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Great North Region

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Great North Region

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Great North Region, also known as the Great North Woods, is the northernmost region of New Hampshire, it is known for its low population density, outdoor activities, free off road trail access, and formerly for larger paper manufacturing.


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Covered bridge in Stark

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This region is only located in the states largest county, Coös County. The Great North Woods Region runs from the boarder of Vermont to Maine, and spans all the way to the boarder of the Canadian province of Quebec. This region has a rich history dating back to the early 1700's.

Here you can find hard working blue collar people, although the rest of the state is known for its great economic stability, this region has taken hard hits over the last few decades as its textile and manufacturing jobs have closed.

This region also gets a lot of press recognition every few years as Dixville Notch is the first place in the nation to vote for a president every four years.

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The primary language of the area is English, however the city of Berlin is known as "Little Canada" where francophone households are common. You can find a lot of french speakers in this region as well.

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