|LC control no.||n 79076708
|Geographic heading||Concord (N.H.)
|Geographic subdivision usage||New Hampshire--Concord
|Variant(s)||Горад Канкорд (N.H.)
Horad Kankord (N.H.)
Penacook (N.H. : Concord)
City of Concord (N.H.)
|Associated country||United States
|Special note||Non-Latin script references not evaluated.
Old catalog heading: Concord, N.H.
|Found in||GeoNames, 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 code||n-us-nh