Republic of Indian Stream


January 09. 2014 3:42PM






Route 3
Pittsburg, NH

Marker Number: 1
Name and date established: Pittsburg 1958

Description: In 1832 the settlers of the area between Indian Stream and Hall's Stream, claimed by both Canada and the United States, set up the independent republic of Indian Stream. Yielding to New Hampshire in 1836, Indian Stream became part of Pittsburg and in 1842 was recognized by treaty as United States territory.

Location: Located on the north side of Route 3 at the town park.
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