The town of Lincoln, Grafton County, New Hampshire lies nestled in the White Mountain National Forest area, with much of the town within the Forest. Between 1910 and 1920 there were about 1,200 year-round residents.
If the town WWI honor roll is correct, about 51 local residents (all men) went into service during that war. On 4 July 1976 during the United State’s bicentennial celebration, the Town of Lincoln NH, in cooperation of the New England Pulp and Paper Corp., dedicated Bicentennial Park. This park is located at 121 Main Street in Lincoln not far from the entrance to Loon Mountain. Continue reading