Telling the story of 200 years  of White Mountain History
Resources For Further Information
New Hampshire has numerous resources for additional information about White Mountain History and Art.

The official New Hampshire repository for information on historical sites and architectural history is the
Division of Historical Resources.

The New Hampshire Archives houses original documents that in any way relate to state government, citizens interaction with the government, and much more.

The New Hampshire Preservation Alliance is the statewide, nonprofit historic preservation organization. Their site offers resources for community leaders as well as old house and barn owners and enthusiasts.

The Supervisor's Office of the 
White Mountain National Forest, and the Ranger District offices, have materials relating to all phases of White Mountain history and the history of the Conservation movement.

Rauner Special Collections Library at Dartmouth College has a major collection of White Mountain Material.

New Hampshire Historical Society has major holdings in White Mountain material.

State Library in Concord also has material related to the White Mountains.

University of New Hampshire Library website has many maps useful for students of NH history.

Plymouth State University has thousands of photographs relating to the paper mills in Berlin at their 
Beyond Brown Paper Company website.

Henney History Room at the Conway Public Library, in Conway, has a significant collection of material relating to area towns.

The library of the
Mount Washington Observatory has a significant collection of material relating to the history of the White Mountains, Mt. Washington and weather.

The library of the
Appalachian Mountain Club in Boston has a strong collection relating to trails and hiking in the White Mountains, along with other material.

Forest History Society in Durham, NC has a large collection of photographs of early logging and other forest-related subjects.

The State of Vermont  has recently created a Virtual Museum of Archeology in Vermont. 

An excellent website is devoted to the historic Dolly Copp Campground in Pinkham Notch

Homer May, who was the publisher of Outlook Magazine, has an excellent
website devoted to Haverhill and Northern NH.

If you're interested in White Mountain Art, you'll  find artist biographies and illustrations of many White Mountain paintings at White Mountain Art

The Old Man of The Mountain Legacy Fund
has a website with information about the Old Man and a short video narrated by Fritz Weatherbee about the plans to create a new adventure in Franconia State Park.

The Arts Alliance of Northern NH website has information on White Mountain History, historical societies, and places to visit.  The site also includes a calendar of events relating to the arts and educational programming.  

The Gorham Historical Society has restored the  Atlantic and St. Lawrence Railroad station and it houses their collection of Gorham and railroad related material.  There are also locomotives and other rolling stock on display, and restoration work continues.

In addition, most towns in the region have active
historical societies and libraries, often with excellent collections relating to local history.  See our page and links for several.


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