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  • Archibald Macpheadris (1680 - 1728)
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  • Robert Lee Frost (1874-1963) The Robert Frost Farm Historic Site was home to Robert Frost and his family from 1900-1911. Frost, one of the nation's most acclaimed poets whose writings are said to be the epitome of New England, attributed many of his poems to memories from the Derry years. The simple two-story white clapboard farmhouse is typical of New England in the 1880s.
  • Benjamin James (1673-1747) According to James family tradition, Benjamin and Susanna built a modest, rectangular, one-story house with a loft in 1707. In 1723, a larger, nine-room house was constructed for them, near the site of the earlier one-story building, which may have become Benjamin's weaving workshop.

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  • from NH State Register of Historic Places > Listed Properties
  • Citizen’s Hall, Corner of Brook and Main Street, West Chesterfield Village, Chesterfield
  • Clark House Museum Complex, South Main Street, Wolfeboro
  • Bethany Chapel, Newbury Road, Londonderry
  • Grace Episcopal Church, Lowell Street, Manchester
  • Rochester Commons Bandstand, Grant Street, Rochester
  • Brick Schoolhouse, Route 123, Sharon
  • January 28, 2002
  • Stanley Tavern, Main Street, Hopkinton
  • Little Red Schoolhouse, Main Street, Milton Mill
  • People’s Baptist Church, Pearl Street, Portsmouth
  • Chocorua Grange Hall, Gregs Way, Tamworth
  • April 29, 2002
  • Colonial Theatre, Main Street, Bethlehem
  • Penacook Academy, North Main Street, Boscawen
  • New England Masonic Charitable Institute, Town House Road, Effingham
  • Daloz/Johnson/Bradford Mill, Tannery Hill Road, Hancock
  • Benson’s Office and Food Service Building, Kimball Hill Road, Hudson
  • Bush Hill Road Barn, Kimball Hill Road, Hudson
  • Hudson Center Railroad Station, Kimball Hill Road, Hudson
  • Island Street Mill Building, Castle Street, Keene
  • West Street Mill Building, Castle Street, Keene
  • Maplewood, North River Road, Milford
  • Abbot-Spalding House, Nashville Street/Abbot Square, Nashua
  • George W. Libbey House, Jefferson Road, Whitefield
  • July 29, 2002
  • District No. 8 Schoolhouse, Acworth Road, Charlestown
  • Robie’s Country Store, Riverside Street, Hooksett
  • Noah Cooke House and Daniels Archaeology Site, Daniels Hill Road, Keene
  • Cheshire Place, Hampshire Road, Rindge
  • Wakefield Town Hall, High Street, Wakefield (Sanbornton)
  • October 28, 2002
  • St. Kieran Community Center for the Arts, Emery Street, Berlin
  • Burch House, Main Street, Bethlehem
  • Benjamin Aldrich Homestead, Aldrich Road, Colebrook
  • Lake Company Office, Elm Street, Laconia (Lakeport)
  • Evans Block, Main Street, Lancaster
  • January 27, 2003
  • Acworth Town Hall, Hill Road, Acworth
  • Sellin Farm, Gilmanton Road, Barnstead
  • Province Road Meeting House, Province Road, Belmont
  • Capt. Caleb Page/”Molly Stark House,” Stark Highway North, Dunbarton
  • Benjamin Rowe House, Belknap Mountain Road, Gilford
  • Horace Richards House/Aiken Academy, Lamson Avenue, Goffstown
  • Greenfield Elementary School/ Town Office, Sawmill Road, Greenfield
  • New England College Covered Bridge, pedestrian way over the Contoocook River, Henniker
  • Randall Farm, Randall Road, Lee
  • District #2 Schoolhouse/Old High School, Lowell Street, Manchester
  • Sugar Hill Meetinghouse, Route 117, Sugar Hill
