Concord, New Hampshire’s story is fascinating…
and history is still being made.

John Winant
John Winant
John Gilbert Winant served three terms as New Hampshire’s governor and was one of Concord’s most beloved politicians, the first head of the federal Social Security System and an unsung hero of World War II. A 2012 law launched a study to establish a permanent Winant memorial within the State House complex in downtown Concord.
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Concord Coach
The Famous Concord Coach
The classic stagecoach constructed by the Abbot-Downing Co. made Concord famous throughout the world. Abbot-Downing was unable to turn the stagecoach into the horseless carriage, and the company folded early in the 20th century. Now, as part of a downtown revitalization plan, a developer has proposed returning a few coaches to the streets of Concord.
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Warren B. Rudman

Warren B. Rudman’s contribution to state and nation as a distinguished United States senator, a lawyer and transformational attorney general were honored April 21 at the Warren B. Rudman Center for Justice, Leadership and Public Policy, part of the University of New Hampshire School of Law in Concord.Rudman died Nov. 19. The Nashua resident was 82.

John Milne attended his Jan. 25 memorial service at the Warren B. Rudman courthouse in Concord. Read more