Mount Monadnock in Cheshire County, New Hampshire

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TITLE
Mount Monadnock Hikers Spring in Cheshire County, New Hampshire

CREATOR
French, J.A., Keene NH

SUBJECT
Mountains - NH
Monadnock, Mount (N.H.)

DESCRIPTION
Stereograph of a hiker's spring on Mount Monadnock, located in Cheshire County, New Hampshire. Monadnock is said to be the second most climbed mountain in the world, after Mt. Fuji. It is 3,165 feet tall and stands alone above the surrounding landscape. The geological term "monadnock" is taken from this mountain and means an isolated, erosin-resistant mountain that rises abruptly from its surroundings.

PUBLISHER
Keene Public Library and the Historical Society of Cheshire County

DATE DIGITAL
20090701

DATE ORIGINAL
1870-1890?

RESOURCE TYPE
stereographs

FORMAT
image/jpg

RESOURCE IDENTIFIER
HS031

RIGHTS MANAGEMENT
No known copyright restrictions.

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Owner: Keene and Cheshire County (NH) Historical Photos
Source: Flickr Commons
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