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Northwood, New Hampshire Historical Markers

 
First New Hampshire Turnpike Marker image, Touch for more information
By Bill Pfingsten, August 15, 2014
First New Hampshire Turnpike Marker
New Hampshire (Rockingham County), Northwood — 181 — First New Hampshire Turnpike
Extending 36 miles from Piscataqua Bridge in Durham to the Merrimack River in East Concord, this highway was originally a toll road. The first of more than 80 New Hampshire turnpikes built by private corporations in the nineteenth century, this was . . . — Map (db m77814) HM
New Hampshire (Rockingham County), Northwood — 024 — LaFayette's Tour
Upon invitation of President Monroe, issued at the request of the Congress, Marquis de LaFayette, Revolutionary War hero, revisited the United States for a goodwill tour which included an extensive visit to New Hampshire towns. He passed this spot . . . — Map (db m77815) HM
New Hampshire (Rockingham County), Northwood — Northwood NH War Memorial
In grateful tribute to those of Northwood who honorably served in the Armed Forces of their country. Below is listed several campaigns: Korea Viet Nam Lebanon-Grenada Panama Persian Gulf — Map (db m96963) WM
New Hampshire (Rockingham County), Northwood — Northwood NH WWII Honor Roll
Northwood Honor Roll Dec. 7, 1941 - Sept. 2, 1945 There are 3 columns of names listed alphabetically, with 6 of the names having a star listed, indicating they died in the service of their country. — Map (db m96962) HM
New Hampshire (Rockingham County), Northwood — Northwood Parade 1775
Site of Meeting House 1781-1847 Center School House 1793-1996 Town House 1847 Shoe Shop ca. 1880 Moved Here - 1968 First N.H. Turnpike 1802 — Map (db m76453) HM

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