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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Lincoln, New Hampshire

 
Clickable Map of Grafton 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 Grafton County, NH (144) Belknap County, NH (18) Carroll County, NH (42) Coos County, NH (59) Merrimack County, NH (122) Sullivan County, NH (23) Caledonia County, VT (38) Essex County, VT (16) Orange County, VT (38) Windsor County, VT (79)  GraftonCounty(144) Grafton County (144)  BelknapCounty(18) Belknap County (18)  CarrollCounty(42) Carroll County (42)  CoosCounty(59) Coos County (59)  MerrimackCounty(122) Merrimack County (122)  SullivanCounty(23) Sullivan County (23)  CaledoniaCountyVermont(38) Caledonia County (38)  EssexCounty(16) Essex County (16)  OrangeCounty(38) Orange County (38)  WindsorCounty(79) Windsor County (79)
North Haverhill is the county seat for Grafton County
Lincoln is in Grafton County
      Grafton County (144)  
ADJACENT TO GRAFTON COUNTY
      Belknap County (18)  
      Carroll County (42)  
      Coos County (59)  
      Merrimack County (122)  
      Sullivan County (23)  
      Caledonia County, Vermont (38)  
      Essex County, Vermont (16)  
      Orange County, Vermont (38)  
      Windsor County, Vermont (79)  
 
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1New Hampshire (Grafton County), Lincoln — 224 — Betty and Barney Hill Incident
On the night of September 19–20, 1961, Portsmouth, NH couple Betty and Barney Hill experienced a close encounter with an unidentified flying object and two hours of “lost” time while driving south on Rte 3 near Lincoln. They filed . . . Map (db m74571) HM
2New Hampshire (Grafton County), Lincoln — Borasaurus(Granitus Holus)
Millions of years ago, the borasaurus roamed this area, It was similar in size to a T-Rex but with a large drill like horn on its head. It was his constant sharpening of this horn that produced such a smooth hole in this granite boulder. This rare . . . Map (db m97311) HM
3New Hampshire (Grafton County), Lincoln — Clark's Bridge
Clark's Bridge. Make: Howe Truss. Built: 1904. Weight 200 tons. Capacity 200 tons. Length 116'. Width 21'8". Clearance 20'6" Originally spanned the Winooski River in Barre, VT. Disassembled in 1960 and moved to Lincoln. Reassembled and in service . . . Map (db m97238) HM
4New Hampshire (Grafton County), Lincoln — Loon MountainSection of logging railroad — 1893-1947 —
Loon Mountain Section of logging railroad 1893-1947 A billion feet of logs were hauled over this track. Lincoln, N.H.Map (db m148136) HM
5New Hampshire (Grafton County), Lincoln — Quinten E. Mulleavey
Quinten E. Mulleavey born Dec. 16, 1948 Friend and dedicated member of the covered bridge project. One of three high school students who at the age of 16 helped move this massive covered bridge over the Pemigewasset River. Missing in . . . Map (db m97239) HM WM
6New Hampshire (Grafton County), Lincoln — Railroads tame the White Mountains
Rivers as roads for lumber In New England, limber and pulp mills traditionally got their wood from logs harvested in the winter and floated downstream during spring floods. Enterprising lumber baron J.E. Henry built a railroad that . . . Map (db m105956) HM
7New Hampshire (Grafton County), Lincoln — The Bear Show
During World War II, the small roadside attraction started by Edward P. and Florence M. Clark, known as Ed Clark's Eskimo Sled Dog Ranch, fell onto disrepair. When their sons, Edward M. and W. Murray Clark returned home from the war, Edward from the . . . Map (db m97236) HM
8New Hampshire (Grafton County), Lincoln — The First Passenger Carrying Aerial Tramway in North America
The First Passenger Carrying Aerial Tramway in North America was erected on Cannon Mountain in Franconia Notch in 1938. When loaded, this tramcar carried 27 passengers to the summit of cannon mountain in 9 minutes. This type of car had served 42 . . . Map (db m97237) HM
 
 
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Aug. 16, 2022