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Canterbury
Canterbury, New Hampshire 03224

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Merrimack County

Brookford Farm, Canterbury (former sod farm)
Coordinates: 43.3213063, -71.6106033
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Brookford Farm–Intervale Rd., Canterbury
Coordinates: 43.3303267, -71.6130963
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Canterbury Shaker Village, Canterbury
Coordinates: 43.3607806, -71.4897108
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Kimball Pond, Canterbury
Coordinates: 43.327143, -71.565582
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Morrill Pond WMA, Canterbury
Coordinates: 43.3249081, -71.5397716
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Muchyedo Banks Wildlife Management Area, Canterbury
Coordinates: 43.2981119, -71.5802826
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Peverly Meadow, Canterbury
Coordinates: 43.3464938, -71.4998995
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Riverlands Conservation Area, Canterbury
Coordinates: 43.2945122, -71.5844893
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About Canterbury
Canterbury is a town in Merrimack County. The Canterbury Shaker Village is in the eastern part of the town.

The town has a total area of 44.4 square miles. The town’s highest point is an unnamed summit near Forest Pond and the town’s northern border, where the elevation reaches approximately 1,390 feet above sea level. Bounded by the Merrimack River on the west, Canterbury is drained on the east by the Soucook River. Canterbury lies fully within the Merrimack River watershed.
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