The Granite State
New Hampshire Lakes Region Properties
- State Site: Official Web Site of the State of New Hampshire
- Capital City:
- Portsmouth, 1679-1774. Exeter, 1775-1781. Miscellaneous temporary towns, 1781-1808. Concord, since 1808.
- Concord Apartments
- Capitol: A History of the State House
- Postal: NH
- Traditional: N.H.
- Admission to Union:
- Ancestry / Genealogy:
- Apartments: New Hampshire Apartments
- Area Codes: New Hampshire Area Codes
- Biographies: Notable New Hampshirites
- Birth Records: Birth Certificates
- Border States:
- Citizens: New Hampshire Citizens
- Climate: Climatology For New Hampshire
- Constitution: New Hampshire Constitution, 9th state to enter the Union.
- County Profile: New Hampshire Counties
- Courts: New Hampshire Judiciary
- Current Events: New Hampshire News
- Death Records: Death Certificates
- Department of: State Government Agencies
- Driving: Bureau of Driver Licensing
- Manufacturing: New Hampshire's leading manufactured products are computer and
electronic products. Telephone equipment, computer microchips, military communication systems are also
manufactured. Fabricated metals manufacturing (ball bearings, machine tools) is the second-ranking
manufacturing activity followed by machinery manufacture (printing, metalworking machinery, lens-making
equipment, optical instruments).
- Agriculture: Greenhouse and nursery products are the most important agricultural
products for New Hampshire. Home and garden plants and Christmas trees are the most important items in this
area. New Hampshire's most important field crop is hay, used mainly for cattle and horse feed. Maple
syrup is an important farm product. Potatoes and sweet corn are the leading vegetable crops while
apples are the leading fruit crop. Dairy farming ranks second in New Hampshire. Other livestock products
are beef cattle, eggs and hogs.
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- Services: In the services area, the finance, insurance and real estate industry
leads the way due to growing urban areas, tourism and strong real estate markets. Manchester is the
state's insurance and banking center. Each year, tourism brings in billions of dollars to the state.
Ranking second is the community, business and personal services
sector spurred by private health care, law firms, vacation resorts and repair shops. The wholesale
(automobiles, groceries) and retail (discount stores, food stores, service stations, restaurants) trade
sector ranks third.
- Mining: Though many important minerals are scattered throughout the stated, sand
and gravel for roads and concrete are New Hampshire's leading mined products. Granite quarries provide
- Genealogical Resources:
- Geographic Center: New Hampshire Geography
- Highest Point: Mount Washington, 6,288 feet above sea level.
- Highway Markers: New Hampshire
- Judiciary: New Hampshire Judiciary
- Largest Cities: 10 Largest Cities
- Legislature: New Hampshire General Court
- Library: New Hampshire State Library
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- License Plates: New Hampshire
- Lottery: New Hampshire Lottery
- Lowest Point: Atlantic Ocean, sea level.
- Maps: New Hampshire Maps
- Marriage: New Hampshire Marriage Certificates
- Motor Vehicles: Division of Motor Vehicles
- Museums: New Hampshire Museums
- National Forests:
- National Parks: National Parks in New Hampshire
- Natural Resources: Climate and soils, clays and loam, support dense forests.
85% of New Hampshire is forested. Valuable softwood trees are balsam fir, cedar, hemlock, spruce, tamarack and
white pine. Valuable hardwoods are ash, basswood, beech, birch, maple and oak. Large deposits of red, gray and
other granites are found across the state. Though only about 7% of the state is farmland, New Hampshire's soils
support good crops.
- Newspapers: New Hampshire
- Nickname: for New Hampshire
- Non-transients: Find A Grave
- Online Services: e_Government Services
- Origin of State's name: New Hampshire
- Political Cartoons: PoliticalCartoons.com
- Road Side America: New Hampshire
- Senior Citizens:
- Song: Multiple
- State Parks: New Hampshire State Parks
- State Quarter: New Hampshire
- Symbols: New Hampshire Symbols
- Taxes, Business: e-File New Hampshire
- Topography: State Topography Image: New Hampshire
- Unclaimed Funds: Abandoned Property
- Veteran Affairs: State Veterans Council
- Vital Records: Division of Vital Records Administration
- Voting: Secretary of State's Election Division
- Web Cams: New Hampshire Webcams
- Zip Codes:
- Zoos: (None)