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The town of Dublin, in Cheshire County, New Hampshire, was granted as Monadnock No. 3, or North Monadnock, to Matthew Thornton and thirty-nine others in 1749. The French and Indian War prevented permanent settlement of the area until the 1760s, when Henry Strongman moved there from Peterborough. The town was incorporated by Governor John Wentworth as Dublin in 1771. New Hampshire Routes 101 and 137 pass through the town. Yankee Publishing, the publishers of the Old Farmer’s Almanac and Yankee Magazine, is headquartered in Dublin. Samuel Clemens, also known as Mark Twain, was a summer resident of Dublin for two years.



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