Where in New England Am I?
Lisbon, NH-Grafton County, pop 1,587 in 2000. It houses Barrett and Savageville. It has been known as Concord, Chiswick and Gunthwaite and finally with a little land help from Dalton, Littleton, and Sugar Hill it became Lisbon. It was the site of the largest manufacture of piano sounding boards in the world. It was known for charcoal making and for the first rope ski tow in New Hampshire.
Litchfield, NH-Hillsborough County, pop 7,360 in 2000. It has been known as Naticook, Brenton’s Farm, Dunstable and Litchfield. A notable inhabitant is Wiseman Claget, the only Solicitor General.
Littleton, NH-Grafton County, pop 5,845 in 2000. It has been known as Chiswick and Apthorp. It houses Apthorp, North Littleton and the burial site for shock rocker, GG Allin. Notable inhabitants included a major league pitcher (Rich Gale) the Pollyanna series author (Eleanor H. Porter) and stereo-photograph publisher Benjamin W. Kilburn.
Londonderry, NH-Rockingham County, pop 23,236 in 2000. It houses North Londonderry, West Derry, and Wilson. When it was incorporated as Londonderry it included parts of Derry, Manchester and Windham making it the second largest community in New Hampshire. It has many notable inhabitants from politician, poets, businessman, and two governors of New Hampshire, professional baseball players, comedians, Revolutionary War officers and globe maker James Wilson.
Loudon, NH-Merrimack County, pop 4,481 in 2000. It houses Loudon Center, Loudon Ridge, Pearls Corner, Sabattus Heights and New Hampshire Motor Speedway; home of America’s Oldest Motorcycle Race. It originally includes parts of Canterbury and Northfield. Claims have been made that when race day comes it is the largest city in New England.
Lyman, NH-Grafton County, pop 487 in 2000. It houses Parker Hill, Tinkerville and Dodge Pond. Eleven of the Sixty three original grantees had the last name of Lyman, probably where it got its name.
Lyme, NH-Grafton County, pop 1,679 in 2000. It has been known on official documents as Lime (found to be a misspelling.) It houses Lyme Center, the Chaffee Natural Area and a portion of the Appalachian Trail. It was one of the sixteen towns involved in the Vermont-New Hampshire boundary dispute.
Lyndeborough, NH- Hillsborough County, pop 1,585 in 2000. It houses Curtis Corner, Johnson Corner, Perham Corner, South Lyndeborough, and Lyndeborough Center. A part of Lyndeborough Center is on the National Register of Historic Places. At one time it was known for its glass making.
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