New Hampshire, like much of New England, is dotted with old mill towns. Wherever there was a river, manufacturing sprang up beside it. Many old mills still sit idle to this day, decaying over time. Others are repurposed and given new life. One example is this historic mill complex in Claremont.

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The Monadnock Mills complex is located at 21 Water Street in Claremont, New Hampshire.

New Hampshire’s manufacturing era is only one chapter of the state’s history. Look back at 12 scenes from the early 1900s, learn about one of the worst train wrecks in the Granite State, or hearken back to what life was like here in the 1940s.

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