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Concord, New Hampshire

Concord is located in the south-central part and is the capital and the third largest city in the U.S. State of New Hampshire. In Concord, the famous Concord Coach was built. The area has many landmarks and other tourist attractions and the city is home to the University of New Hampshire School of Law. Many independent films and filmmakers visit Concord during the SNOB Film Festival.

To See And To Do In Concord

  • McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center
  • Canterbury Shaker Village
  • Beaver Meadow Golf Course
  • Downtown
  • The Concord City Auditorium
  • Explore the trail system

History Of Concord - Timeline

In 1659, the place was named Penacook by the first settlers. In 1725, the area was settled by immigrants from Massachusetts. In 1733, the Walker-Woodman House was built. It is the oldest standing house in Concord. In 1734, the town was incorporated as Rumford. In 1765, the town was renamed to Concord. In 1787, Levi Hutchins of Concord invented the first alarm clock.

In 1808, Concord became the state capital. In 1813, Lewis Downing came to Concord and built his first Concord Wagon. A couple of years later, he and J. Stephens Abbot started to build the now famous Concord Coach. In 1819, the State House was completed and it is the oldest in continuous use in the country. In 1904, the Concord City Auditorium was built. In 1973, the University of New Hampshire School of Law was founded.