New Hampshire State of America

New Hampshire, 9thState
 (Live free or die)
  • Name (after the English county of Hampshire): “name”; “meaning”
  • Governor: Christopher Thomas Sununu (Republican Party)
  • Capital: Concord
  • Population:  1,371,250 (2020), (42nd most populous)
  • Location: New Hampshire is located in the New England region of the northeastern United States.
    1. North: Quebec (Canadian province),
    2. East: Maine and the Atlantic Ocean,
    3. South; Massachusetts,
    4. West: Vermont.
  • Area: 24,219 km2/ 9,351 mi2, 46th by rank
  • Postal Abbreviation: NH
  • Admitted to Union: June 21, 1788
  • Official language: English
    State’s Symbols
  • State Tree: White Birch
  • State Grass: none
  • State Flower: Purple Lilac
  • State Wildflower: Pink Lady’s Slipper
  • State food:
    1. State Vegetable: White Potato
    2. State Fruit: Pumpkin
    3. State Beverage: Apple Cider
  • State Animal: White-tailed Deer
  • State Insect: Ladybug
  • State Fish: Brook Trout
  • State Amphibian: Red-spotted Newt
  • State Dinosaur: none
  • State Reptile: none
  • State Bird: Purple Finch
  • State Horse: none
  • State Dog: Chinook
  • State Wildcat: Bobcat
  • State Butterfly: Karner Blue Butterfly
  • State Fossil: none
  • State Rock: Granite
  • State Gemstone: Smoky Quartz
  • State mineral: Beryl
  • State Emblem: Old Man of The Mountain
  • State Song:
    1. State Song 1: Old New Hampshire
    2. State Song 2: New Hampshire, My New Hampshire
    3. State Song 3: New Hampshire Hills
    4. State Song 4: Autumn in New Hampshire
    5. State Song 5: New Hampshire’s Granite State
    6. State Song 6: Oh, New Hampshire (you’re my home)
    7. State Song 7: The Old Man of the Mountain
    8. State Song 8: The New Hampshire State March
    9. State Song 9: New Hampshire Naturally
    10. State Song 10: Live Free or Die
  • Poet Laureate: Abolished on 2 July 2003
  • State Dance: none
  • State Sport: Skiing
  • State Firearm: none
  • State Ship: none
   Geography Facts
  • Land: 23,230 km(8,969 mi2), 44th
  • Water: 989 km(382 mi2), 45th
  • Coastline: 21 km (13 mi), 22nd
  • Shoreline: 211 km, (131 mi) 23rd
  • National Forests: 1
  • State Parks: 65
  • National Parks: 1
  • Water: 4.2%
  • Largest city (by area): 113,441 (90.6 km²)
  • Largest city (by population): 113,441 (113,441 people)
  • Lowest point: New Hampshire; sea level, tied for 3rd lowest
  • Highest point: Mt. Washington; 6,288 feet, (1,917 m.) 18th tallest
     Facts about New Hampshire
  • Nickname/s: The Granite State
  • Key Cities: Manchester, Portsmouth, Concord, Nashua.
  • Major industries: Manufacturing, technology, health care, tourism.
  • Famous for: Autumn splendor, White Mountain National Forest, 1300 lakes, Maple Syrup.
  • Area codes: 603

     Natural Resources

  • Agriculture:
    1. Apples
    2. Vegetables
    3. Sweet corn
    4. Maple products
  • Livestock:
    1. Dairy
    2. Poultry
    3. Cattle
    4. Calves
    5. Horses
  • Livestock products:
    1. Wool
    2. Eggs
    3. Milk
    4. Meat
  • Mining:
    1. Beryllium
    2. Feldspar
    3. Mica
    4. Smoky quartz
  • Fossil fuel:
    • none

 

      Mountains

              Mountains: 1718 

              Best Mountains to Visit:

  • Mount Washington (State High Point)
  • Mount Adams
  • Mount Jefferson
  • Mount Monroe
  • Mount Madison
  • Mount Lafayette
  • Mount Lincoln
  • South Twin Mountain
  • Carter Dome
  • Mount Moosilauke
  1.      Divisions
  • 10 Counties
  • 13 Cities
  • 221 Towns

 

 

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