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New Hampshire historical markers

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New Hampshire historical markers

Example of a New Hampshire historical marker

The State of New Hampshire has, since 1958, placed historical markers at locations that are deemed significant to New Hampshire history. The New Hampshire Division of Historical Resources (DHR) and the Department of Transportation (DOT) are jointly responsible for the historical marker program. The program is authorized by RSA 227 C:4, X, and RSA 236:40 to 44. Any individual or group may propose a marker to commemorate significant New Hampshire places, persons, or events. Requests must be accompanied by a petition for the marker, signed by at least 20 New Hampshire citizens.

List of markers

See also

External links

  • "New Hampshire Historical Highway Markers" - New Hampshire Division of Historical Resources
  • RSA XIX 227-C:4 Historic Preservation Functions
  • RSA XX 236:40-48 Marking the Location of Public and Historic Incidents (Highway Regulations)
    • RSA XX 236:40 Historic Markers
    • RSA XX 236:41 Historic Preservation Office
    • RSA XX 236:44 Cooperative Markers
  • NewHampshire.com Page on the markers
  • Photo Collection of NH Historical Markers on Flickr
  • State maintained photos of each historical marker by number
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