West Ossipee, New Hampshire 03890
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West Ossipee is a New Hampshire village located in the greater community of Ossipee, NH. West Ossipee lies between Conway and Rochester on Route 16. West Ossipee is home to the historic Whittier Covered Bridge, which crosses the Bearcamp River. Ossipee was named for the Ossipee Indians, one of the twelve Algonquin tribes. It was once the site of an Indian stockade fort, designed to protect the tribe from Mohawks in the west. In 1725, the Indian stockade was destroyed, and then rebuilt by Captain John Lovewell. The new fort was one of the largest in New England.
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West Ossipee Police Dispatch: 911
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