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NH Memorials: A list of the significant non-war memorials around NH.
Summer 2016

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NH Monuments & Memorials
Remembering those who served!

There are numerous monuments and memorials throughout NH for those who served and or died in the military. Nearly every town remembers its fallen soldiers. Below, we detail the 'other' significant monuments throughout NH.

Fallen Firefighter Memorial - Located just off Route 106 on the campus of the New Hampshire Fire Academy.  

Law Enforcement Officers' Memorial - Located on the southeast NH State Law Enforcement Memorial, 10-14-13 corner of the Legislative Office Building, directly behind the statehouse in downtown Concord.

Marine Memorial - Located on the northern part of Hampton Beach, this monument is dedicated to all those who have perished at sea.

Governor Hugh Gallen Memorial - Located 250 yards east of Exit 35C on I-93 in Franconia, NH this monument remembers Governor Gallen who died in office just a few short weeks before the end of his term.

Of Interest

Old Man In The Mountain Memorial - The symbol of NH for decades, this famous outcropping of rocks fell surrounded by fog on May 3, 2003.

Cathedral of the Pines - Located in Rindge, this beautiful 200 acre property, holds a chapel, an outdoor cathedral and small museum dedicated to those who have fought and served in the United States Military.



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