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5 Fun Facts About April 6 In New Hampshire History

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1. On April 6, 1938, the New Hampshire state legislature approved a bill to allocate $15,000 for the construction of a new library in Plymouth, NH. This library, known today as the Plymouth Regional Library, continues to serve the community with resources and programs.

2. In 1966, the town of Plaistow, NH experienced a devastating flood on April 6th. Heavy rains caused the Powwow River to overflow, resulting in damage to homes, businesses, and infrastructure throughout the town.

3. On April 6, 1985, the Dartmouth Big Green men's lacrosse team set a new NCAA record by scoring 24 goals in a single game against Harvard. The record still stands as the highest-scoring game in Division I lacrosse history.

4. The New Hampshire Film Festival, founded in 2001, held its inaugural event on April 6th of that year in Portsmouth. The festival has since become a must-attend event for filmmakers and cinephiles throughout New England and beyond.

5. In 2018, the city of Manchester, NH celebrated the 50th anniversary of its Amoskeag Millyard with a day-long event on April 6th. The Millyard, once the largest textile manufacturing center in the world, has since been repurposed as a mixed-use commercial and residential space that is a key part of Manchester's revitalization efforts.
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