Documentary History of American Water-works

Introduction Historical Background Chronology Geography Biography Technology Ownership and Financing General Bibliography
New England States New Hampshire

New Hampshire

New Hampshire became a state in 1788.

References
1866 An act for the formation of Voluntary Corporations.  July 7, 1866.

1995 Vermont-New Hampshire Interstate Public Water Supply Compact

1999 A partial history of public water systems, New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services


Alphabetical
Alton
Amherst
Boscawen
Bristol
Canterbury
Charlestown
Claremont
Concord
Dover
Drewsville
Enfield
Exeter
Franklin
Hanover
Haverhill
Hillsborough
Hopkinton
Keene
Lancaster
Lebanon
Lyme
Manchester
Nashua
Nelson
Newmarket
Newport
North Conway
Peterborough
Portsmouth
Somersworth
Troy

Chronological
1785
Nelson
1793 1
Keene
1794 2 Boscawen
1797 3 Canterbury
1798 4 Portsmouth
1800 5 Amherst
1801 6 Exeter
1804 7 Drewsville
1804 8 Hillsborough
1805 9 Hanover
1815 10 Lancaster
1815 11
Peterborough
1820 12
Haverhill
1823
Charlestown
1825
Troy
1826 13 Concord
1826 14 Dover
1826
Nashua
1828 15 Claremont
1830
Alton
1833
North Conway
1834 16
Newmarket
1836
Franklin
1838 17 Enfield
1838 18
Lyme
1840 19 Hopkinton
1850
Lebanon
1852 20 Manchester
1855 21 Nashua
1856 22 Newport
1862 23 Bristol
1864 24 Somersworth
Note: The second column in the chronological table above shows the order in which systems were built in the state. Where no number is shown, a system was proposed but not built.


2015 Morris A. Pierce