted by John Manson , John created NH to become a fishing town in 1622-1623.
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As a fishing port dedicated to producing fish for export to Europe.
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When first set up in 1623 New Hampshire had a democratic republic form of state government with like qualities to the United States government.
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Boat and ship building, construction, trade and export, firewood, fencing, charcoal making, barrel making,
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Both are known for being very prestigious boarding schools in New England.
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First Class Mail is delivered in three to five days.
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A child under the age of 16 must acquire a New Hampshire Youth Employment Certificate in order to work. A child over 16 must have written consent from a legal guardian to attain a job.
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You have to reach the age of majority. In most places, including New Hampshire, that means you have to be at least 17 years of age. Until then, your parents are responsible for you financially.
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because monkeys were attacking gorillasOk just want you to know who ever said that was an idiot. The colony of New Hampshire was settled as a fishing colony. The man said to have founded it (John Mason) sent some men to settel this colony. Captin John Mason died before he was able to see what the co…
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There are 72 percent of the residents who are self identified as Christians and 35 percent of those further identified themselves as Catholics.
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It was originally occupied by the PocaHoe tribes. It was later occupied by French and English fishermen. It was finally settled by explorers in 2050 who licked Elmo's toe....and eventually ate out Destiny up the butt with a ten foot pole and then Alexis was their hit it and quit it lady. All day ery…
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It is the ninth US State.It is the 41st most populated state.It is the 46th largest US State.Its capital is in Concord.Manchester is the largest city.
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New Hampshire was one of the original 13 colonies. The colony was established in 1629 and settled primarily by the English.
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In 1788. New Hampshire was the 9th state in the USA; it became a state on June 21, 1788. - from a Google search. On 21 June 1788, New Hamshire became the 9th state on June 21, 1788.
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Yes, there are two: the Appalachian National Scenic Trail and Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site.
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There are currently 10 counties in New Hampshire.
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Molly Stark is important to New Hampshire because her husband, a general during the Battle of Bennington, used her name in a battle cry. She is also famous for turning her home in to a hospital during a smallpox outbreak.
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It was founded in 1623 to become a fishing colony for Britain.As a fishing village planning to become a fishing empire.
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New Hampshire got its nickname ,"The Granite State", because of its mountains. Its Mountains are mostly made of granite.
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The major cities of New Hampshire areConcordManchesterNashuaPortsmouth (you can check my answer on http://www.kidport.com/RefLib/UsaGeography/Facts/NewHampshire.htm)
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They would farm mostly, because they were originally designated to fish, but had poor fishing, so many switched to providing food by farming and trading with others.
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First Class Mail is delivered in three to five days.
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First Class Mail is delivered in three to five days.
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Exodia is not the strongest card because it is not a single card it is five different cardsthe answer is oblisk the tormentor
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The state flower of New Hampshire is the purple lilac.Purple lilac.The Purple Lilac is the state flower of New Hampshire.The state flower of New Hampshire is the Purple Lilac.
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The New Hampshire state flower is the Purple lilac.
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You can calculate the time of sunrise and sunset easily by visiting the United States Naval Observatory web site's Sunrise & Sunset calculator. You will need the date, city and state for US locations, or the date, latitude, longitude and time zone for any other locations in the world. The site…
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First Class Mail is delivered in three to five days.
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The abbreviation for New Hampshire is NH
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The capital of New Hampshire is Concord.
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State Freshwater Fish - Brook Trout: The Brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) is New Hampshire's official freshwater fish adopted in 1994. State Saltwater Game Fish - Striped Bass: The striped bass (Morone saxatilis) was designated New Hampshire's official state saltwater game fish in 1994.
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4 electoral votes for each represenitive
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Manchester, Nashua, Concord, Derry, and Rochester.
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First Class Mail is delivered in three to five days.
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According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics the estimated mean annual wage for Pharmacy Technicians as of May 2008 is, $28,500. This would amount to $13.70 an hour.
