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Explore state history of New Hampshire, statistics and unique facts. One of the original Thirteen Colonies that rose against the King of England during the American Revolution, New Hampshire was named after a Saxon shire. Since the day it gained independence from British rule, NH has had two different state seals. Today, the most well-known state seal is called the Great Seal, which depicts the U.S.S. Raleigh surrounded by a laurel wreath and 9 stars. The ship was built for the US Navy in Portsmouth. The laurel wreath signifies fame, honor, and victory, and the 9 stars represent New Hampshire’s place as the ninth state to join the Union. Please share your NH information, updates and comments. To feature your business, contact us.

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