Berlin, New Hampshire

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Berlin is a city along the Androscoggin River in Coös County in northern New Hampshire, United States.wikipedia
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Berlin, New Hampshire micropolitan area

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Berlin is the principal city of the Berlin Micropolitan Statistical Area, which includes all of Coos County, New Hampshire and Essex County, Vermont.
The Berlin Micropolitan Statistical Area is the core-based statistical area centered on the urban cluster associated with the city Berlin, New Hampshire, in the United States.

Cascade, New Hampshire

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It includes the village of Cascade in the south part of the city.
Cascade is an unincorporated community within the city of Berlin and the town of Gorham, New Hampshire, United States.

Androscoggin River

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Berlin is a city along the Androscoggin River in Coös County in northern New Hampshire, United States.
The river flows generally south but with numerous bends past the towns of Errol and Milan and the city of Berlin before turning east at the town of Gorham, New Hampshire, to cut across the northern end of the White Mountains and enter Maine.

New Hampshire

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Berlin is a city along the Androscoggin River in Coös County in northern New Hampshire, United States.
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St. Lawrence and Atlantic Railroad

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In 1851 the St. Lawrence & Atlantic Railroad entered Berlin, connecting it to other markets.
Major communities served include Portland and Lewiston in Maine; Berlin, New Hampshire; Island Pond, Vermont; and Sherbrooke and Montreal in Quebec.

Brown Company

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By 1885, the mill town was home to several pulp and paper mills, including the Riverside Mill, Forest Fibre Company and White Mountain Pulp & Paper Company.
The Brown Company, known as the Brown Corporation in Canada, was a pulp and papermaking company based in Berlin, New Hampshire, United States.

Gorham, New Hampshire

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In 1826, a road was built to Gorham by Thomas, Amos, and Daniel Green. The city is bordered to the south by Randolph and Gorham, north by Milan, east by Success and west by Kilkenny.
It is part of the Berlin, NH–VT Micropolitan Statistical Area.

New England French

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Around 65% of its residents speak a variant of New England French, which is locally known as "Berlin French".

White Mountains Community College

Berlin is home to the Berlin and Coos County Historical Society's Moffett House Museum & Genealogy Center, Service Credit Union Heritage Park, the Berlin Fish Hatchery, and the White Mountains Community College, member of the Community College System of New Hampshire.
White Mountains Community College (WMCC) is a part of the Community College System of New Hampshire and is based in Berlin with academic centers in Littleton and North Conway.

The Berlin Daily Sun

In the 1990s, the local historian and author Paul "Poof" Tardiff began writing articles in The Berlin Daily Sun. He later collected these in a three-volume series titled Once Upon a Berlin Time, which documents local history.
The Berlin Sun is a two-day (Tuesday and Thursday) free newspaper published in the city of Berlin, New Hampshire, U.S., covering "Berlin, Gorham and the North Country".

Milan, New Hampshire

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The city is bordered to the south by Randolph and Gorham, north by Milan, east by Success and west by Kilkenny. New Hampshire Route 110 leads northwest out of Berlin through West Milan to Groveton.
It is part of the Berlin, NH–VT Micropolitan Statistical Area.

Errol, New Hampshire

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New Hampshire Route 16 passes through the center of the city, leading north to Errol and eventually to Rangeley in Maine, and leading south through Gorham and Pinkham Notch to North Conway and the Seacoast Region of New Hampshire.
Errol is part of the Berlin, NH–VT micropolitan statistical area.

Jericho Mountain State Park

Jericho Lake
Jericho Mountain State Park, created from a city park and from private land in 2005, is west of the city center and features a reservoir created in the 1970s and a network of ATV trails.
Jericho Mountain State Park (also referred to as Jericho Lake State Park) is located in the White Mountains in Berlin, New Hampshire, United States.

Randolph, New Hampshire

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The city is bordered to the south by Randolph and Gorham, north by Milan, east by Success and west by Kilkenny.
Randolph is a heavily forested town in Coos County, New Hampshire, U.S., extending from the northern slopes of the White Mountains of the Presidential Range (to the south) to the Crescent Range and Berlin (to the north), with U.S. Route 2 cutting through the middle.

Dead River (New Hampshire)

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Berlin is situated at the confluence of the Androscoggin and Dead rivers.
The Dead River is a 3.5 mi river located entirely within the city limits of Berlin, New Hampshire, in the United States.

Northern New Hampshire Correctional Facility

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The 750-bed Northern New Hampshire Correctional Facility was built in 1999 and employs approximately 200 people.
The Northern New Hampshire Correctional Facility (NNHCF) is a state prison in Berlin, New Hampshire, USA, a part of the New Hampshire Department of Corrections.

Nansen Ski Club

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It was originally called the North American Ski Club (in Norwegian, Nordamerikansk Skiklubben), but later was renamed the Nansen Ski Club.
It was founded in 1872 by Norwegian immigrants in Berlin, New Hampshire, under the name Berlin Mills Ski Club, Berlin Falls Club, or North American Ski Club (in Norwegian, Skiklubben Nordamerikansk). The club later changed its name to Nansen Ski Club, in honor of Fridtjof Nansen.

Groveton, New Hampshire

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New Hampshire Route 110 leads northwest out of Berlin through West Milan to Groveton.
Groveton is part of the Berlin, NH–VT Micropolitan Statistical Area.

New Hampshire Route 110

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New Hampshire Route 110 leads northwest out of Berlin through West Milan to Groveton.
The eastern terminus of NH 110 is in Berlin at New Hampshire Route 16 (White Mountain Road).

Success, New Hampshire

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The city is bordered to the south by Randolph and Gorham, north by Milan, east by Success and west by Kilkenny.
It is located directly to the east of the city of Berlin, New Hampshire, and borders on the state of Maine.

Mill town

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By 1885, the mill town was home to several pulp and paper mills, including the Riverside Mill, Forest Fibre Company and White Mountain Pulp & Paper Company.

Great North Woods Region (New Hampshire)

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Located in New Hampshire's Great North Woods Region or "North Country", Berlin sits at the edge of the White Mountains, and the city's boundaries extend into the White Mountain National Forest.
The dividing line is loosely defined as running from Cushman to Berlin and east to the Maine border.

Mount Weeks

The city's highest point is Mount Weeks, at 3901 ft above sea level.
Mt. Weeks is the northeasternmost of the Pliny Range of the White Mountains and the highest point within the city limits of Berlin, New Hampshire.

Mount Forest (New Hampshire)

Mount Forist
A prominent feature in the landscape of Berlin is 2031 ft Mount Forist, rising over the west side of the city.
The mountain has an elevation of 2031 ft, and is a prominent feature of the city of Berlin's landscape.

Rhyolite

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In later years, the Eastern Abenaki tribes came to Berlin to mine rhyolite on Mt. Jasper.
Mount Jasper, Berlin, New Hampshire