Randolph, New Hampshire 03593
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In the charter of 1772, this town was named Durand, after John Durand, a member of the London Board of Trade and an associate of Governor John Wentworth. In 1824, Governor Levi Woodbury renamed it Randolph, in honor of his friend John Randolph of Virginia. Randolph was a long-time member of the House of Representatives, an advocate of states’ rights, and a descendant of Pocahontas. An historical area of Randolph is the Pond of Safety, a pond were fugitive soldiers stayed during the American Revolution. The Four Soldiers Path connects with the Pasture Path and ends at the Pond of Safety. Hiking is a primary attaction in Randolph. The town has four primary mountains; Mount Crescent, Black Crescent Mountain, mount Randolph and Pond Hill. Appalachia, Bowman, and Randolph Hill are place names located within Randolph.
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