North Hampton, New Hampshire 03862
North Hampton, NH Lodging Real Estate History Travel
The New Hampshire seacoast town of North Hampton was first settled in 1639. North Hampton, as the name would suggest, was a part of Hampton known as North Hill or North Parish. Residents began petitioning for separation from Hampton as early as 1719, but township was not granted until 1742, following separation of New Hampshire from Massachusetts. North Hampton North Hampton villages include North Hampton Center, Cemetery Corners, Fogg Corner, and Little Boars Head.
North Hampton NH sites of interest include Fuller Gardens, Centennial Hall, Great Bay Pottery, and the North Hampton State Beach – a popular oceanside New Hampshire State Park.
The Old Salt Restaurant at Lamie's Inn, 490 Lafayette Road, Hampton NH 03842
Bring your children, parents, and friends to The Old Salt Restaurant, where you will find great local flavor in a comfortable atmosphere. Come for lunch, dinner, or Sunday brunch, and enjoy great food and great company!
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North Hampton NH History
North Hampton was the birthplace of General Henry Dearborn, commander-in-chief of the American forces in the War of 1812, for whom Fort Dearborn (Chicago) and Dearborn, Michigan, were named.
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North Hampton, NH Local Information
North Hampton Police Dispatch: 911
Town of North Hampton Official Website: www.northhampton-nh.gov
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