• Erik.W. Tofsrud

Downtown Concord, NH

The State House was built in sections and the first section was completed in 1819. The cost was $82,000 and the cost saving was achieved by the decision to build the State House of granite from what are now the Swenson quarries at the north of Concord and to have the the cutting, shaving and facing of the stones done by the inmates of the prison.

The State House is on the right and St. Paul Church, built in 1856 is in the background.

Skagway Main Street

Some of the types of houses in the residential district of downtown Concord. most of them are between 150 to 200 years old.

Some of the houses have elaborate glass stained windows.

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