Hebron, New Hampshire 03241
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The pretty town of Hebron, New Hampshire was originally part of Cockermouth. Cockermouth was separated in 1792 when that town was renamed Groton. Hebron was named in honor of Hebron, Connecticut, the native town of many settlers, just as Groton, Connecticut, was home to many settlers in Groton.
Coppertoppe Inn & Retreat Center, 8 Range Road, Hebron, NH 03241 | 603-744-3636
Coppertoppe is a bed and breakfast and retreat center in Hebron, NH. The Inn overlooks beautiful Newfound Lake in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Newfound is one of the cleanest lakes in the world, the deepest and fourth largest lake in New Hampshire. Pure, clean water, amazing views, state parks, waterfalls, hiking trails and the joys of Nature's Playground make visiting Coppertoppe a time away from the crush of modern life.
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The Phelps family was prominent among this group, and Samuel Phelps’ father-in-law, General Israel Morey, is known as the inventor of an early steamboat.
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