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Ashuelot (Winchester)
Coombs (Winchester)
Slate (Swanzey)
West Swanzey (Swanzey)
Sawyers Crossing (Swanzey)
Carleton (Swanzey)
County (Hancock and Greenfield)
Rowell's (Hopkinton)
Railroad (Hopkinton)
Dalton (Warner)
Waterloo (Warner)
Bement (Bradford)
Keniston (Andover)
Cilleyville (Andover)
Corbin (Newport)
McDermott (Langdon)
Prentiss (Langdon)
Cornish-Windsor (Cornish N.H. and Windsor Vt.)
Blacksmith Shop (Cornish)
Dingleton Hill (Cornish)
Blow-Me-Down (Cornish)
Meriden (Plainfield)
Edgell (Lyme)
Bath-Haverhill (Bath)
Bath (Bath)
Swiftwater (Bath)
Mt.Orne (Lancaster)
Mechanic Street (Lancaster)
Groveton (Northumberland)
Columbia (Columbia)
Pittsburg-Clarksville (Pittsburg-Clarksville)
Happy Corner (Pittsburg)
River Road (Pittsburg)
Stark (Stark)
Sentinel Pine (Lincoln)
Flume (Lincoln)
Blair (Campton)
Turkey Jim's (Campton)
Bump (Campton)
Smith (Plymouth)
Durgin (Sandwich)
Whittier (Ossipee)
Swift River (Conway)
Saco River (Conway)
Albany (Albany)
Bartlett (Bartlett)
Honeymoon (Jackson)
Pier (Newport)
Wright's (Newport)
Sulphite (Franklin)
Henniker (Henniker)
Clark's (North Woodstock)
Squam River (Ashland)
Packard Hill (Lebanon)

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This book is dedicated to those who had the vision, strength of character, and knowledge to design and erect these masterpieces in wood.


Charles P. O'Leary, Jr., Commissioner, New Hampshire Department of Transportation for his support and encouragement;

Robert W. Greer, Director of Project Development, New Hampshire Department of Transportation, for his recognition of the need to document our surviving covered bridges and his support throughout the process;

Arthur Rounds, Rounds Custom Photo Lab, 300 Bedford Street, Manchester, N.H. for the donation of all the color photographs from his personal collection and his countless hours devoted to capturing the bridges in their proper setting;

Richard Roy, Vice President of the National Society for the Preservation of Covered Bridges, for the Society's contribution of the black and white photographs, and his wealth of knowledge of the history of the covered bridges within New Hampshire;

John Moore, former Office Engineer, Bureau of Bridge Design, New Hampshire Department of Transportation, whose love affair with covered bridges added new dimensions to this book;

Melvin "Red" Whitcomb, former Chief of Cartography Section, Bureau of Transportation Planning, New Hampshire Department of Transportation, for his artwork and technical advice;

Richard G. Marshall, Chief of Systems Planning, New Hampshire Department of Transportation, who compiled and edited this book over the past three years; and

To all New Hampshire historical societies and commissions, who reviewed and commented on the text, and for their devotion to being the keepers of our history.

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