New Hampshire Historical Marker Visitor Checklist
During one of my many presentations around the state, a patron asked the question: "Why did you not include a checklist of the markers in your book?". My first thought was; "Add more? It is already over 560 pages!" My answer was "What a great idea! Give me some time to put one together and I will share it with everyone who visits my webpage". After some thought and questioning others on how best to proceed, I have put together a printable sheet that allows for marker visitors to track their visits. Thank you for the great idea!
NH Historical Marker Checklist by Region
  1. Great North Woods Region
    The northernmost region of the state. A total of 15 markers are located in this region.
  2. Monadnock Region
    The southwest region of New Hampshire with Mount Monadnock as its highest elevation in the region. This region is comprised of Cheshire, Sullivan and Hillsborough counties. This region includes 38 historical markers.
  3. White Mountains Region
    The White Mountains National Forest and much of Grafton & Carroll Counties. This region spans from the Connecticut River to the Maine border. The majestic Mt. Washington is the centerpiece for this region which includes a total of 37 historical markers.
  4. Merrimack Valley Region
    The central spine of the state with the Merrimack River flowing from Boscawen to the Massachusetts border. Major cities include Concord, Manchester, and Nashua. This region has the most markers with a total of 66 markers with 13 in Concord alone!
  5. Lakes Region
    The heart of central New Hampshire with Lake Winnipesaukee as the center of this region. This region includes Belknap, Merrimack, Carroll, Grafton and part of Strafford counties. A total of 35 historical markers.
  6. Seacoast Region
    This region is the smallest in geography but is the cradle of the State of New Hampshire. It all began here! The region consists of Strafford and Rockingham counties. This region consists of a total of 39 markers.
  7. Dartmouth/Lake Sunapee Region
    The West-Central region of the state. Two distinct parts of the region include Dartmouth (Connecticut River Valley) and Lake Sunapee as their flagships. The region includes the majority of Sullivan county as well as segments of Merrimack and Grafton. The region has a total of 29 historical markers.