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Enfield, New Hampshire 03748

Enfield, NH Lodging, Real Estate, Travel & Visitor Information

Enfield NHEnfield NHFirst named Enfield by settlers from Enfield, Connecticut, the town was renamed Relhan in 1766 to honor Dr. Anthony Relhan. The doctor was a promoter of sea-bathing as a curative, making Brighton a fashionable English resort. The town was renamed Enfield in 1784 after the Revolution. Enfield was the site of a Shaker Community in the early 1800’s, whose buildings are now occupied by the La Salette Brotherhood of Montreal. The Shrine of Our Lady of La Salette is well-known for its Christmas holiday display. Enfield is home to Mascoma Lake and includes the villages of Upper and Lower Shaker Village, and Lockehaven.

historic photo sign of Enfield NH

Historic Enfield NH
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Incorporated: 1761
County: Grafton
Enfield, NH Population:
2010: 4,582

GPS Coordinates:
Latitude: 43.3830
Longitude: -72.0843

Enfield, NH Local Information
Enfield Police Dispatch: 911

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