National Register of Historic Places listings in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire

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Location of Hillsborough County in New Hampshire

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, United States. Latitude and longitude coordinates are provided for many National Register properties and districts; these locations may be seen together in a Google map.[1]

There are 103 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, including 2 National Historic Landmarks.

Contents: Counties in New Hampshire
Belknap - Carroll - Cheshire - Coos - Grafton - Hillsborough - Merrimack - Rockingham - Strafford - Sullivan
This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted September 19, 2014.[2]


Current listings[edit]

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 Abbot House
Abbot House
April 17, 1980
(#80000289)
1 Abbott Sq.
42°45′57″N 71°28′08″W / 42.7658°N 71.4689°W / 42.7658; -71.4689 (Abbot House)
Nashua
2 All Saints' Church
All Saints' Church
December 1, 1980
(#80000290)
51 Concord St.
42°52′50″N 71°56′48″W / 42.8806°N 71.9467°W / 42.8806; -71.9467 (All Saints' Church)
Peterborough
3 Amherst Village Historic District
Amherst Village Historic District
August 18, 1982
(#82001679)
NH 101 and NH 122
42°51′46″N 71°37′37″W / 42.8628°N 71.6269°W / 42.8628; -71.6269 (Amherst Village Historic District)
Amherst
4 Ash Street School
Ash Street School
May 30, 1975
(#75000232)
Bounded by Ash, Bridge, Maple, and Pearl Sts.
42°59′46″N 71°27′17″W / 42.9961°N 71.4547°W / 42.9961; -71.4547 (Ash Street School)
Manchester
5 Athens Building
Athens Building
May 30, 1975
(#75000123)
76-96 Hanover St.
42°59′29″N 71°27′43″W / 42.9914°N 71.4619°W / 42.9914; -71.4619 (Athens Building)
Manchester
6 Jonathan Barnes House
Jonathan Barnes House
March 1, 1982
(#82001680)
North Rd.
43°08′51″N 71°56′02″W / 43.1475°N 71.9339°W / 43.1475; -71.9339 (Jonathan Barnes House)
Hillsborough Center
7 Bedford Presbyterian Church
Bedford Presbyterian Church
June 12, 2007
(#07000554)
4 Church Rd.
42°56′42″N 71°31′12″W / 42.945°N 71.52°W / 42.945; -71.52 (Bedford Presbyterian Church)
Bedford
8 Bedford Town Hall
Bedford Town Hall
December 13, 1984
(#84000530)
70 Bedford Center Rd.
42°56′47″N 71°30′57″W / 42.9464°N 71.5158°W / 42.9464; -71.5158 (Bedford Town Hall)
Bedford
9 Bennington Village Historic District
Bennington Village Historic District
April 19, 2010
(#10000185)
Antrim Rd, Main St, School St, Cross St, Francestown Rd, South Bennington Rd, Acre St, Old Stagecoach Rd, Starrett Rd.
43°00′11″N 71°55′28″W / 43.0031°N 71.9244°W / 43.0031; -71.9244 (Bennington Village Historic District)
Bennington
10 Birchwood Inn
Birchwood Inn
June 6, 1985
(#85001194)
NH 45
42°49′12″N 71°51′04″W / 42.82°N 71.8511°W / 42.82; -71.8511 (Birchwood Inn)
Temple
11 Brick Schoolhouse
Brick Schoolhouse
September 14, 2002
(#02000957)
432 NH 123
42°48′52″N 71°55′00″W / 42.8144°N 71.9167°W / 42.8144; -71.9167 (Brick Schoolhouse)
Sharon
12 Building at 418-420 Notre Dame Ave.
Building at 418-420 Notre Dame Ave.
December 20, 1996
(#96001467)
418-420 Notre Dame Ave.
42°59′35″N 71°28′34″W / 42.9931°N 71.4761°W / 42.9931; -71.4761 (Building at 418-420 Notre Dame Ave.)
Manchester Houses the America's Credit Union Museum; site of the first credit union.