  • April 28, 2003
  • Brown Company Barns, East Milan Road, Berlin
  • Union Meetinghouse, Belknap Mountain Road, Gilford
  • Sunapee Mountain Grange #144, Mill Village Road North, Goshen
  • Valley Cemetery, Pine and Auburn Streets, Manchester
  • July 28, 2003
  • Nathaniel Rolfe Barn, Penacook Street, Concord (Penacook)
  • Ray Farm, Ray Road, Hillsborough
  • Chamberlain Bridge, Daniel Webster Highway, Merrimack
  • Daniel Smith Tavern, Main Street, New Hampton
  • Four Corners Farm, Isaac Frye Highway, Wilton
  • October 27, 2003
  • Moore-Scott House, Windham Depot Road, Derry
  • Sanborn Mills, Sanborn Road, Loudon
  • Maynard-Gates House, Gates Road, Marlborough
  • Carroll County Courthouse, Route 171, Ossipee
  • January 26, 2004
  • Hildreth-Jones Tavern, Jones Road, Amherst
  • Epsom Town Hall, Dover Road, Epsom
  • Haley Homestead, Birch Hill Road, Lee
  • Clinton Grove Academy, Hodgdon Road, Weare
  • April 26, 2004
  • Graves Homestead, Middle Road, Brentwood
  • Centennial High School, Elm Street, Milford
  • July 26, 2004
  • Allenstown Meeting House, Deerfield Road, Allenstown
  • Emery’s Tavern, Mountain Road, Concord
  • Sarah and Simon Green Farm, Sheepboro Road, Farmington
  • Colonial Theatre, Main Street, Keene
  • The 1937 Terminal, East Perimeter Road, Manchester
  • October 25, 2004
  • Dana House, Elm Street, Lebanon
  • Londonderry Grange #44, Mammoth Road, Londonderry
  • Lamprey House, Whittier Highway, Moultonborough
  • Moultonborough Town House, Whittier Highway, Moultonborough
  • January 24, 2005
  • Gorham Town Hall, Park Street, Gorham
  • Blanchard-Bowers House, Manchester Street, Merrimack
  • April 25, 2005
  • Whipple House, Summer Street, Bristol
  • Rossview Farm, District #5 Road, Concord
  • Baptist New Meeting House, Main Street, New London
  • July 25, 2005
  • Mt. Forist Grange Cemetery, East Milan Road, Berlin
  • Bridges House, Mountain Road, Concord
  • Samuel R. Hanson House, Rochester Hill Road, Rochester
  • October 31, 2005
  • Rolfe Homestead, Penacook Street, Concord (Penacook)
  • Waumbek Cottage Historic District:
  • Bashaba, Starr King Road, Jefferson
  • Beit-el-Hakeen / The Birches, Cottage Road, Jefferson
  • Onaway, Cottage Road, Jefferson
  • The Bungalow, Starr King Road
  • Wayonda, Cottage Road, Jefferson
  • Wyndybrae, Cottage Road, Jefferson
  • Spinney Meeting House, Lovell Lake Road, Wakefield
  • January 30, 2006
  • North District School, Portsmouth Avenue, Greenland
  • Universalist Chapel, 2nd New Hampshire Turnpike, Lempste
  • New London Barn Playhouse, Main Street, New London
  • Randolph Church, US Route 2, Randolph
  • Simon’s Store, North Stark Highway, Weare
  • May 1, 2006
  • Pawtuckaway CCC Camp, 123 Recreation Hall, Stage Road, Deerfield
  • Madison Corner School, Route 113, Madison
  • Eugene and Mary Quirin House, Coolidge Avenue, Mancheste
  • North Hampton Town Hall, Atlantic Avenue, North Hampton
  • July 31, 2006
  • Mt. Washington Cemetery, Main and Prospect Streets, Bethlehem
  • Webster Stagecoach Stop and Store, Route 111A, Danville
  • Folsom’s Tavern / Odiorne Farm, Back River Road, Durham
  • Union Chapel, Sawmill Road, Hillsborough
  • Stone Homestead, Old Homestead Highway, Swanzey
  • October 30, 2006
  • Stone Arch Bridge, Cheshire Railroad over the Branch River, Keene
  • John Bowker House, Winter Street, Keene
  • H.E. Netsch & Sons Blacksmithing, Second Street, Manchester
