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Concord (N.H.)

LC control no.n 79076708
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Geographic headingConcord (N.H.)
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Geographic subdivision usageNew Hampshire--Concord
Variant(s)Горад Канкорд (N.H.)
Horad Kankord (N.H.)
Канкорд (N.H.)
Kankord (N.H.)
Конкорд (N.H.)
Konkord (N.H.)
Κόνκορντ (N.H.)
Konkornt (N.H.)
콩코드 (N.H.)
K'ongk'odŭ (N.H.)
קונקורד (N.H.)
Konkorda (N.H.)
Konkordas (N.H.)
コンコード (N.H.)
Konkōdo (N.H.)
קאנקארד (N.H.)
Konkords (N.H.)
康科德 (N.H.)
Kangkede (N.H.)
Penacook (N.H. : Concord)
Pencook (N.H.)
Pennacook (N.H.)
City of Concord (N.H.)
Beginning date1765
Associated countryUnited States
LocatedNew Hampshire
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated.
Old catalog heading: Concord, N.H.
Found inGeoNames, algorithmically matched, 2009 (ppl; 43°12ʹ29ʺN 071°32ʹ15ʺW)
Wikipedia, August 9, 2015 (Concord, New Hampshire; capital city of the U.S. state of New Hampshire and the county seat of Merrimack County; on February 9, 1734, the town was incorporated as Rumford [no access points in OCLC]. It was renamed Concord in 1765 by Governor Benning Wentworth following a bitter boundary dispute between Rumford and the town of Bow; 43°12ʹ24ʺN 71°32ʹ17ʺW) Belarusian page (Горад Канкорд = Horad Kankord; Канкорд = Kankord) Bulgarian page (Конкорд = Konkord) Greek page (Κόνκορντ = Konkornt) Korean page (콩코드 = K'ongk'odŭ) Hebrew page (קונקורד = Ḳonḳord) Latvian page (Konkorda) Lithuanian page (Konkordas) Japanese page (コンコード = Konkōdo) Yiddish page (קאנקארד = Ḳonḳord) Samogitian page (Konkords) Chinese page (康科德 = Kangkede)
GNIS, August 9, 2015 (Concord; populated place, Merrimack County, New Hampshire; established in 1727; capital of State of New Hampshire; variants: Penacook; Pencook; Pennacook; Romford; Rumford; separate listings for City of Concord, civil, Merrimack County; Penacook, populated place, Merrimack County; Pennacook (historical), populated place, formerly located at Concord)
Geographic area coden-us-nh