“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 Franklin, New Hampshire

Clickable Map of Merrimack 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> Merrimack County, NH (122) Belknap County, NH (18) Grafton County, NH (146) Hillsborough County, NH (38) Rockingham County, NH (137) Strafford County, NH (40) Sullivan County, NH (23)  MerrimackCounty(122) Merrimack County (122)  BelknapCounty(18) Belknap County (18)  GraftonCounty(146) Grafton County (146)  HillsboroughCounty(38) Hillsborough County (38)  RockinghamCounty(137) Rockingham County (137)  StraffordCounty(40) Strafford County (40)  SullivanCounty(23) Sullivan County (23)
Concord is the county seat for Merrimack County
Franklin is in Merrimack County
      Merrimack County (122)  
      Belknap County (18)  
      Grafton County (146)  
      Hillsborough County (38)  
      Rockingham County (137)  
      Strafford County (40)  
      Sullivan County (23)  
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1New Hampshire (Merrimack County), Franklin — Abenaki Indians Ancient Stone Mortar
This lot contains the ancient stone mortar used by Abenaki Indians and Pioneer Settlers of SanborntonMap (db m159841) HM
2New Hampshire (Merrimack County), Franklin — 0091 — Birthplace of Daniel Webster
Daniel Webster was born here January 18, 1782. Statesman and lawyer, he served as U.S. Congressman from New Hampshire and Massachusetts, Senator from Massachusetts and Secretary of State under Presidents Harrison, Tyler and Fillmore. A noted . . . Map (db m131051) HM
3New Hampshire (Merrimack County), Franklin — Elms FarmThe Home of Daniel Webster
. . . Map (db m148341) HM
4New Hampshire (Merrimack County), Franklin — Indian Mortar Lot
The large mortar found here is in a boulder of glacial origin first hollowed out by water, then by many years of apparent use of Abnaki Indians, and later by the first settlers for grinding corn or maize which was made into cakes and . . . Map (db m159840) HM
5New Hampshire (Merrimack County), Franklin — Philip CallFirst White Settler of Franklin, N.H.
Near the site of this boulder stood the log cabin built by Philip Call first White settler of Franklin, N.H. Sarah Trussel his wife was killed here by the Indians on August 15, 1754 Tablet placed by Abigail Webster Chapter D.A.R. 1928Map (db m148364) HM
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Dec. 4, 2022