What religions were allowed in New Hampshire?
Trinitarian Protestant Christians.
There are six religions in New Hampshire. The six religions are Roman Catholics, Methodists, Baptists, Episcopalians, Presbyterians, and Puritans.
Primarily Church of England.
it is the new hampshire region
Yes, it is a civil right.
No. Non-residents under the age of 18 is not allowed to marry in New Hampshire. No female under 13 or male under 14 is allowed to marry in New Hampshire under any conditions. Females from 13-17yo and males from 14-17yo can only get married with a waiver and permission from their parent or legal guardian.
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To find out the number of cats residents of New Hampshire are allowed to keep in their homes at one time, check with your local city government. Each city has different laws and restrictions.
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The largest religion is the Roman Catholic Church. The Protestants are small as they are everywhere in New England. The largest Protestant denominations are the United Church of Christ and the Episcopal churches.
If it's on a learner's permit, then they wouldn't be allowed to drive the entire distance. If I remember correctly, the states of New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, and South Carolina do not allow out of state permit holders to drive in their states.
John Mason named the state New Hampshire because, back in England, there was a colony there that was called Hampshire, so they named it New Hampshire, and if you were wondering why they named it NEW Hampshire, that was because of copyright.
about 5 years might be a good idea don't go too high on age
Nurse practitioners are allowed to perform abortions in California, Montana, Vermont, New Hampshire and Rhode Island.
Yes, Connecticut, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Vermont, and Washington
They came to America wanting freedom, so all religions were allowed however the majority were Christians
After previously being allowed to vote in the states of New York, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and New Jersey, women rights were repeatedly threatened and women were not allowed to vote. However, in June of 1919, The 19th amendment was ratified on August 18, 1920, granting women the right to vote.
New Hampshire was named for Hampshire, a shire in England.
it was named after an English country, Hampshire.
New Hampshire was named New Hampshire after the English colony of Hampshire, where Jhon Mason had enjoyed a number of years as a child.
Anyone's pay in any state can be legally cut down to minimum wage, but no lower.
No. A felon may not purchase, possess, or be allowed access to firearms or ammunition in ANY state or territory of the US, period.
New Hampshire Capitals: Boston Massachusetts in 1630 when what is now New Hampshire was still a part of the English Colony of Massachusett Bay. Portsmouth in 1680 when it was the English Province of New Hampshire. Boston in 1686 when it was part of the English Dominion of New-England in America. Portsmouth in 1689 when it was the Providence of New Hampshire. Exeter in 1775 when it was New Hampshire and when it became the… Read More
Southern New Hampshire University is located in the state of New Hampshire.
New Hampshire got it's name from Hampshire, England.
According to Jewish religious law, Jews are not allowed to participate in the religious ceremonies of other religions.
Hampshire means "at home' or "welcomed". Like the Hampshire in England. New Hampshire was named after Hampshire because they were welcoming a new state or area.
It was named after Hampshire county in England, hence "New" Hampshire.
it depends on the state you are in because they all count points differently. for example in new hampshire, it is 12 points
New Hampshire was founded by the English settlers in 1623. New Hampshire was one of the original 13 states.
Public education in New Hampshire was established by law in 1647 when New Hampshire was a part of Massachusetts.
I think only Buddihism was allowed.
Yes lays is allowed What do you mean by lays?
It was named in honor of the southern county of Hampshire England.
In Jefferson, New hampshire.
He found New Hampshire
New Hampshire was created in 1788.
what does New Hampshire grow?
The abbreviation for New Hampshire is NH
New Hampshire does not have an emancipation statute.
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New Hampshire is in the region of northeast.
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the capital of New Hampshire is concord
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New Hampshire has a continental climate, but differentiating summers in Northern and Southern New Hampshire. Both regions of New Hampshire experience cold winters, however, Northern New Hampshire experiences cool summers while Southern New Hampshire experiences warm summers.
There are no Gucci stores located in New Hampshire. The nearest Gucci stores to New Hampshire are in Massachusetts and New York.
Claremont is located near the New Hampshire/Vermont border, about half way up the State of New Hampshire.
The web address of the New Hampshire Preservation Alliance is: www.nhpreservation.org
The address of the Science Center Of New Hampshire is: , Holderness, NH 03245