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5 Fun Facts About November 14 In New Hampshire History

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1. In 1836, the New Hampshire Historical Society was founded in Concord, NH, with the goal of collecting and preserving the state's history and promoting historical research.

2. On November 14, 1854, the first train passed over the new railroad bridge in Woodsville, NH, connecting the town to Wells River, VT. This bridge was a vital transportation link for the region and facilitated economic growth in both states.

3. In 1910, the New Hampshire State House was dedicated in Concord, NH. Today, the State House is still in use as the seat of government for the state of New Hampshire.

4. On November 14, 1986, the New Hampshire Supreme Court ruled that the state's death penalty law was unconstitutional, marking the end of capital punishment in the Granite State.

5. In 1995, the New Hampshire Women's Lobby celebrated its 20th anniversary by hosting a Women's Equality Day celebration in Concord, NH. The event featured speeches, workshops, and exhibits highlighting the progress and challenges facing women in the state.
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