Daniel Webster Birthplace State Historic Site

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Daniel Webster Birthplace State Historic Site
FranklinNH DanielWebsterBirthplace.jpg
Location131 North Road, Franklin, New Hampshire, United States
Coordinates43°24′52″N 71°41′49″W / 43.4145°N 71.6970°W / 43.4145; -71.6970Coordinates: 43°24′52″N 71°41′49″W / 43.4145°N 71.6970°W / 43.4145; -71.6970[1]
Area147 acres (59 ha)[2]
Elevation594 feet (181 m)[1]
Established1950[3]
Administered byNew Hampshire Division of Parks and Recreation
DesignationNew Hampshire state park
WebsiteDaniel Webster Birthplace State Historic Site

Daniel Webster Birthplace State Historic Site is a state park and historic house museum in Franklin, New Hampshire. It preserves the two-room log cabin associated with the 1782 birth and early childhood years of Daniel Webster, a noted orator and statesmen. The restored house reflects late 18th-century farm life. The house is open seasonally on weekends.[4]

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  1. ^ a b "Daniel Webster Birthplace". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey.
  2. ^ "State Lands" (PDF). New Hampshire Department of Resources and Economic Development. July 2007. Retrieved August 10, 2020.
  3. ^ Lisa Mausolf, Preservation Consultant (March 2019). "New Hampshire State Parks: Mid-Century Modern (1945-1975): Historic Context Study" (PDF). New Hampshire Division of Parks and Recreation. p. 28. Retrieved August 10, 2020.
  4. ^ "Daniel Webster Birthplace". New Hampshire Division of Parks and Recreation. Retrieved August 10, 2020.

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