13 Carpenter and Bean Block
Carpenter and Bean Block
December 13, 2002
(#02001548)
1382-1414 Elm St.
42°59′52″N 71°27′53″W / 42.9978°N 71.4647°W / 42.9978; -71.4647 (Carpenter and Bean Block)
Manchester
14 Frank Pierce Carpenter House
Frank Pierce Carpenter House
March 17, 1994
(#94000168)
1800 Elm St.
43°00′17″N 71°27′57″W / 43.0047°N 71.4658°W / 43.0047; -71.4658 (Frank Pierce Carpenter House)
Manchester
15 Amos Chase House and Mill
Amos Chase House and Mill
March 12, 1992
(#92000155)
Western side of NH 114, 1/8 mile south of its junction with NH 77
43°06′32″N 71°45′01″W / 43.1089°N 71.7503°W / 43.1089; -71.7503 (Amos Chase House and Mill)
Weare
16 Citizens' Hall
Citizens' Hall
December 9, 1999
(#99001482)
13-12 Citizens' Hall Rd.
42°52′44″N 71°47′05″W / 42.8789°N 71.7847°W / 42.8789; -71.7847 (Citizens' Hall)
Lyndeborough
17 Contoocook Mills Industrial District
Contoocook Mills Industrial District
June 10, 1975
(#75000124)
Between Mill St. and the Contoocook River; also Mill St.
43°06′48″N 71°53′40″W / 43.1133°N 71.8944°W / 43.1133; -71.8944 (Contoocook Mills Industrial District)
Hillsborough Mill St. represents a boundary increase
18 County Farm Bridge
County Farm Bridge
May 14, 1981
(#81000070)
Northwest of Wilton on Old County Farm Rd.
42°51′25″N 71°49′03″W / 42.8569°N 71.8175°W / 42.8569; -71.8175 (County Farm Bridge)
Wilton
19 Daniel Cragin Mill
Daniel Cragin Mill
March 23, 1982
(#82001681)
West of Wilton at the junction of Davisville Rd. and the Burton Highway
42°51′22″N 71°47′20″W / 42.8561°N 71.7889°W / 42.8561; -71.7889 (Daniel Cragin Mill)
Wilton Also known as Frye's Measure Mill
20 Currier Gallery of Art
Currier Gallery of Art
December 19, 1979
(#79000199)
192 Orange St.
42°59′52″N 71°27′21″W / 42.9978°N 71.4558°W / 42.9978; -71.4558 (Currier Gallery of Art)
Manchester
21 District A
District A
November 12, 1982
(#82000618)
Bounded by Pleasant, State, Granite, and Bedford Sts.
42°59′14″N 71°28′05″W / 42.9872°N 71.4681°W / 42.9872; -71.4681 (District A)
Manchester Worker housing district located near the Amoskeag Millyard
22 District B
District B
November 12, 1982
(#82000619)
Roughly bounded by Canal, Mechanic, Franklin, and Pleasant Sts.
42°59′25″N 71°27′57″W / 42.9903°N 71.4658°W / 42.9903; -71.4658 (District B)
Manchester Worker housing district located near the Amoskeag Millyard
23 District C
District C
November 12, 1982
(#82000620)
Roughly bounded by N. Hampshire Lane, Hollis, Canal, and Bridge Sts.
42°59′43″N 71°27′55″W / 42.9953°N 71.4653°W / 42.9953; -71.4653 (District C)
Manchester Worker housing district located near the Amoskeag Millyard
24 District D
District D
November 12, 1982
(#82000621)
Roughly bounded by Canal, Langdon, Elm, and W. Brook Sts.
42°59′57″N 71°27′59″W / 42.9992°N 71.4664°W / 42.9992; -71.4664 (District D)
Manchester Worker housing district located near the Amoskeag Millyard
25 District E
District E
November 12, 1982
(#82000622)
258-322 McGregor St.
42°59′40″N 71°28′27″W / 42.9944°N 71.4742°W / 42.9944; -71.4742 (District E)
Manchester Worker housing district located near the Amoskeag Millyard
26 Dunlap Building
Dunlap Building
June 9, 2004
(#04000587)
967 Elm St.
42°59′30″N 71°27′48″W / 42.9917°N 71.4633°W / 42.9917; -71.4633 (Dunlap Building)
Manchester
27 The Flint Estate
The Flint Estate
December 13, 1984
(#84000525)
Old Keene and Old Center Rd.
43°05′04″N 71°58′40″W / 43.0844°N 71.9778°W / 43.0844; -71.9778 (The Flint Estate)
Antrim
28 Francestown Meetinghouse
Francestown Meetinghouse
June 14, 1999
(#99000667)
NH 136
42°59′14″N 71°48′46″W / 42.9872°N 71.8128°W / 42.9872; -71.8128 (Francestown Meetinghouse)
Francestown
29 Alpheus Gay House
Alpheus Gay House
March 9, 1982
(#82001682)
184 Myrtle St.
42°59′53″N 71°27′25″W / 42.9981°N 71.4569°W / 42.9981; -71.4569 (Alpheus Gay House)
Manchester
30 Goffstown Congregational Church
Goffstown Congregational Church
March 1, 1996
(#96000193)
10 Main St.
43°01′10″N 71°36′03″W / 43.0194°N 71.6008°W / 43.0194; -71.6008 (Goffstown Congregational Church)
Goffstown
31 Goffstown Covered Railroad Bridge
Goffstown Covered Railroad Bridge
June 18, 1975
(#75000125)
NH 114 (Main St.) over the Piscataquog River
43°01′04″N 71°35′58″W / 43.0178°N 71.5994°W / 43.0178; -71.5994 (Goffstown Covered Railroad Bridge)
Goffstown Destroyed by fire on August 16, 1976.[6] (Bridge abutments are visible in the photo.)
32 Goffstown High School
Goffstown High School
December 19, 1997
(#97001524)
12 Reed St.
43°01′10″N 71°35′54″W / 43.0194°N 71.5983°W / 43.0194; -71.5983 (Goffstown High School)
Goffstown This former high school building is now senior housing.
33 Goffstown Main Street Historic District
Goffstown Main Street Historic District
March 15, 2007
(#07000153)
Selected buildings on Church St., Depot St., High St., Main St., and N. Mast St.
43°01′09″N 71°36′00″W / 43.0191°N 71.5999°W / 43.0191; -71.5999 (Goffstown Main Street Historic District)
Goffstown
34 Goffstown Public Library
Goffstown Public Library
December 7, 1995
(#95001426)
2 High St.
43°01′14″N 71°36′01″W / 43.0206°N 71.6003°W / 43.0206; -71.6003 (Goffstown Public Library)
Goffstown
35 Grasmere Schoolhouse #9 and Town Hall
Grasmere Schoolhouse #9 and Town Hall
September 5, 1990
(#90001350)
87 Center St.
43°01′18″N 71°32′46″W / 43.0217°N 71.5461°W / 43.0217; -71.5461 (Grasmere Schoolhouse #9 and Town Hall)
Goffstown In village of Grasmere
36 Greenfield Meeting House
Greenfield Meeting House
December 8, 1983
(#83004090)
Forest Rd.
42°57′03″N 71°52′21″W / 42.9508°N 71.8725°W / 42.9508; -71.8725 (Greenfield Meeting House)
Greenfield
37 Hamblet-Putnam-Frye House
Hamblet-Putnam-Frye House
June 22, 2000
(#00000651)
293 Burton Highway
42°51′23″N 71°47′28″W / 42.8564°N 71.7911°W / 42.8564; -71.7911 (Hamblet-Putnam-Frye House)
Wilton
38 Hancock Village Historic District
Hancock Village Historic District
March 8, 1988
(#88000178)
Main St. roughly between Norway Pond La. and Old Dublin Rd., and Bennington and Norway Hill Rds.
