New Hampshire White Pages, United States

New Hampshire was the first colony to secede from England and have its constitution, six months before other colonies signed the Declaration of Independence. The state remains a powerhouse in national politics and also ranks in governance, healthcare, and socioeconomic development. If you are looking for a person in New Hampshire, consider searching the New Hampshire White Pages. 

The online phonebook lets you see names, addresses, social media profiles, and even public records with a phone number search. Besides using the New Hampshire White Pages to find someone, using the information you obtain here can also protect you from phone scams. 

New Hampshire At A Glance

demographic statistics for new hampshire
  • Became A US State —  June 21, 1788
  • Capital: Concord
  • Population: 1.3 million (2021)
  • Size: 9,348 square miles (5th smallest) 
  • Nicknames: Granite State, White Mountain State, Mother of Rivers
  • Motto: “Live Free or Die”
  • State Tree: White Birch
  • State Flower: Purple Lilac
  • State Bird: Purple Finch
  • State Beverage: Apple Cider

10 Quick Facts About New Hampshire

population by race for new hampshire
  • The state is named after Hampshire County, England.
  • New Hampshire was the first colony to secede from the British Empire and create its own constitution as an independent state. 
  • More than 80% of the state is forested, the most for any state after Maine. 
  • The first potato in America was planted and grown in Derry, New Hampshire, in 1719.
  • New Hampshire’s shoreline, which is 18 miles long, is the shortest shoreline in the United States.
  • Ski jumping is a high school sport in New Hampshire, the only US state where high schoolers can do this sport.
  • Adults in New Hampshire can drive without a seat belt — the only state where this is legal. Drivers under 18 must, however, drive with a seat belt. 
  • The first women-organized labor strike in the US was at the Dover Cotton Factory in New Hampshire.
  • The first free public library in the world, the Peterborough Town Library, is in New Hampshire — the library was incorporated in 1833 and opened to the public in 1893.
  • The first American astronaut, Alan Bartlett Shepard Jr, was born in New Hampshire. He was also the fifth man to walk on the moon.

Largest cities or towns in New Hampshire

NashuaSomersworthSouth Hooksett
LebanonHanoverEast Merrimack