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Excerpt from The History of Gilmanton
One Of the hills in this Range from its shape and insular po sitiou, has been denominated Peaked Hill. It is situated about half a mile East of the Academy and Theological Seminary, and is about 450 feet high from its base. From the summit Of this hill, which can be approached on horseback, the following objects can be seen with the naked eye. see N. H. Hist. Coll. Vol. I. P. 73.
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