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Mon November 26, 2012
Six Properties Added To N.H. Register
A town hall, a tavern and two libraries are among the latest buildings to be added to the New Hampshire State Register of Historic Places.
The state Historical Resources Council says being listed on the register is an acknowledgement of a property's historical significance and can pre-qualify the property for many preservation grant programs.
The six properties that were added recently include Chichester's Town House, which now serves as the town library; the Grafton Town Library, the Freedom Village Bandstand, Keene's Horatio Colony House Museum and the Moultonborough Grange, which was originally constructed as a tavern.