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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Rye, New Hampshire
Location of Rye, New Hampshire
► Rockingham County (127) ► Hillsborough County (36) ► Merrimack County (120) ► Strafford County (40) ► York County, Maine (56) ► Essex County, Massachusetts (247)
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|The receiving station for the first Atlantic cable, laid in 1874, is located on Old Beach Road opposite this location. The remains of the Sunken Forest (remnants of the Ice Age) may be seen at low tide. Intermingled with these gnarled stumps is the . . . — — Map (db m74580) HM|
|About six miles offshore, these nine rocky islands served Europeans as a fishing station before the first mainland settlements were made in 1623. Capt. John Smith (1580-1631) named the group "Smiths Isles" in 1614. The codfish that "shoaled" or . . . — — Map (db m165413) HM|
| Other Names for Pulpit Rock Tower: Gun Battery Fire Control Station; and Harbor Defense Unit and Base End
8 (plus basement and roof deck)
Purpose: The Tower was . . . — — Map (db m162688) HM|
| Origins of New England
John Smith’s map and widely read book “A Description of New England” detailed the region’s teeming fishing banks, abundant game, clean rivers, vast forests and native people. The book had a major influence . . . — — Map (db m165414) HM|
Fire Control Tower
is listed in the
of Historic Places
by the United States
Department of the Interior
1943 — — Map (db m162686) HM|
Dedicated to the memory of the Men of Rye who fought in the Revolutionary War The War of 1812
Civil War 2 rows with 43 names Spanish War 2 rows, 2 names
Dedicated to the memory of the Men and Women of Rye Who served our Nation in World War . . . — — Map (db m107449) WM|