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New Hampshire Max, Jaydin, Angelica, Jazlynn and Syrell
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History 1. 3,000 years ago the early settlers began living in villages. 2.Martin Pring was the first European to arrive.
Culture 1.Tourist come too ski, hike,walk along the seashore,and to see scenery in fall. 2.Glaciers formed New Hampshire’s Madison Boulder.
Interesting Facts 1. Franklin Pierce from New Hampshire was elected U.S.A president in Portsmouth is one of the cities in the United States.
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