Category: Guide to New Hampshire

New Hampshire – The state has approximately 80,000 inhabitants and was explored by the English Martin Pring in 1603 and Samuel Champlain in 1605 and named after it because of its landscape similarity to Hampshire County in England. The first settlement was in Little Harbor in 1623. During the Revolutionary War of 1775 – 1783, New Hampshire declared independence from England on June 15, 1776, and at the same time claimed the area of ​​what is now Vermont. Granite stone is New Hampshire’s primary product; hence the nickname “Granite State”. The capital is Concorde. As the 9th state, it joined in 1788 as one of the 13 original states of the Union.