It was planned to be a fishing export colony.
The reason for the founding of New Hampshire was for farming. The New England colony was founded in 1692 by John Mason.
It was planned as a fishing colony.
As a New World center for the fishing industry.
It was supposed to become a fishing empire in the New World.
New Hampshire was founded in 1623 by John Mason.
Captain John Wheelwright founded New Hampshire in 1638
all of the new England colonies were founded for England including new Hampshire. it was the "new" Hampshire, which is an English county still here today.
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.
New Hampshire was a free state.
New Hampshire was founded by the English settlers in 1623. New Hampshire was one of the original 13 states.
New Hampshire was founded by John Mason and John Wheelwright.
New Hampshire was founded in 1623 and became a Royal Colony in 1679
John Mason founded New Hampshire in 1623.
Metacomet founded New Hampshire after the war of Pequot. Founding means that you find a land and you claim it and it becomes a famous landmark.
New Hampshire ( founded by John Mason )
New Hampshire was founded by John Mason around 1622.
The first European settlement in New Hampshire is founded.
For religious freedom
New Hampshire and Maine.
Massachusetts was founded in 1630 by John Winthrop. New Hampshire was founded in 1630 by John Mason. Connecticut was founded in 1636 by Thomas Hooker. Rhode Island was founded in 1636 by Roger Williams
New Hampshire Mountaineers is an American soccer team based in Manchester, New Hampshire, United States. Founded in 2009
It was founded in 1623 in the hope of becoming a fishing empire.
No it was founded as a fishing village by David Thompson.
John Wheelright founded New Hampshire 1638 because he agreed with some of Anne Hutchinson's (his siter-in-law) veiws so he got thrown out dof Massachussetts and then he went and founded New Hampshire.
John Mason & Ferdinando Gorges