New Hampshire

New Hampshire is one of the New England States in the northeastern section of the United States.  In total area it ranks 46th out of the 50 states and 41st in population. New Hampshire was among the original 13 founding states, and was the 9th state to ratify the U.S. Constitution. New Hampshire was the first U.S. state to have its very own constitution. The state motto is “Live Free or Die” which is reflected in the fact that New Hampshire has no general sales tax, and personal income is not taxed on the state or local level. New Hampshire is nicknamed the “Granite State,” a reference to both the geology of the state and the tradition of self-sufficiency. The famous landmark of New Hampshire, which is found on its license plate design, is “The Old Man of the Mountain,” a granite stone face found in New Hampshire’s White Mountains range. Explore New Hampshire with us with visits to cities of interest: