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5 Fun Facts About December 23 In New Hampshire History

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1. On December 23, 1739, the town of Warner, New Hampshire was incorporated. It was named after Jonathan Warner, a Massachusetts politician who donated land for the town's establishment.

2. In 1774, the New Hampshire Provincial Congress met for the first time on December 23. The Congress was a representative body of the state's citizens and played an important role in the American Revolution.

3. On December 23, 1829, the state of New Hampshire established a state board of education. This was one of the first boards of education in the country and helped to lead the way in developing public education systems.

4. In 1971, the first-ever official meeting of the New Hampshire Advisory Council on Nineteen Hundred and Seventy-one Women was held on December 23. The council was established to promote gender equality and address issues affecting women in the state.

5. On December 23, 1991, the New Hampshire Supreme Court ruled that the state's public schools were not adequately funded. This case, known as Claremont I, was the first of several court cases that would lead to major changes in the way public education is funded in the state.
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