Anexo:Condados de Nuevo Hampshire

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Los condados que integran al estado estadounidense de Nuevo Hampshire son un total de 10 condados.

Lista por orden alfabético[editar]

Condado Código FIPS[1] Sede de condado
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Fundado
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Creado a partir de
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Etimología[4] Población
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Área
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Mapa
Belknap 001 Laconia 1840 Parts of Merrimack County and Strafford County. Jeremy Belknap (1744-1798), early New Hampshire historian. 56.325 401 mi² (1039 km²) Map of New Hampshire highlighting Belknap County.svg
Carroll 003 Ossipee 1840 Part of Strafford County. Charles Carroll of Carrollton (1732-1832), the last surviving signer of the United States Declaration of Independence. 43.666 934 mi² (2419 km²) Map of New Hampshire highlighting Carroll County.svg
Cheshire 005 Keene 1769 One of five original counties. English county of Cheshire. 73.825 708 mi² (1834 km²) Map of New Hampshire highlighting Cheshire County.svg
Coös 007 Lancaster 1803 Part of Grafton County. A Native American word meaning crooked, in reference to a bend in the Connecticut River. 33.111 1801 mi² (4665 km²) Map of New Hampshire highlighting Coos County.svg
Grafton 009 Haverhill 1769 One of five original counties. Augustus Henry Fitzroy, 3rd Duke of Grafton (1735-1811), a Prime Minister of Great Britain (1768-1770). 81.743 1714 mi² (4439 km²) Map of New Hampshire highlighting Grafton County.svg
Hillsborough 011 Manchester
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Nashua
1769 One of five original counties. Wills Hill, 1st Marquess of Downshire (1718-1793), known in America as the Earl of Hillsborough. 380.841 876 mi² (2269 km²) Map of New Hampshire highlighting Hillsborough County.svg
Merrimack 013 Concord 1823 Parts of Hillsborough County and Rockingham County. The Merrimack River. 136.225 934 mi² (2419 km²) Map of New Hampshire highlighting Merrimack County.svg
Rockingham 015 Brentwood 1769 One of five original counties. Charles Watson-Wentworth, 2nd Marquess of Rockingham (1730-1782), a two-time Prime Minister of Great Britain (1765-1766, 1782). 277.359 695 mi² (1800 km²) Map of New Hampshire highlighting Rockingham County.svg
Strafford 017 Dover 1769 One of five original counties. William Wentworth, 2nd Earl of Strafford (1626-1695). 112.233 369 mi² (956 km²) Map of New Hampshire highlighting Strafford County.svg
Sullivan 019 Newport 1827 Part of Cheshire County. John Sullivan (1740-1795), the third and fifth governor of New Hampshire (1786-1788, 1789-1790). 40.458 537 mi² (1391 km²) Map of New Hampshire highlighting Sullivan County.svg


  1. Belknap
  2. Carroll
  3. Cheshire
  4. Coos
  5. Grafton
  6. Hillsborough
  7. Merrimack
  8. Rockingham
  9. Strafford
  10. Sullivan

Referencias[editar]

  1. «EPA County FIPS Code Listing». US Environmental Protection Agency. Consultado el 11 de diciembre de 2010. 
  2. a b c d «NACo - Find a county». National Association of Counties. Consultado el 24 de julio de 2007. 
  3. «New Hampshire Counties». The NHGenWeb Project. Consultado el 24 de julio de 2007. 
  4. «New Hampshire Counties». New Hampshire Almanac. Consultado el 11 de diciembre de 2010. 
  5. a b «New Hampshire QuickFacts». U.S. Census Bureau. Consultado el 24 de julio de 2007.  (Censo de 2000)