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Stoddard, New Hampshire 03464

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Cheshire County

Granite Lake, Nelson/Stoddard
Coordinates: 43.0207136, -72.1437836
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Island Pond, Stoddard
Coordinates: 43.0665696, -72.0852723
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Nye Meadow Wildlife Sanctuary, Stoddard
Coordinates: 43.0256708, -72.1248794
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Otter Brook Preserve, Sullivan (et al.)
Coordinates: 43.0192252, -72.1860682
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Pitcher Mt., Stoddard
Coordinates: 43.0940732, -72.135179
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Robb Reservoir, Stoddard
Coordinates: 43.0313804, -72.0617294
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About Stoddard
Stoddard is a town in Cheshire County. Between 1842 and 1873, the town was home to four glass manufacturers. The glass produced by these works, now known as Stoddard glass, is noted for its deep amber colors and design.

The town has a total area of 53.0 square miles, of which 50.9 sq mi is land and 2.1 sq mi is water, comprising 4.02% of the town. The western portion of the town is drained by tributaries of the Ashuelot River, which flows to the Connecticut River. The central and eastern portions of town drain to the North Branch of the Contoocook River and eventually to the Merrimack River. Major water bodies in the town include Highland Lake and Island Pond in the northeast and Granite Lake on the southern border.

The Monadnock-Sunapee Greenway passes through the western side of the town (near Center Pond) and continues onward toward the highest point in Stoddard, the summit of Pitcher Mountain (at 2,162 feet above sea level).

The town is crossed by NH-9 from northeast to southwest, and by NH-123, which passes through the town center, from southeast to northwest.
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