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What Jobs Can Youth Do? When You Are 13 Or Younger . . . You can deliver newspapers. You can work as a baby-sitter. You can work as an actor or performer in motion pictures, television, theater or radio. You can work in a business solely owned or operated by your parents. You can work on a farm …
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Mount Washington, the highest peak in the northeastern U.S., attains an elevation of 6,288 feet above sea level.
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According to the 2010 U.S. Census, the population of New Hampshire is 1,316,470. See the Related Links below for a breakdown of New Hampshire's population.
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Concord was centrally located and a hub of the trade industry as well as the railroad industry. It was therefore a logical choice to be made the capital in 1808.
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the people like the color purple
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Kmart, Wal-mart, Target If you want to get yugioh cards for cheap just go to the flea market they have cards that you don't have to pay for just trade some times.
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The 2000 US Census recorded 34,021 residents.
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When it first came into being it was a proprietary colony that is, it was owned by Captain John Mason.
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As a fishing village and hopefully as a New World fishing empire.
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First Class Mail is delivered in three to five days.
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Puritans played a great role. It always helped others.
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Protestant trinitarian Christianity.
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The State of New Hampshire is a democratic republic, with a form of government similar to that of the United States. The New Hampshire state capital is Concord. The capital was Portsmouth during colonial times, from 1775 to 1808. The Governor's office, some other executive offices, and both legislat…
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Colonial New Hampshire had very poor soil. Farming was difficult for crops like wheat , but corn, pumpkins, rye, squash, and beans grew well.
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In 1788 as the ninth US State.
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From 1623 to 1680 several land grants were given, one was to Capt. John Mason who wanted to establish a fishing colony. Mason sent David Thompson, Edward Hilton, and Thomas Hilton to establish it. They established Dover and Little Harbor. The settlement at Exeter was established by John Wheelwright …
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Answer To find gold, and find the northwest passage. At least that's what I learned in American History this week and last week. Good luck!It was founded to become a fishing colony.
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John Mason & Ferdinando Gorges
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Yes, all states report speeding tickets to all other states. This is how a warrant can be issued for your arrest if you have an unpaid speeding ticket in one state.
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Answer New Hampishire admitted to the union on June 21, 1788! It was also the 9th state admitted and was part of the 13 colonies
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It was founded in 1623 in the hope of becoming a fishing empire.
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John Mason.
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Fishing, manufacturing textiles, shipbuilding, and farming
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New Hampshire was founded in 1623 by a man named John Wheelwright. It was orignally established to serve as an escape for those constricted by religious and economic rules.
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Captain Harrison. First settler to land on New Hamphire, and became the leader because of his obbssesion of peoples waste in toilets....
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The Church of England was the first and primary religion. Puritans expelled from the Massachusetts Bay Colony also played a major role.
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Imports: Slaves Exports: livestock, sheep, apples, onions, flax, other dairy products, lumber for boards, planks, timber, barrels, whales, fish, fertilizer, rum and "African Iron" (small bars)
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John Lynch
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Captain John Mason in 1623 as a fishing village. Mason never saw New Hampshire but his agent David Thompson established the village for him.
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Indians, English, Europeans
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The Church of England.
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The answer is :The Granite State is a nickname for Vermont
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After the violent capture of various peoples and their lands, they were enslaved and forcibly converted to the religion of Christianity. Torture and terrorism were the main practices employed in the aggressive conversions to Christianity. These vicious and demonic acts were all done in the holy name…
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it influenced the way the English colonies developed by making the slaves plant crops in the south so the owners of the slaves make money.and by how some of the people in the colonies live really far away from the government so those people felt that they had more freedom. and sometimes they did not…
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probably Manchester West High or Central High Actually its Pinkerton Academy in Derry,Nh
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It was founded as a fishing village in 1623. As a fishing colony with hopes of becoming a fishing empire.
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puritan-very strict
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trees,fish,rocks to mine, and fursSome of the natural resources of New Hampshire include forests which produce hardwoods. Other natural resources include mines for stone and coal.
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Phil's problem with places like New Hampshire, Fargo, El Paso and Sacramento is that he is not a world traveler and most of his data input is from Pennsylvania based sensors.
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