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Historical Markers in Rumney, 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
Rumney 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), Rumney — 55 — Baker River
Baker River Known to Indians as Asquamchumauke, the nearby river was renamed for Lt. Thomas Baker (1682-1753) whose company of 34 scouts from North- ampton, Mass. passed down this valley in 1712. A few miles south his men destroyed a . . . Map (db m97232) HM
2New Hampshire (Grafton County), Rumney — Geological History of the Polar Caves
Nearly five billion years ago a great ball of cosmic gasses began to cool and condense forming our solar system. This cooling process continued for 3½ billion years solidifying our planet, Earth, and eventually forming the first continental . . . Map (db m97246) HM
3New Hampshire (Grafton County), Rumney — Park History
Polar Caves Park was discovered by a group of local teenagers playing in the boulders beneath Mt. Haycock in the year 1900. Twenty-two years later Edwin Collishaw, seeing the potential, opened the caves to the public. He chose the name Polar Caves . . . Map (db m97245) HM
4New Hampshire (Grafton County), Rumney — The Granite State
Granite is an Igneous rock and is known for being extremely durable and hard. In the early 1900's this site was used to harvet granite for the main lodge's foundation and entrance signs for the Polar Caves. You can see examples of where the granite . . . Map (db m97247) HM
 
 
  
 
 
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Aug. 15, 2022