What makes New Hampshire special?
Come see what the British and French struck interest with in the early 1500s! Beautiful coast and plenty of water access and resources (fish, land animals, trees, nuts and berries, fertile soil, etc.)! The abundant recourses allowed New Hampshire to develop a large fishing industry as well as sawmills, shipyards, merchant warehouses, and large cities. New Hampshire is a British colony in the northern partition of the thirteen colonies known as New England. New Hampshire was also founded by individuals that thought the Puritans Massachusetts was a bit too "stuck up" and religiously intolerant; whatever form of Christianity you worship, you are welcome! New Hampshire is also guaranteed its land, as its charter was personally dealt with by European rulers William & Mary.
Map of the Thirteen Colonies
New Hampshire in neon green
Map of New Hampshire
Shipyard Industry In New Hampshire
advanced and developed industries in New Hampshire, owing to its geography and vast amount of natural resources
About New Hampshire
William & Mary
his and her majesty
King George II
Dispute of New Hampshire's Land
high demand from other colonies such as Massachusetts Bay and New York! valuable land in New Hampshire!