Brookfield, NH: population, rivers, lakes, mountains, resorts, hotels, motels, inns, and landmarks.
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Brookfield, New Hampshire

Strafford county. It is 45 miles from Concord and 90 from Boston; was originally part of Middleton, from which is was separated and incorporated Dec. 30, 1794. The soil is good. Cook's pond is the source of the W. branch of Salmon-Fall river. There is also another small pond, covering about 15 acres, directly on the top of Moose mountain, which has always about the same quantity of water, and a variety of fish in it. Population, in 1830, 679.


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