42°58′22″N 71°58′59″W / 42.9728°N 71.9831°W / 42.9728; -71.9831 (Hancock Village Historic District)
Hancock
39 Hancock-Greenfield Bridge
Hancock-Greenfield Bridge
May 5, 1981
(#81000071)
Forest Rd.
42°57′25″N 71°56′08″W / 42.9569°N 71.9356°W / 42.9569; -71.9356 (Hancock-Greenfield Bridge)
Hancock Over Contoocook River
40 Harrington-Smith Block
Harrington-Smith Block
January 28, 1987
(#86003367)
18-52 Hanover St.
42°59′28″N 71°27′44″W / 42.9911°N 71.4622°W / 42.9911; -71.4622 (Harrington-Smith Block)
Manchester
41 Hill-Lassonde House
Hill-Lassonde House
December 2, 1985
(#85003033)
269 Hanover St.
42°59′27″N 71°27′21″W / 42.9908°N 71.4558°W / 42.9908; -71.4558 (Hill-Lassonde House)
Manchester
42 Hills House
Hills House
April 8, 1983
(#83001141)
211 Derry Rd.
42°47′46″N 71°26′05″W / 42.7961°N 71.4347°W / 42.7961; -71.4347 (Hills House)
Hudson Architect Hubert G. Ripley
43 Hills Memorial Library
Hills Memorial Library
June 7, 1984
(#84002812)
16 Library St.
42°45′54″N 71°26′19″W / 42.765°N 71.4386°W / 42.765; -71.4386 (Hills Memorial Library)
Hudson
44 Hillsborough County Courthouse
Hillsborough County Courthouse
June 6, 1985
(#85001196)
19 Temple St.
42°45′41″N 71°27′54″W / 42.7614°N 71.465°W / 42.7614; -71.465 (Hillsborough County Courthouse)
Nashua
45 Hillsborough Mills
Hillsborough Mills
June 14, 2013
(#13000383)
37 Wilton Rd.
42°50′28″N 71°43′18″W / 42.8411°N 71.7216°W / 42.8411; -71.7216 (Hillsborough Mills)
Milford
46 Hillsborough Railroad Bridge
Hillsborough Railroad Bridge
June 10, 1975
(#75000126)
Spans the Contoocook River southwest of NH 149
43°06′48″N 71°53′44″W / 43.1133°N 71.8956°W / 43.1133; -71.8956 (Hillsborough Railroad Bridge)
Hillsborough Destroyed by arson in 1985.[7] (Bridge abutments are visible in the photo.)
47 Hollis Village Historic District
Hollis Village Historic District
March 2, 2001
(#01000204)
Roughly parts of Ash St., Broad St., Cleasby Ln., Depot Rd., Main St., Monument Sq. and Silver Lake Rd.
42°44′17″N 71°35′05″W / 42.7381°N 71.5847°W / 42.7381; -71.5847 (Hollis Village Historic District)
Hollis
48 Hoyt Shoe Factory
Hoyt Shoe Factory
November 7, 1985
(#85002777)
477 Silver and 170 Lincoln Sts.
42°58′38″N 71°27′05″W / 42.9772°N 71.4514°W / 42.9772; -71.4514 (Hoyt Shoe Factory)
Manchester
49 Thomas Russell Hubbard House
Thomas Russell Hubbard House
March 8, 1988
(#88000177)
220 Myrtle St.
42°59′54″N 71°27′17″W / 42.9983°N 71.4547°W / 42.9983; -71.4547 (Thomas Russell Hubbard House)
Manchester
50 Hunt Memorial Library
Hunt Memorial Library
June 28, 1971
(#71000049)
6 Main St.
42°45′23″N 71°27′50″W / 42.7564°N 71.4639°W / 42.7564; -71.4639 (Hunt Memorial Library)
Nashua
51 Kennedy Hill Farm
Kennedy Hill Farm
June 7, 1984
(#84002813)
Kennedy Hill Rd.
