Historical Markers
of the
Seacoast Region

Click the thumbnail images to see a larger picture, the text of the sign, and directions to find it (the text and directions were shamelessly lifted, for the most part, from the New Hampshire Historical Marker website). These images range in size from 15KB to 30KB; most are about 20KB.


4. William & Mary Raids
New Castle, NH
8. Site of Piscataqua Bridge
Durham, NH
18. Isles of Shoals
Rye, NH
26. The Old Meetinghouse
Sandown, NH
28. First Public School
Hampton, NH
32. Revolutionary Capital
Exeter, NH
37. George Washington's Visit
Hampton Falls, NH
46. Josiah Bartlett (1729-1795)
Kingston, NH
50. Oyster River Massacre
Durham, NH
62. Breakfast Hill
North Hampton, NH
63. Atlantic Cable Station and
Sunken Forest

Rye, NH
75. Portsmouth Plains
Portsmouth, NH
78. Odiorne's Point
Rye, NH
88. Charles Cogswell Doe
(1830-1896)

Rollinsford, NH
89. Major General John Sullivan
(1740-1795)

Durham, NH
92. Hilton's Point - 1623
Dover, NH
97. Exeter Town House
Exeter, NH
103. Shapley Line
Seabrook, NH
113. Weeks House
Greenland, NH
114. North Cemetery
Portsmouth, NH
120. Bound Rock
Hampton, NH
127. John Langdon (1741-1819)
Portsmouth, NH
142. Mast Tree Riot of 1734
Fremont, NH
151. Newington
Newington, NH
154. Packer's Falls
Durham, NH
156. John Brown Family - Gunsmiths
Fremont, NH
157. Spaulding & Frost Cooperage
Fremont, NH
167. Meeting House and Hearse House
Fremont, NH
170. Civil War Riot of 1861
Fremont, NH



Stalking New Hampshire's Historical Markers



Revised January 5, 2002