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This is a list of counties in New Hampshire.
There are ten counties in the U.S. state of New Hampshire. Five of the counties were created in 1769, when New Hampshire was still an English colony and not a state, during the first subdivision of the state into counties. The last counties created were Belknap County and Carroll County, in 1840.
The majority of New Hampshire's counties were named for prominent British or American people or geographic locations and features. Only one county's name originates in a Native American language: Coös County, named for an Algonquian word meaning "small pines".
New Hampshire Presidential Election Result By County state district party
|County||FIPS code||County seat||Created||Formed from||Population||Area|
|Belknap County||1||Laconia||1840||Parts of Merrimack County and Strafford County.||60,641||401 sq mi|
|Carroll County||3||Ossipee||1840||Part of Strafford County.||47,285||934 sq mi|
|Cheshire County||5||Keene||1769||One of five original counties.||75,909||708 sq mi|
|Coos County||7||Lancaster||1803||Part of Grafton County.||31,212||1,801 sq mi|
|Grafton County||9||North Haverhill||1769||One of five original counties.||89,320||1,714 sq mi|
|Hillsborough County||11||Manchester||1769||One of five original counties.||4,06,678||876 sq mi|
|Merrimack County||13||Concord||1823||Parts of Hillsborough County and Rockingham County.||1,47,994||934 sq mi|
|Rockingham County||15||Brentwood||1769||One of five original counties.||3,01,777||695 sq mi|
|Strafford County||17||Dover||1769||One of five original counties.||1,26,825||369 sq mi|
|Sullivan County||19||Newport||1827||Part of Cheshire County.||42,967||537 sq mi|