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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Haverhill, New Hampshire
Location of Haverhill, New Hampshire
► Grafton County (135) ► Belknap County (16) ► Carroll County (41) ► Coos County (59) ► Merrimack County (120) ► Sullivan County (23) ► Caledonia County, Vermont (29) ► Essex County, Vermont (15) ► Orange County, Vermont (38) ► Windsor County, Vermont (64)
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| Born in Boston and a veteran of the 1758 Battle of Ticonderoga. As a known participant in the Boston Tea Party, for his own and his children’s safety, he walked to North Haverhill in early 1774. He later served in the Northern Army under Gen. Gates . . . — — Map (db m77798) HM|
| "The Corner" was part of a mile-wide strip of land claimed by both Haverhill and Piermont, and finally divided between them. Haverhill Corner's architecture reflects its history as Grafton County seat (1793–1891), home of Haverhill Academy . . . — — Map (db m88003) HM|
|A Tribute to Those Who Served
1914 – In the World War – 1918
Pike and East Haverhill
★Herbert E. Blake ★Tracy J. Ross
Aime M. Avard · Herbert L. Beamis · Harold P. Blake · Eric H. Blank · Harold P. . . . — — Map (db m162627) WM|
| Constructed in 1829 by the towns of Bath and Haverhill at a cost of about $2,400, this is one of the oldest covered bridges in the United States. Built with 3-by-10-inch planks that were probably sawn at an adjacent mill, the span is the earliest . . . — — Map (db m77800) HM|
| The rivers’ junction two miles north was rendezvous for Rogers Rangers after their destruction of St. Francis, Que., Oct. 4, 1759. Pursuing Indians and starvation had plagued their retreat and more tragedy awaited here. The expected rescue party . . . — — Map (db m77799) HM WM|
| The last of five 19th century bridges which have existed at this location was erected in 1866 by a local entrepreneur, Moody Bedell, who had operated a ferry service here prior to the first bridge in 1805. The 396-foot structure was the largest . . . — — Map (db m87999) HM|