42°59′47″N 71°32′21″W / 42.9964°N 71.5392°W / 42.9964; -71.5392 (Kennedy Hill Farm)
Goffstown
52 Killicut-Way House
Killicut-Way House
December 1, 1989
(#89002056)
2 Old House Ln.
42°43′55″N 71°28′15″W / 42.7319°N 71.4708°W / 42.7319; -71.4708 (Killicut-Way House)
Nashua
53 Kimball Brothers Shoe Factory
Kimball Brothers Shoe Factory
November 7, 1985
(#85002776)
335 Cypress St.
42°58′55″N 71°26′22″W / 42.9819°N 71.4394°W / 42.9819; -71.4394 (Kimball Brothers Shoe Factory)
Manchester
54 Lamson Farm
Lamson Farm
February 24, 1981
(#81000072)
Lamson Rd.
42°55′17″N 71°41′07″W / 42.9214°N 71.6853°W / 42.9214; -71.6853 (Lamson Farm)
Mont Vernon
55 Lyndeborough Center Historic District
Lyndeborough Center Historic District
June 7, 1984
(#84002814)
Center Rd.
42°54′24″N 71°46′02″W / 42.9067°N 71.7672°W / 42.9067; -71.7672 (Lyndeborough Center Historic District)
Lyndeborough Center
56 MacDowell Colony
MacDowell Colony
October 15, 1966
(#66000026)
West of U.S. Route 202
42°53′27″N 71°57′39″W / 42.8908°N 71.9608°W / 42.8908; -71.9608 (MacDowell Colony)
Peterborough An artists' colony.
57 Manchester City Hall
Manchester City Hall
June 13, 1975
(#75000233)
908 Elm St.
42°59′28″N 71°27′50″W / 42.9911°N 71.4639°W / 42.9911; -71.4639 (Manchester City Hall)
Manchester
58 McClure-Hilton House
McClure-Hilton House
December 1, 1989
(#89002058)
16 Tinker Rd.
42°48′40″N 71°31′45″W / 42.8111°N 71.5292°W / 42.8111; -71.5292 (McClure-Hilton House)
Merrimack
59 The Meetinghouse
The Meetinghouse
March 11, 1982
(#82001683)
Monument Sq.
42°44′22″N 71°35′18″W / 42.7394°N 71.5883°W / 42.7394; -71.5883 (The Meetinghouse)
Hollis
60 Milford Cotton and Woolen Manufacturing Company
Milford Cotton and Woolen Manufacturing Company
August 18, 1982
(#82001684)
2 Bridge St.
42°50′11″N 71°38′57″W / 42.8364°N 71.6492°W / 42.8364; -71.6492 (Milford Cotton and Woolen Manufacturing Company)
Milford
61 Milford Town House and Library Annex
Milford Town House and Library Annex
December 1, 1988
(#88001436)
Nashua St.
42°50′08″N 71°38′58″W / 42.8356°N 71.6494°W / 42.8356; -71.6494 (Milford Town House and Library Annex)
Milford
62 Nashua Manufacturing Company Historic District
Nashua Manufacturing Company Historic District
September 11, 1987
(#87001460)
Factory and Pine Sts.
42°45′35″N 71°28′22″W / 42.7597°N 71.4728°W / 42.7597; -71.4728 (Nashua Manufacturing Company Historic District)
Nashua
63 Nashville Historic District
Nashville Historic District
December 13, 1984
(#84000574)
Roughly centered on junction of Main, Amherst, and Concord Streets
42°46′08″N 71°27′59″W / 42.7689°N 71.4664°W / 42.7689; -71.4664 (Nashville Historic District)
Nashua
64 New England Glassworks Site Upload image
June 10, 1975
(#75000127)
near Kidder Mountain
Temple Site of a 1780s glassworks, one of the first in the nation.[8]
65 New Hampshire State Union Armory
New Hampshire State Union Armory
August 10, 1982
(#82004993)
60 Pleasant St.
42°59′18″N 71°27′57″W / 42.9883°N 71.4658°W / 42.9883; -71.4658 (New Hampshire State Union Armory)
Manchester
66 New Ipswich Center Village Historic District
New Ipswich Center Village Historic District
September 3, 1991
(#91001173)
Roughly bounded by Turnpike Rd., Porter Hill Rd., Main St., NH 123A, Preston Hill, Manley, and King Rds.
