Grafton County, NH
The Town of Haverhill is located approximately 35 miles north of Hanover, New Hampshire on the Connecticut River. Haverhill was chartered in 1763, and named after Haverhill, Massachusetts, home of many of the first settlers. In 1773, Haverhill became the county seat for Grafton County.
Haverhill's population approximates 4,800 residents, and the Town is a vibrant community comprised of: Woodsville, North Haverhill, Mountain Lakes, Haverhill Corner, Pike, and East Haverhill.
Settled by citizens from Haverhill, Massachusetts, the town was first known as Lower Coos. In 1773, Haverhill became the county seat of Grafton County. It was the terminus of the Old Province Road, which connected the northern and western settlements with the seacoast.