North Salem, New Hampshire

North Salem is a section of the town of Salem in Rockingham County, New Hampshire, United States. It occupies the northernmost portion of the town and is located at the northern end of Arlington Mill Reservoir. Although there are some shops and other businesses, it is mostly a residential area.

The community is bypassed by New Hampshire Route 111, which travels northeast to Hampstead and Kingston, and southwest to Windham and Hudson.

North Salem has a separate ZIP code (03073, P.O. boxes only) from other areas in the town of Salem.

North Salem, New Hampshire
Corner of North Main Street and Haverhill Road
Corner of North Main Street and Haverhill Road
North Salem is located in New Hampshire
North Salem
North Salem is located in the United States
North Salem
Coordinates: 42°50′13″N 71°13′14″W / 42.83694°N 71.22056°WCoordinates: 42°50′13″N 71°13′14″W / 42.83694°N 71.22056°W
CountryUnited States
StateNew Hampshire
187 ft (57 m)
Time zoneUTC-5 (Eastern (EST))
 • Summer (DST)UTC-4 (EDT)
ZIP code
Area code(s)603
GNIS feature ID868812[1]

Sites of interest


  1. ^ "North Salem". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey.
America's Stonehenge

America's Stonehenge is an archaeological site consisting of a number of large rocks and stone structures scattered around roughly 30 acres (120,000 m2) within the town of Salem, New Hampshire in the United States. It is open to the public for a fee as part of a recreational area which includes snowshoe trails and an alpaca farm. It is a tourist attraction with particular appeal to believers in New Age systems.

A number of hypotheses exist as to the origin and purpose of the structures. One viewpoint is a mixture of land-use practices of local farmers in the 18th and 19th centuries and construction of structures by owner William Goodwin in the 1930s. Some claim that the site has a pre-Columbian European origin, but this is regarded as pseudoarchaeological or the result of an early-20th century hoax. Archaeologist David Starbuck has said that "it is widely believed that Goodwin may have 'created' much of what is visible at the site today".The site was first dubbed Mystery Hill by William Goodwin, an insurance executive who purchased the area in 1937. This was the official name of the site until 1982, when it was renamed "America's Stonehenge", a term coined in a news article in the early 1960s. The rebranding was an effort to separate it from roadside oddity sites and to reinforce the idea that it is an ancient archaeological site. The area is named after Stonehenge in England, although there is no cultural or historical connection between the two.

D.J. Bettencourt

David J. "D.J." Bettencourt (born January 6, 1984) is a former legislator from Salem, New Hampshire who was a member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives from 2004 to 2012, representing district Rockingham-4, and was majority leader from 2010 until his resignation in 2012. D.J. is now employed with the Salem Animal Rescue League (SARL).

Haunted Kids

Haunted Kids (also known as Haunted Kids: True Ghost Stories) is a series of true ghost story children's books written by Allan Zullo and Bruce Nash, (creators of Haunted Lives: True Ghost Stories.) Unlike many anthology ghost story books at the time, these stories are all non-fiction and based on real cases. The true stories all involve children who have had encounters with the supernatural. As the series grew in popularity, the books began to focus on other true ghost stories, involving animals, sports, etc. The series was enormously popular, publishing millions of copies and eleven initial volumes between 1993 and 1997.

Matt Frahm

Matt Frahm (born March 16, 1990) is an American professional stock car racing driver. The North Salem, New Hampshire resident has competed in the NASCAR Xfinity Series and K&N Pro Series East.

North Salem

North Salem is the name of several communities in the United States:

North Salem, Indiana

North Salem, Missouri

North Salem, New Hampshire

North Salem, New York

North Salem, Ohio

Municipalities and communities of Rockingham County, New Hampshire, United States
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