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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Pittsburg
Pittsburg, New Hampshire and Vicinity
▶ Coos County (54) ▶ Carroll County (34) ▶ Grafton County (131) ▶ Oxford County, Maine (2) ▶ Essex County, Vermont (15)
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|This corner marks the location where the Constitution establishing the Indian Stream Republic was adopted on July 9, 1832. The Center School built here in 1828 and known as Independence Hall served as school, town hall and courthouse. The Center . . . — — Map (db m156544) HM|
Dedicated To The Men Of Pittsburg
Who Served Their Country In The World War
Aldrich, Darwin L.
Beecher, Leo N.
Blais, Roy L.
Dourant, Peter R.
Davis, Hosea B.
Davis, Franklin H.
Grover, Jesse A. . . . — — Map (db m156646) WM|
Dedicated To All Servicemen And Women
From Pittsburg, NH Who Have Served
Their Country Since World War II
Covill, Craig R.
Grover, Brendon A.
Howe, Larry A.
Johnson, William A.
Marquis, . . . — — Map (db m156682) WM|
Dedicated To Members
Of The Armed Forces
Who Served In World War II
Aldrich, Henry W.
Audit, Joseph W.
Baker, John T.
Baldwin, Hollis W.
Bernier, Roger P.
Blais, Howard . . . — — Map (db m156683) WM|
| In 1832 the settlers of the area between Indian Stream and Hall's Stream, claimed by both Canada and the United States, set up the independent republic of Indian Stream. Yielding to New Hampshire in 1836, Indian Stream became part of Pittsburg and . . . — — Map (db m75611) HM|
| THE INDIAN STREAM REPUBLIC
Borders have always aroused intrigue and fascination. Behind closed doors are whispered well-kept secrets, and forgotten stories as well. The Indian Stream Republic is one of those stories.
The signing of the . . . — — Map (db m156549) HM|