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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Hart''s Location, New Hampshire

 
Clickable Map of Carroll County, New Hampshire and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Carroll County, NH (41) Belknap County, NH (16) Coos County, NH (59) Grafton County, NH (135) Strafford County, NH (40) Oxford County, ME (2) York County, ME (56)  CarrollCounty(41) Carroll County (41)  BelknapCounty(16) Belknap County (16)  CoosCounty(59) Coos County (59)  GraftonCounty(135) Grafton County (135)  StraffordCounty(40) Strafford County (40)  OxfordCountyMaine(2) Oxford County (2)  YorkCounty(56) York County (56)
Location of Hart's Location, New Hampshire
    Carroll County (41)
    Belknap County (16)
    Coos County (59)
    Grafton County (135)
    Strafford County (40)
    Oxford County, Maine (2)
    York County, Maine (56)
 
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1New Hampshire (Carroll County), Hart's Location — Crawford Notch Road
Between 1771 and 1785, a rough road through Crawford Notch was constructed to facilitate trade and travel. In the early 1800s, the Tenth New Hampshire Turnpike was built along the old road, from Bartlett through the Notch. Spurred on by . . . Map (db m162703) HM
2New Hampshire (Carroll County), Hart's Location — 0213 — Frankenstein Trestle
The high steel trestle above was built in 1893 to replace a wrought iron trestle of 1875, and was strengthened in 1930 and 1950. Named for American Artist Godfrey N. Frankenstein (1820-1873), the adjacent cliff and gulf were formidable barriers to . . . Map (db m77698) HM
3New Hampshire (Carroll County), Hart's Location — 186 — Sawyer's Rock
In 1771, Timothy Lash of Lancaster and Benjamin Sawyer of Conway made a bargain with Governor John Wentworth to bring a horse through Crawford Notch in order to prove the route’s commercial value. The pair succeeded by dragging and lowering the . . . Map (db m75235) HM
4New Hampshire (Carroll County), Hart's Location — Willey Boulders
This outcropping of rocks saved the Willey House from destruction on Aug.28.1826Map (db m162706) HM
 
 
  
 
Apr. 21, 2021