Towns – Stewartstown

Stewartstown, New Hampshire 03576

Stewartstown, NH Lodging, Real Estate, Travel & Visitor Information

Stewartstown NHGreat North Woods region community Stewartstown NHStewartstown, New Hampshire was first granted in 1770. This northern NH town was once a highly disputed territory. Governor John Wentworth passed the grant to developers, including Sir John Stuart, Lord Bute, for whom the town was named Stuart. Following the Revolution when English grants reverted to the colonies, the town was incorporated as Stewartstown, using the original Scottish spelling. The famous Penobscot Indian chief Metallak is buried in the town cemetery.

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Incorporated: 1795
County: Coos
Stewartstown, NH Population:
2010: 1,004

GPS Coordinates:
Latitude: 44.0022
Longitude: -71.3028

Stewartstown, NH Local Information
Stewartstown Police Dispatch: 911

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