Where in New England Am I?
Gorham, NH- Coos County, pop 2,895 in 2000. It was originally part of Shelburne known as Shelburne Addition. It houses Mount Washington, Upper Village, Cascade, and Lead Mines. “The Road to the Sky” (Mount Washington Auto Road) lies 8 miles north of Gorham. The Mount Washington Carriage Rd., as it was called, was known as the “first man-made attraction in the United States.” The Appalachian Trail travels though Gorham.
Goshen, NH-Sullivan County, pop 741 in 2000. It is composed of parts of land from Sunapee, Newbury, Lempster, Unity and Newport. It houses Goshen Fours Corners and Mill Village.
Grafton, NH-Grafton County, pop 1,138 in 2000. It houses East Grafton, Grafton Center, Robinson Corner, and Cardigan Station. Two notable inhabitants were two of the second grantees, James Otis and founding father, John Hancock.
Grantham, NH-Sullivan County, pop 2,167. After the 2000 census it was known as the faster growing Sullivan County community. It houses the Eastman Community and the Parish of Meriden, which is shared land from Plainfield.
Greenfield, NH-Hillsborough County, pop 1,657 in 2000. It was originally part of Lyndeborough, known as Lyndeborough Addition. It houses Greenfield State Park, part of Wapack trail and Crotched Mountain Rehabilitation Center.
Greenland, NH-Rockingham County, pop 3,208 in 2000. It was originally part of Portsmouth. It houses Bayside, Breakfast Hill, and Camp Gundalow. The brick house, constructed by Captain Samuel Weeks, is considered to be the oldest brick houses in New Hampshire. One resident informed me that Greenland is the only town of this name in the United States.
Greenville, NH-Hillsborough County, pop 2,224 in 2000. It was originally part of Mason known as Mason Village. It has also been known as Slipton and Mason Harbor. It is considered the third youngest New Hampshire town. It was the home to the state’s first industries of cotton and woolen goods. One notable inhabitant is the Dresden Dolls, Brain Viglione.
Groton, NH-Grafton County, pop 456 in 2000. It houses North Gorton. Gorton was once known as Cockermouth after the original grantee. Gorton had three grants made before the terms were met.
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