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Population per the 2012 census- 1,320,718

Her powerful motto is “Live Free or Die”. The motto dates back to July 31, 1809. The words  "Live Free Or Die," was once spoken  by General John Stark, the state’s most distinguished hero of the Revolutionary War, and the world famous Old Man of the Mountain.

New Hampshire is known as the ‘Granite State’.

In 2012 NH was a ‘Blue’ state. Let’s work together to change New Hampshire to a more friendly conservative state.


New Hampshire was the first to declare its independence and adopt its own constitution, it  was the ninth and deciding state to ratify the nation’s new Constitution.

New Hampshire’s John Langdon was the first acting vice-president of the United States, and was President of the Senate when Washington was elected first president.

NH was the 5th state to ratify the Bill of Rights on January 25th 1790.

The Founding Fathers: New Hampshire

NH & The Revolutionary War - a fun Powerpoint Presentation by the NH Historical Society.

New Hampshire’s native son Franklin Pierce was the 14th President of the U.S. 1853 – 1857.


New Hampshire History in Brief

New Hampshire Almanac > A Brief History of New Hampshire





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