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State of New Hampshire
Official State Seal

Population:
1,809,315

Under 18:
298,186

Over 65:
165,742

Employed:
861,053

Land in SM:
8,968.10

Official Website

Acres of Farms:
444,879

Births:
14,420

Deaths:
10,194

Infant Deaths:
70

Property Crime:
27,526

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Winter Family Activities in New Hampshire | eHow.com

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New Hampshire Maple Tree Identification | eHow.com

These New Hampshire maple trees have specific features to help identify them. ... Maples are a large group of trees from the Aceraceae family.
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How to Identify Fruit Trees in New Hampshire | eHow.com

How to Identify Fruit Trees in New Hampshire. ... It is an activity that the entire family can... The Best Trees for Zone 4. The Best Trees for Zone 4.
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Family Activities on the Seacoast of New Hampshire | eHow.com

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Wasps & Ash Trees in New Hampshire | eHow.com

Wasps & Ash Trees in New Hampshire. The emerald ash borer, ... primarily from the Buprestidae family, which includes emerald ash borers.
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New Hampshire Maple Tree Identification | eHow.com

These New Hampshire maple trees have specific features to help identify them. ... Maples are a large group of trees from the Aceraceae family.
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w-hampshire-maple-tree-identification
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How to Identify Fruit Trees in New Hampshire | eHow.com

How to Identify Fruit Trees in New Hampshire. ... It is an activity that the entire family can... The Best Trees for Zone 4. The Best Trees for Zone 4.
http://www.ehow.com/how_7579360_iden
tify-fruit-trees-new-hampshire.html



Family Activities on the Seacoast of New Hampshire | eHow.com

Travelers to New Hampshire's seacoast can enjoy surfing and sandy beaches along the ... tree and plant identification, ... New Hampshire; Family Activities for New Years;
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ily-activities-seacoast-new-hampshire
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Wasps & Ash Trees in New Hampshire | eHow.com

Wasps & Ash Trees in New Hampshire. The emerald ash borer, ... primarily from the Buprestidae family, which includes emerald ash borers.
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ps-ash-trees-new-hampshire.html



Native New Hampshire Plants | eHow.com

Native New Hampshire Plants. ... a rather unique feature in the fern family. ... is the state flower of New Hampshire, while the state tree is the white birch ...
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ive-new-hampshire-plants.html



Winter Family Activities in New Hampshire | eHow.com

New Hampshire has sugar houses, buildings where they boil sap from the maple trees in giant vats, that you can visit during "Open House Weekend," which usually takes ...
http://www.ehow.com/info_8232772_win
ter-family-activities-new-hampshire.h
tml



New Hampshire Maple Tree Identification | eHow.com

These New Hampshire maple trees have specific features to help identify them. ... Maples are a large group of trees from the Aceraceae family.
http://www.ehow.com/facts_7693267_ne
w-hampshire-maple-tree-identification
.html



How to Identify Fruit Trees in New Hampshire | eHow.com

How to Identify Fruit Trees in New Hampshire. ... It is an activity that the entire family can... The Best Trees for Zone 4. The Best Trees for Zone 4.
http://www.ehow.com/how_7579360_iden
tify-fruit-trees-new-hampshire.html