“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Colebrook, New Hampshire

Clickable Map of Coos County, New Hampshire and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Coos County, NH (59) Carroll County, NH (42) Grafton County, NH (146) Oxford County, ME (4) Essex County, VT (16)  CoosCounty(59) Coos County (59)  CarrollCounty(42) Carroll County (42)  GraftonCounty(146) Grafton County (146)  OxfordCountyMaine(4) Oxford County (4)  EssexCountyVermont(16) Essex County (16)
Lancaster is the county seat for Coos County
Colebrook is in Coos County
      Coos County (59)  
      Carroll County (42)  
      Grafton County (146)  
      Oxford County, Maine (4)  
      Essex County, Vermont (16)  
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1New Hampshire (Coos County), Colebrook — Citizen’s BankParking Lot — Colebrook’s 250th Celebration —
History: • E. F. Royal built a two-story "two-store” building here after the fire of 1901. • The north half was occupied by E.F. Royal, as a grocery, confectionery and meat market. • A clothing store was located on the south side . . . Map (db m156731) HM
2New Hampshire (Coos County), Colebrook — Country RootsDrew Block — Colebrook’s 250th Celebration —
History: • In earlier days, this was referred to as the Drew Block. It was built in 1890 as a two-story building. The third story was added a short time later. • Like other store fronts in town, it has a north and south side and has housed . . . Map (db m157010) HM
3New Hampshire (Coos County), Colebrook — Hicks HardwareUnion Building — Colebrook’s 250th Celebration —
History: • The original building on this site was the Pitkin's Store, which burned in 1870. • In 1886, W. E. Drew bought the rebuilt store and refitted the building. It became known as Drew & Churchill. It burned in the fire of 1901. • . . . Map (db m156942) HM
4New Hampshire (Coos County), Colebrook — Jenkins FuneralHome — Colebrook’s 250th Celebration —
History: • In the 1700's, a log block house sat here. The present structure was built in 1816 and became known as Chamberlain's Tavern. • For years this was the "center of town” and a frequent gathering place for local militia. • . . . Map (db m157033) HM
5New Hampshire (Coos County), Colebrook — Remick BuildingColebrook's 250th Celebration
Remick Building History: • Constructed by Gustus Remick, after the fire of 1890. He owned it until 1968. In earlier times, many promenades, meetings and walking marathons were held on the top floor. • It is believed this building was . . . Map (db m156645) HM
6New Hampshire (Coos County), Colebrook — Sutton PlaceGolden Locks - Dr. Drum’s — Colebrook’s 250th Celebration —
History: • Believed constructed about 1868 for the Lombard family. • Seneca Merrill later obtained the house and added the tower to the original building. Mr. Merrill was married to Viola Sutton's grandmother. • John Pitkin Sutton was . . . Map (db m156668) HM
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7New Hampshire (Coos County), Colebrook — The Coos Trail
The Coos Trail was built in 1803 from Colebrook through Dixville Notch along the ancient trail of the Abnaki Indians to Erroll where it met the Coos Road of Maine completed in 1802 from Hallowell on the Kennebec River Marked by . . . Map (db m116404) HM
8New Hampshire (Coos County), Colebrook — Wilderness RestaurantCedar Lounge — Colebrook’s 250th Celebration —
History • Before 1927, Karl and Charlotte Edwards ran a grocery store from this site. • In 1927, Sam & Susie Keach moved their restaurant, originally known as the Legion Square Restaurant, to this site. They changed the name to Legion . . . Map (db m156939) HM
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Dec. 1, 2022