Concord, New Hampshire

What is Concord, New Hampshire known for?


story+family

farm house in Weare (Weare, New Hampshire) to a Cape Cod-style (Cape Cod (house)) single-floor home on two well-manicured acres in Hopkinton, New Hampshire, a town adjacent to the state capital of Concord (Concord, New Hampshire). Souter told a disappointed Weare neighbor that the two-story family farmhouse was not structurally sound enough to support the thousands of books he owns, and that he wished to live on one level.


eclectic medical

at the Cincinnati Eclectic Medical Institute, from which he graduated in May 1858. He studied abroad for two years, and then returned to the United States and engaged in the practice of homeopathic medicine and surgery in Concord, New Hampshire. He was an active member of the American Institute of Homeopathy (AIH) from 1868–80, and throughout his political career, he was a forthright advocate of the homeopathic school of thought and practice. Besides the AIH, he was a member


influential landscape

, sparking his later creative and innovative use of plants in the landscape. In 1936, Kiley entered the design program at Harvard University, while continuing work with Manning. Among his classmates and friends were Garrett Eckbo and James C. Rose, who also became influential landscape architects. After two years at Harvard, Kiley left without graduating. He worked briefly for the National Park Service in Concord, New Hampshire, and later the United States Housing Authority


bestselling

. Lederer is the daughter of bestselling non-fiction author Richard Lederer and the sister of world-class poker players Howard Lederer and Annie Duke. She graduated from St. Paul's School (St. Paul's School (Concord, New Hampshire)) in Concord (Concord, New Hampshire), New


work historical

lawn tennis associations agreed, one of the four Harvard players, Dwight F. Davis, designed a tournament format and ordered an appropriate sterling silver trophy from Shreve, Crump & Low, purchasing it from his own funds for about $1000.


story home

American publisher, editor, and politician from Concord, New Hampshire. Born in 1789 in West Cambridge, Massachusetts, he represented New Hampshire in the United States Senate and later served as governor. He died in 1851 in Washington, D.C., and is buried at the Blossom Hill Cemetery in Concord, New Hampshire. Baker's father, Abel J. Baker, Jr., owned a lumber mill and built a 2 1 2 story home for his family in the village of West Concord, NH in 1821 with lumber from his


school site

. The only public middle school in the Concord School District is Rundlett Middle School, which has about 1,500 students. Concord School District's elementary schools underwent a major re-configuration in 2012, with three newly constructed schools opening and replacing six previous schools. Kimball School and Walker School were replaced by Christa McAuliffe School on the Kimball School site, Conant School (and Rumford School, which closed a year earlier) were replaced by Abbot-Downing


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. In his 1861 book ''Roughing It'', Mark Twain described the Concord stage's ride as like "a cradle on wheels". '''Tony Conrad''' (born '''Anthony S. Conrad''' in 1940 in Concord, New Hampshire) is an American avant-garde video artist, experimental filmmaker, musician composer, sound artist, teacher and writer. His father was Arthur Conrad, who worked with Everett Warner during World War II in designing dazzle camouflage


national medical'

of many state and national medical societies, and a frequent contributor to the journals of his profession. He was on the board of trustees of Columbia Hospital for Women, and a member of the board of visitors to Providence Hospital Augusta Read Thomas was born in Glen Cove, New York. She attended The Green Vale School and later moved on to St. Paul's School (St. Paul's School (Concord, New Hampshire)) in Concord, New Hampshire, and then studied composition with Jacob Druckman at Yale


research work

science s at his alma mater, St. Paul's School (St. Paul's School (Concord, New Hampshire)) in Concord, New Hampshire, where he was appointed vice rector in 1904. In 1909, he was in Europe at the University of Munich (Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich), engaged in research work. He later became head of the Coit School for American boys in Munich (Munich, Germany). His publications include: * ''A Manual of Chemical Arithmetic'' (1886) Early life Born September 1

Concord, New Hampshire

'''Concord''' is the capital city of the U.S. state of New Hampshire and the county seat of Merrimack County (Merrimack County, New Hampshire). As of the 2010 census (2010 United States Census), its population was 42,695. United States Census Bureau, American FactFinder, 2010 Census figures. Retrieved March 23, 2011.

Concord includes the villages of Penacook (Penacook, New Hampshire), East Concord and West Concord. The city is home to the University of New Hampshire School of Law, New Hampshire's only law school; St. Paul's School (St. Paul's School (Concord, New Hampshire)), a private preparatory school (University-preparatory school); New Hampshire Technical Institute, a two-year community college; and the Granite State Symphony Orchestra.

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