Towns – Brookline

Brookline, New Hampshire 03033

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Brookline NHMerrimack Valley region community Brookline NHFirst a part of Dunstable, then settled as West Hollis, the town of Brookline was granted in 1769 as Raby. Governor John Wentworth named the town in honor of his cousin, fourth Earl of Strafford and Baron of Raby Castle, in County Durham, England. The town was renamed in 1798 at the suggestion of one of the town’s leading citizens, who hailed from Brookline, Massachusetts. Andres Institute of Art is located in Brookline. They offer a sculpture lined art walk in season.

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Incorporated: 1769
County: Hillsborough
Brookline, NH Population:
2010: 4,991

GPS Coordinates:
Latitude: 42.4401
Longitude: -71.3949

Brookline, NH Local Information
Brookline Police Dispatch: 911

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