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Settled in 1773 by Seth Walker, and named for Governor John Langdon, the small town of Langdon is situated in Sullivan County, New Hampshire. The Prentiss Bridge, in Langdon, is reported to be the shortest covered bridge in New Hampshire. Spanning Great Brook and built in 1874, the lattice truss span is 34 feet, 6 inches in length. The Meeting House in Langdon, built in 1803, has held more consecutive annual town meetings than any other in the state. Langdon is north-northwest of Alstead, northeast of North Walpole, and east of the Connecticut River.



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