Local & Long Distance Moving Companies in New Hampshire

Licenses:

US DOT: 1886547

Intra: 006388027C

MC: 679771

John Ferguson Moving & Storage LLC
Moving companies NH, Here at John Ferguson Moving & Storage, we are proud to be a locally owned moving and storage company. We take great pride in ...

US DOT: 267558

MC: 374605

Certified Moving & Storage
New Hampshire movers, We hope you can find everything you need. Certified Movers is focused on providing high-quality service and customer satisf...

US DOT: 125550

MC: 79658

Alaska Terminals, Inc.
Alaska Terminals, Inc. is based in beautiful Anchorage, Alaska with branch offices in Fairbanks, Alaska as well as in Seattle, Washington. For the...

US DOT: 3060928

Intra: C3646

MC: 55206

The Fire Men Moving Co.
Moving company NH, The Firemen Moving Co. has been professionally moving residential and commercial properties since 1992. With over 20 years of experi...

US DOT: 1826833

MC: 662744

City Moving
GP Movers offer the best moving services around. You can have a team of professional and highly skilled movers backing your move when you choose GP...

US DOT: 82866

MC: 29910

U-Pack Moving
Moving companies, ABF U-Pack Moving was launched nationwide on October 1, 1997 by ABF Freight System, Inc. U-Pack has become an extremely pop...

US DOT: 1930177

MC: 690093

Premier Van Lines International Inc.
Founded in 1992, Premier Van Lines International is one of Americas leading relocation companies which specialize in international moves. We are...

US DOT: 1141917

Intra: 30981

MC: 462886

DN Van Lines Inc.
NH moving companies, As one of the most professional and affordable moving companies in Boston, DN Van Lines conducts residential moves across...

US DOT: 2109775

MC: 735596

Prime Storage Systems Inc.
Moving companies NH, Moving to Hawaii or moving from Hawaii can be just as easy as one, two, three, it all depends on which relocation service you a...
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Moving to New Hampshire
There are so many reasons to visit and fall in love with New Hampshire. It's a picture perfect state in every aspect. There's more to New Hampshire then the sweet New England accent everyone has over there. In the Great North Woods, for example, there are irresistible sights of the sunset, gorgeous waterfalls throughout the wooden area, and the signature covered bridges of Coos County. In the White Mountains region of New Hampshire, there are some of the highest mountain ranges in the Northeast. There are state parks to explore, scenic drives to take with your family and camping grounds to settle down and enjoy the wilderness. In Merrimack Valley Region reside the three largest cities in the state of New Hampshire, which are Concord, Manchester and Nashua. Here, you can explore the remnants of the Industrial Revolution, the footsteps of President Lincoln or some of the best neighborhood restaurants in the Northeast. New Hampshire, no matter what you do, is a magical place.

Capital City: Concord is the capital city of New Hampshire.

Population: There are approximately 1,324,575 people in New Hampshire as of July 2009, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.

Local Activities: Travel + Leisure magazine's editor-at-large Peter Jon Lindberg recommends eating sweet corn from Tuttle's Red Bard in Dover, spending a night on a boat at Weirs Beach (a "small-scale, lakefront Coney Island), taking a refreshing dip in the Jackson Falls swimming hole and visiting the former Old Man of the Mountain site. With New Hampshire bellowing with trails, calm waterways, wilderness and well-known neighbors; it's no wonder so many people are moving to New Hampshire.

Economy: Tourism is the state's leading money maker as people come to see New Hampshire's specialty beaches, mountains and lakes during summer. And in winter, tourists love skiing and snowboarding down New Hampshire's northern coast. New Hampshire also supports the large number of people moving to the state, keeping New Hampshire moving companies busy year-round.

State Bird: The purple finch is the state bird.

State Flower: The purple lilac is the state flower.

State Symbol: The state emblem of New Hampshire is the Old Man of the Mountain. The Old Man was a granite formation on Cannon Mountain near the town of Franconia, New Hampshire. State residents often said that the granite formation resembles the face of a noble and caring grandfather. (Unfortunately, the granite cliff collapsed on May 3, 2003.) For those curious to see the famous face, you can see it on the New Hampshire state quarter.

State Nickname: New Hampshire is known as the "Granite State" for its large granite formations and quarries. It is also called "The Switzerland of America" for its beautiful mountain scenery. There are huge mountain formations with Massachusetts to the south and Vermont to the west of the state. New Hampshire is home to the Great North Woods, the White Mountains, the Lakes Region, the Seacoast, the Merrimack Valler, the Monadnock Region and the Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee area.

New Hampshire-Interesting Facts:
  • The first free public library was established in Peterborough, New Hampshire.

  • New Hampshire was named after Hampshire, England by Captain John Smith.

  • Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire encompasses 1,300 lakes and ponds.

New Hampshire-Famous People:
Many famous people were born in New Hampshire and live there today. The writer John Irving and the poet Robert Frost are from New Hampshire as well as the 14th president of the U.S. Franklin Pierce.

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