42°45′10″N 71°51′22″W / 42.7528°N 71.8561°W / 42.7528; -71.8561 (New Ipswich Center Village Historic District)
New Ipswich
67 New Ipswich Town Hall
New Ipswich Town Hall
December 13, 1984
(#84000555)
Main St.
42°44′53″N 71°51′17″W / 42.7481°N 71.8547°W / 42.7481; -71.8547 (New Ipswich Town Hall)
New Ipswich
68 Marion Nichols Summer Home
Marion Nichols Summer Home
December 10, 2003
(#03001283)
56 Love Lane
42°44′04″N 71°36′02″W / 42.7344°N 71.6006°W / 42.7344; -71.6006 (Marion Nichols Summer Home)
Hollis Now known as the Beaver Brook Association's Lodge.
69 North Weare Schoolhouse
North Weare Schoolhouse
September 6, 1995
(#95001051)
Northern side of Old Concord Stage Rd. east of its junction with NH 114
43°06′40″N 71°44′56″W / 43.1111°N 71.7489°W / 43.1111; -71.7489 (North Weare Schoolhouse)
Weare
70 Old County Road South Historic District
Old County Road South Historic District
May 15, 1980
(#80000413)
South of Francestown off NH 136
42°58′27″N 71°48′22″W / 42.9742°N 71.8061°W / 42.9742; -71.8061 (Old County Road South Historic District)
Francestown
71 Old Post Office Block
Old Post Office Block
December 1, 1986
(#86003364)
54-72 Hanover St.
42°59′28″N 71°27′44″W / 42.9911°N 71.4622°W / 42.9911; -71.4622 (Old Post Office Block)
Manchester
72 Parker's Store
Parker's Store
May 14, 1980
(#80000414)
West of Goffstown on NH 114
43°01′34″N 71°37′42″W / 43.0261°N 71.6283°W / 43.0261; -71.6283 (Parker's Store)
Goffstown
73 William Peabody House
William Peabody House
November 30, 1979
(#79000200)
N. River Rd.
42°50′38″N 71°39′56″W / 42.8439°N 71.6656°W / 42.8439; -71.6656 (William Peabody House)
Milford
74 Pelham Library and Memorial Building
Pelham Library and Memorial Building
April 15, 2011
(#11000191)
5 Main St.
42°44′02″N 71°19′19″W / 42.7339°N 71.3219°W / 42.7339; -71.3219 (Pelham Library and Memorial Building)
Pelham
75 Peterborough Town House
Peterborough Town House
February 29, 1996
(#96000194)
1 Grove St.
42°52′38″N 71°57′04″W / 42.8772°N 71.9511°W / 42.8772; -71.9511 (Peterborough Town House)
Peterborough
76 Peterborough Unitarian Church
Peterborough Unitarian Church
April 23, 1973
(#73000165)
Main and Summer Sts.
42°52′40″N 71°57′00″W / 42.8778°N 71.95°W / 42.8778; -71.95 (Peterborough Unitarian Church)
Peterborough
77 Franklin Pierce Homestead
Franklin Pierce Homestead
October 15, 1966
(#66000027)
3 mi (4.8 km) west of Hillsborough on NH 31
43°06′58″N 71°57′03″W / 43.1161°N 71.9508°W / 43.1161; -71.9508 (Franklin Pierce Homestead)
Hillsborough Childhood home of U.S. President Franklin Pierce.
78 St. George's School and Convent
St. George's School and Convent
September 12, 1985
(#85002192)
12 Orange St.
42°59′49″N 71°27′36″W / 42.9969°N 71.46°W / 42.9969; -71.46 (St. George's School and Convent)
Manchester
79 G.O. Sanders House
G.O. Sanders House
February 27, 1986
(#86000277)
10 Derry St.
42°45′57″N 71°26′26″W / 42.7658°N 71.4406°W / 42.7658; -71.4406 (G.O. Sanders House)
Hudson
80 Signer's House and Matthew Thornton Cemetery
Signer's House and Matthew Thornton Cemetery
December 22, 1978
(#78000214)
South of Merrimack on U.S. Route 3
42°50′23″N 71°29′30″W / 42.8397°N 71.4917°W / 42.8397; -71.4917 (Signer's House and Matthew Thornton Cemetery)
Merrimack
81 Smith and Dow Block
Smith and Dow Block
December 13, 2002
(#02001549)
1426-1470 Elm St.
42°59′54″N 71°27′54″W / 42.9983°N 71.465°W / 42.9983; -71.465 (Smith and Dow Block)
Manchester
82 Gov. John Butler Smith House
Gov. John Butler Smith House
September 14, 2002
(#02000959)
62 School St.
43°06′59″N 71°53′47″W / 43.1164°N 71.8964°W / 43.1164; -71.8964 (Gov. John Butler Smith House)
Hillsborough Houses the local library and town offices
83 Smyth Tower
Smyth Tower
July 24, 1978
(#78000215)
718 Smyth Rd.
43°00′44″N 71°26′35″W / 43.0122°N 71.4431°W / 43.0122; -71.4431 (Smyth Tower)
Manchester On the grounds of the Manchester VA Hospital.
84 Stark Park
Stark Park
June 14, 2006
(#06000505)
Bounded by N. River Rd., Park Ave., and the Merrimack River
43°00′52″N 71°28′17″W / 43.0144°N 71.4714°W / 43.0144; -71.4714 (Stark Park)
Manchester
85 Gen. George Stark House
Gen. George Stark House
November 25, 1980
(#80000291)
22 Concord St.
42°46′05″N 71°28′04″W / 42.7681°N 71.4678°W / 42.7681; -71.4678 (Gen. George Stark House)
Nashua
86 Gen. John Stark House
Gen. John Stark House
June 29, 1973
(#73000166)
2000 Elm St.
43°00′30″N 71°28′00″W / 43.0083°N 71.4667°W / 43.0083; -71.4667 (Gen. John Stark House)
Manchester
87 Stonyfield Farm
Stonyfield Farm
August 3, 1983
(#83001142)
Northwest of Wilton on Foster Rd.
42°52′00″N 71°47′24″W / 42.8667°N 71.79°W / 42.8667; -71.79 (Stonyfield Farm)
Wilton Farm (dating to the 19th century) where yogurt-maker Stonyfield Farm was founded.
88 William Parker Straw House
William Parker Straw House
December 8, 1987
(#87002068)
282 N. River Rd.
43°00′26″N 71°28′09″W / 43.0072°N 71.4692°W / 43.0072; -71.4692 (William Parker Straw House)
Manchester
89 Roger Sullivan House
Roger Sullivan House
March 10, 2004
(#04000150)
168 Walnut St.
42°59′54″N 71°27′30″W / 42.9983°N 71.4583°W / 42.9983; -71.4583 (Roger Sullivan House)
Manchester
90 Temple Town Hall
Temple Town Hall
June 12, 2007
(#07000551)
Main St., junction of NH 45 and the Gen. Miller Highway
42°49′12″N 71°51′08″W / 42.82°N 71.8522°W / 42.82; -71.8522 (Temple Town Hall)
Temple
91 Union Chapel
Union Chapel
February 3, 2009
(#08001411)
220 Sawmill Rd.
43°06′46″N 71°56′37″W / 43.1128°N 71.9437°W / 43.1128; -71.9437 (Union Chapel)
Hillsborough
92 US Post Office-Peterborough Main
US Post Office-Peterborough Main
July 17, 1986
(#86002253)
23 Grove St.
42°52′36″N 71°57′04″W / 42.8767°N 71.9511°W / 42.8767; -71.9511 (US Post Office-Peterborough Main)
Peterborough
93 Valley Cemetery
Valley Cemetery
September 10, 2004
(#04000964)
Pine and Auburn Sts.
