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New Hampshire Tourism

There are a number of Revolutionary War attractions you can visit today in New Hampshire. Tourism of New Hampshire attractions might include Fort Constitution Historic Site at Newcastle, the homes of Josiah Bartlett and Matthew Thornton, both signers of the Declaration of Independence, a home where John Paul Jones, the American Revolutions's greatest naval hero, once stayed or the Ladd-Gilman House, the birthplace of Nicholas Gilman, Jr., one of New Hampshire's delegates to the Constitutional Convention.

General John Stark statue - Manchester Park - Manchester, New Hampshire

General John Stark

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If you have visited any historic New Hampshire attractions from the Revolutionary War, we would like to give you the opportunity to share your experiences and your pictures here. Here are some of the New Hampshire travel sites we would like to hear about from you...

  • Home of Matthew Thornton, Signer of Declaration of Independence
  • Home of Josiah Bartlett, Signer of Declaration of Independence
  • Home of John Paul Jones, American Revolution's greatest naval hero
  • Birthplace of Nicholas Gilman, Jr., delegate to Constitutional Convention
  • Home of John Langdon, governor and delegate to Constitutional Convention
  • Home of General John Sullivan, captor of Fort William and Mary at Portsmouth
  • Home of Tobias Lear, personal secretary of George Washington from 1784-1799
  • Home of General John Stark, hero of the Battle of Bennington
  • Fort Constitution Historic Site, formerly Fort William and Mary
  • any other New Hampshire attractions related to the Revolutionary War.

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John Paul Jones House - Portsmouth, New Hampshire

John Paul Jones House -
Portsmouth, New Hampshire

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