The Monson House

Monson Village was one of New Hampshire's first inland towns settled by Europeans. In 1735 six settlers from Massachusetts and Canada purchased the land, which was then part of Massachusetts. ... In 1741 the borders of New Hampshire and Massachusetts were adjusted, and Monson Village became part of New Hampshire.

Monson Center | Forest Society - Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests

The Monson House Monson Village was one of New Hampshire's first inland towns settled by Europeans. In 1735 six settlers from Massachusetts and Canada purchased the land, which was then part of Massachusetts. ... In 1741 the borders of New Hampshire and Massachusetts were adjusted, and Monson Village became part of New Hampshire. Monson Center | Forest Society - Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests

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Stock photo: The Monson House Monson Village was one of New Hampshire's first inland towns settled by Europeans. In 1735 six settlers from Massachusetts and Canada purchased the land, which was then part of Massachusetts. ... In 1741 the borders of New Hampshire and Massachusetts were adjusted, and Monson Village became part of New Hampshire. Monson Center | Forest Society - Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests was taken by alitok on 10-06-2017 with Apple model iPhone 6s . DPI width: 72.0, height 72.0 . White balance settings: 0.