Historic Barret House, New Ipswich
Historic Barret House, New Ipswich
Appleton Academy New Ipswich, New Hampshire circa 1910
Appleton Academy New Ipswich, New Hampshire circa 1910

New Ipswich, New Hampshire

In 1762, Governor Benning Wentworth incorporated the town as "Ipswich", and then in 1766 as "New Ipswich". In 1801 the first woolen mill in the state was established at New Ipswich, followed in 1804 by the first cotton mill. New Ipswich Mountain, part of the Wapack Range, is the highest point in this quaint New England town.

Population: 5,099 - Area: 33.1 square miles

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