Hart’s Location, New Hampshire 03812
Hart’s Location, NH Lodging, Real Estate, Travel & Visitor Information
The area known as Hart’s Landing, New Hampshire was given the name of Colonel John Hart of Portsmouth, this long, narrow piece of land encompasses Crawford Notch. It was regranted in 1772 to Thomas Chadbourne of Portsmouth. Hart’s Location was the site of the famous Willey’s Slide, an avalanche that killed Samuel Willey and his entire family in 1826. Mount Willey is named in their honor, as is the village of Avalanche. The town is also the gravesite of Abel Crawford, for whom Crawford Notch is named. Today, the Crawford Notch General Store and Campground attracts hundreds of visitors annually.
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