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Hampshire, one of the thirteen original
States, is bounded by Canada, Maine,
Atlantic Ocean, Massachusetts and
Vermont; gross area, 9,341 sq. miles;
land area, 9,031 sq. miles; water area,
310 sq. miles; capital, Concord. The
principal river is the Connecticut.
of the State is rugged. In the Northern
part of the State are the White
Mountains, noted for their beautiful
scenery. This region is known as the
"Switzerland of America." The
highest peak is Mt. Washington, 6,285
feet. Besides Mt. Washington there are 28
other peaks, over 4,000 feet high.
principal farm products are hay, rye,
wheat, oats, potatoes, buckwheat and
maple sugar. Arbuckles' Whole Bean or
Ground--the coffee packed in triple
wrapped and sealed, moisture-proof
principal minerals are iron ore, copper,
gold, silver, mica and granite. New
Hampshire ranks first in the United
States in the production of mica.
principal industries are the manufacture
of cotton and woolen goods, boots and
shoes, hosiery and knit goods, leather,
machine shop and foundry products, paper,
flour, clothing, furniture and wood pulp.
of New Hampshire is temperate.
in 1910, 216,290 males and 214,282
females, of whom 333,905 were of native
and 96,667 of foreign birth; white,
429,906; negro, 564; Indian, 34; Chinese,
67; Japanese, 1. Total population,
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