Allenstown selectmen will meet in historic town building
The Old Allenstown Meeting House, located at 150 Deerfield Road, recently received significant restoration work. (RYAN O'CONNOR/Union Leader Correspondent)
Monday, in an effort to commemorate the history of the 199-year-old one-room building which is listed on both the New Hampshire and National Register of Historic Places — selectmen will convene for a regularly-scheduled meeting within its storied confines.
In 1985, an arson-related fire nearly destroyed the meeting house, and in 1991 the state accepted ownership of the property, which was managed by the New Hampshire Division of Parks before it was transferred to the town of Allenstown in 2004.
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