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Lake Umbagog
   is located in   
New Hampshire
Great Bay
   is located in   
New Hampshire
Merrimack River
   runs through   
New Hampshire
110 miles long
New Hampshire
   has the state insect   
Ladybug
New Hampshire
   has the state butterfly   
Karner Blue
New Hampshire
   has a population of   
1,315,828
42nd among all States and Territories
New Hampshire
   has the   
Purple Finch
(Carpodacus purpureus)1957
White Mountain National Forest
   is situated in   
Maine / New Hampshire
New Hampshire
   the highest point is   
Mt. Washington, 6,288
White Mountains
   are situated in   
New Hampshire
New Hampshire
   flag is   

The New Hampshire flag bears 9 stars representing its status as the ninth state of the Union.
New Hampshire
   has the motto   
"Live Free or Die"
New Hampshire
   has the Postal Abbreviation   
NH
I-89
   crosses   
New Hampshire
I-93
   crosses   
New Hampshire
I-95
   crosses   
New Hampshire
New Hampshire
   state capital is   
Concord
The Granite State
   is a nickname for the state of   
New Hampshire
Unofficial nickname. Nicknamed for the traditional rock of the state. Once there was a large industry in the state for quarrying this rock.
New Hampshire Motor Speedway
   is in   
Loudon, New Hampshire
1.058-mile oval
New Hampshire
   was written by   
Robert Frost
1924
John Irving
   wrote   
The Hotel New Hampshire
Manchester
   is situated in   
New Hampshire
New Hampshire
   has   
001 to 003
University of New Hampshire
   is situated in   
Durham
United States
New Hampshire
   has the telephone area code   
603
New Hampshire
   has the state flower   
Purple Lilac
Franklin Pierce
   was born in   
New Hampshire
New Hampshire
   joined the U.S.A in   
1788
June 21, 1788
9th
   state to join the union was   
New Hampshire
June 21, 1788
U.S.S. New Hampshire
      
Flagship for Special Naval Task Force to Haiti 1921
Commissioned March 1908 -- BB-25
New Hampshire
   has   
Profile of the “Old Man in the Mountain” Natural Rock Formation
Joined union in 1788, quarter released in 2000, and formation unfortunately destroyed by severe storm !
John Lynch
   is Governor of   
New Hampshire
Democratic 2005
Province of New Hampshire
   was represented by   
John Sullivan
Province of New Hampshire
   was represented by   
Nathaniel Folsom
New Hampshire Nights
   was performed by   
Kevin McMahon
2000
The Hotel _____
   is missing   
New Hampshire
1984.
John Irving
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Hotel New Hampshire (1984)
Based on the 1981 book
Peyton Place (1957)
   was set in   
New Hampshire
Lana Turner, Hope Lange






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