  • Peterborough Town Library, Concord Street, Peterborough
  • Portsmouth Marine Railway, Marcy Street, Portsmouth
  • January 29, 2007
  • Holman & Merriman Machine Shop, Canal Street, Hinsdale
  • Corner School House, River & Poocham Roads, Westmoreland
  • April 30, 2007
  • Smyth Library, High Street, Candia
  • Thomas Ayres Homestead, Park Avenue, Greenland
  • Littleton Community House, Main Street, Littleton
  • Temple Town Hall, off Route 45, Temple
  • Shedd Free Library, North Main Street, Washington
  • July 30, 2007
  • Haverhill Lime Kilns, Limekiln Road, Haverhill
  • Simonds Rock, off Al Pond Lane, Merrimack
  • New Castle Congregational Church, Main Street, New Castle
  • Odiorne Homestead, Ocean Boulevard, Rye
  • Governor Wentworth State Historic Site, Wentworth Farm Road, Wolfeboro
  • October 29, 2007
  • Sawyer Tavern, Arch Street, Keene
  • Head Chapel and Cemetery, Pleasant Street, Hooksett
  • Indian Stream Schoolhouse, Tabor Road, Pittsburg
  • Stone Memorial Building, Route 114, Weare
  • January 28, 2008
  • Arah W. Prescott Library, Hookset
  • April 28, 2008
  • Allenstown Public Library, Allenstown
  • Hooksett Village Bridge (aka Lilac Bridge), over Merrimack River between Riverside St and Veterans Dr, Hooksett
  • Thomas Farm, Rindge
  • Lisbon Railroad Station, Lisbon
  • Marelli’s Market, Hampton
  • Rolfe Family Historic District, Concord
  • Kelley’s Corner School, Gilmanton
  • July 28 , 2008
  • Bartlett Engine House, Bartlett
  • Pelham Library and Memorial Building, Pelham
  • Francestown Mill Village Historic District, Francestown
  • Francestown Main Street Historic District, Francestown
  • Bennington Village Historic District, Bennington
  • October 27, 2008
  • Upper Village Hall, Derry
  • Harbor House Livery/Sunapee Town Hall, Sunapee
  • James M. Perkins House, Sunapee
  • Kentlands, New London
  • January 26, 2009
  • Stoddard Town Hall, Stoddard
  • April 27, 2009
  • Thayer Public Library, Winchester (Ashuelot)
  • Gregg-Montgomery House, Francestown
  • Robert Lane Farm House/R.P. Caggett Farm, Newport
  • 34 Main Street, Bennington Village District, Bennington
  • Old Bixby House, Main Street Historic District, Francestown
  • July 27, 2009
  • Blair Covered Bridge, Campton
  • Old Town Hall, Sale
  • Hooksett Town House/Town Hall, Hooksett
  • October 26 2009
  • Jeremiah Smith Grange #161, Lee
  • Moulton-Greene-Leach House, Moultonborough
  • Nathan Gould House, Stoddard
  • Old Thornton Town Hall, Thornton
  • James Crombie House, Main Street Historic District, Francestown
  • The Beehive, Main Street Historic District, Francestow
  • January 25, 2010
  • Samuel Nutt-Joseph Kingsbury Farm, Francestown
  • Town Hall/Francestown Academy, Main Street Historic District, Francestown
  • Caleb Weston House, Main Street Historic District, Francestown
  • April 26, 2010
  • The Long Island House Inn, Moultonborough
  • Brown Library, Seabrook
  • July 17, 2010
  • Kona Farm (currently the Kona Mansion Inn), Moultonborough
  • Chichester Grange Hall, Chichester
  • Stark Park, Manchester
  • October 10, 2010
  • Kinsman Cemetery, Easton
  • District 5 School/East Grafton Town Hall, Grafton
  • District 13 School, Grafton
  • East Grafton Union Church, Grafton
  • Hampton Beach Fire Station, Hampton
  • Glidden-Towle-Edgerly House, Lee
  • Weare Free Library, Weare
  • Westmoreland Town Hall, Westmoreland
  • Jonathan Livermore House, Wilton

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