The Markers in chronological order. This page is updated with each new Marker added, so that interested readers and new visitors may follow them through New Hampshire history.
- Marker #149 Lochmere Archeological District A general Marker, that speaks about the uses of a River, from Native American times to the Industrial Revolution.
- Marker #72 Mystery Hill History or Hoax? Don’t ask me!
New Hampshire History, 1600 to 1699 – The First Settlements.
- Marker #129 Indian Mortar Lot History of the Native American tribes that populated New England, and the events leading up to colonization.
- Marker #18 The Isle of Shoals The John Smith story, and his mapping of the New England coast.
- Meanwhile, Back in Europe (1600) A look at the situation in Europe and the New World at the time of New Hampshire’s first settlements
- Marker #92 Hilton’s Point -1623 The first permanent New Hampshire settlement.
- Marker #78 Odiorne’s Point David Thompsons 1623 settlement in today’s Rye.
- Marker #40 Mason’s Patent The first naming of New Hampshire, and the land granted.
- Marker #32 Revolutionary Capital The founding of Exeter, 1638.
- Marker #119 Old Landing Road The founding of Hampton, the story of Rev. Stephen Bachiler.
- Marker #103 Shapley Line and Marker #120 Bound Rock Finalizing the first four New Hampshire Town boundaries.
- Marker #151 Newington Bloody Point, Trickey’s Ferry and the establishment of Newington.
- Marker #11 The First Ascent of Mount Washington Darby Field, and the first Ascent.
- Marker #28 First Public School The first teacher, and a little bit of Witches!
- Marker #113 Weeks House The settling and founding of Greenland, with an earthquake bonus.
- Marker #154 Packers Falls in Durham, and the sad tale of Ruth Blay.
- Meanwhile Back in Europe (1650-1700) A rundown of the Politics both in England and here in New England.
- Marker #29 Old Dunstable The settling of the lower Merrimack Valley.
- Marker #50 Oyster River Massacre The largest Indian raid in New Hampshire during King Williams War.
- Marker #75 Portsmouth Plains and Marker #62 Breakfast Hill. The story of the Indian attack on Portsmouth Plains during King Williams War.
- Marker #49 Hannah Dustin Her capture in Haverhill MA, and escape from the Indians. Don’t mess with Hannah.
New Hampshire History, 1700 to 1763 – Run up to the Revolution
- Meanwhile, Back in Europe 1700-1763 Every war seems to start with a new Ruler on some throne or other.
- Marker #55 Baker River A story of Queen Anne’s War in New Hampshire.
- Marker #58 Scotch-Irish Settlement The founding of today’s Derry. Now with potatoes and Tartan?!
- Marker #96 The Two Mile Streak Early industrialist Archibald MacPheadris and the first settlers in Barrington.
- Marker #161 Ladd-Gilman House Some Exeter History after it’s settlement, and a small fish.
- Marker #31 The Chocorua Legend The story behind Mount Chocorua in Tamworth.
- #80 Nottingham Chartered 1722 The building of a new town, or three.
- #20 Captain Lovewell’s War A little remembered band of early American Hero’s.