Offers a full list of counties and county equivalents in New Hampshire
featuring the oldest, newest, largest and smallest counties by population
and area, as well as county seals and political map of New Hampshire.
the abbreviations and acronyms that stand for New Hampshire. Also includes other
English words or phrases that have the same initials as state name of
New Hampshire is a federal state of the United States of
America and is located in the north of the country on the east coast. The state
has large reserves and formations of granite, which is why it is also called the
granite state. The largest city of New Hampshire is Concord while the largest
city is Manchester.
Fishermen and presidential elections - a story as diverse as the USA
When the area began to be settled, the state was explored by both English and
French explorers. Due to the favorable location on the coast and the proximity
to the Canadian provinces, mainly fishermen settled here, who benefited from the
shoals on the coast.
More and more traders came to the region to use the ports. Many of them were
very wealthy, creating a wide gap between the poor and the rich. The slave trade
was also widespread.
New Hampshire has been a founding state of the United States since
1788. Large waves of immigrants from Canada were drawn to the large textile
mills that settled here during industrialization.
The state traditionally belongs to New England. As a rather conservative
state, all eyes are on him in the US presidential election. Very early elections
are being held here with Iowa, giving an outlook on the further course of the
The four seasons - a colorful play of colors
The nature of New Hampshire consists of large mountains, vast forests in the
north, a large lake region and the coast in the east.
The White Mountains are well known. The mountain range is part of the
Appalachian Mountains and lies in the north of the state. The highest mountain
in this range is Mount Washington, it is one of the coldest places in the world.
In the middle of the state lies the area of the lakes. The most famous of
them is Lake Winnipesaukee.
New Hampshire is also famous for the fascinating play of colors of the trees
when the seasons change. Many tourists come in autumn to see the leaves of the
trees in the woods turn from green to red and then to orange. Whole forests
shine in different colors and shades.