42°58′59″N 71°27′40″W / 42.9831°N 71.4611°W / 42.9831; -71.4611 (Valley Cemetery)
Manchester
94 Varney School
Varney School
January 11, 1982
(#82001685)
84 Varney St.
42°58′49″N 71°28′43″W / 42.9803°N 71.4786°W / 42.9803; -71.4786 (Varney School)
Manchester
95 Victory Park Historic District
Victory Park Historic District
June 3, 1996
(#96000615)
405 Pine, 148 Concord, and 111 and 129 Amherst Sts.
42°59′32″N 71°27′37″W / 42.9922°N 71.4603°W / 42.9922; -71.4603 (Victory Park Historic District)
Manchester
96 Weare Town House
Weare Town House
December 2, 1985
(#85003034)
NH 114
43°05′45″N 71°43′51″W / 43.0958°N 71.7308°W / 43.0958; -71.7308 (Weare Town House)
Weare
97 Weston Observatory
Weston Observatory
May 28, 1975
(#75000128)
Oak Hill, Derryfield Park
43°00′04″N 71°26′21″W / 43.0011°N 71.4392°W / 43.0011; -71.4392 (Weston Observatory)
Manchester
98 Oliver Whiting Homestead
Oliver Whiting Homestead
March 9, 1982
(#82001686)
Old County Farm Rd.
42°51′18″N 71°49′21″W / 42.855°N 71.8225°W / 42.855; -71.8225 (Oliver Whiting Homestead)
Wilton
99 Caleb Whittaker Place
Caleb Whittaker Place
August 3, 1983
(#83001143)
Perkins Pond Rd.
43°02′46″N 71°44′29″W / 43.0461°N 71.7414°W / 43.0461; -71.7414 (Caleb Whittaker Place)
Weare
100 Wilton Public and Gregg Free Library
Wilton Public and Gregg Free Library
January 11, 1982
(#82001687)
Forest St.
42°50′43″N 71°44′20″W / 42.8453°N 71.7389°W / 42.8453; -71.7389 (Wilton Public and Gregg Free Library)
Wilton
101 Wilton Town Hall
Wilton Town Hall
April 20, 2009
(#09000254)
42 Main St.
42°50′37″N 71°44′15″W / 42.8435°N 71.7376°W / 42.8435; -71.7376 (Wilton Town Hall)
Wilton
102 Levi Woodbury Homestead
Levi Woodbury Homestead
March 15, 2007
(#07000152)
1 Main St.
42°59′14″N 71°48′48″W / 42.9872°N 71.8133°W / 42.9872; -71.8133 (Levi Woodbury Homestead)
Francestown
103 Zimmerman House
Zimmerman House
October 18, 1979
(#79003790)
223 Heather St.
43°01′18″N 71°27′47″W / 43.0217°N 71.4631°W / 43.0217; -71.4631 (Zimmerman House)
Manchester House designed by Frank Lloyd Wright; tours operated by the Currier Museum of Art.

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  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. For about 1% of NRIS original coordinates, experience has shown that one or both coordinates are typos or otherwise extremely far off; some corrections may have been made. A more subtle problem causes many locations to be off by up to 150 yards, depending on location in the country: most NRIS coordinates were derived from tracing out latitude and longitudes off of USGS topographical quadrant maps created under the North American Datum of 1927, which differs from the current, highly accurate WGS84 GPS system used by most on-line maps. Chicago is about right, but NRIS longitudes in Washington are higher by about 4.5 seconds, and are lower by about 2.0 seconds in Maine. Latitudes differ by about 1.0 second in Florida. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on September 19, 2014.
  3. ^ Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2008-04-24. 
  5. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  6. ^ "Fire of suspicious origin destroys covered bridge". Nashua Telegraph. August 17, 1976. 
  7. ^ "Hillsborough, NH: 2004 Draft Master Plan". Town of Hillsborough. Retrieved 2012-08-16. 
  8. ^ Starbuck, p. 162
  • Starbuck, David (2006). The Archeology of New Hampshire. Durham, NH: University of New Hampshire Press. ISBN 9781584655626.