Birthplace of Horace Greeley


January 03. 2014 3:46PM

Birthplace of Horace Greeley - Amherst, New Hampshire 







Horace Greeley Road
Amherst, NH

Marker Number: 3
Name and date established: Amherst 1958

Description: About five miles north of Amherst is the birthplace of Horace Greeley (1811-1872), founder of the New York Tribune, member of Congress, and candidate for President in 1872.

Location: Located about 9 miles west of Manchester at the intersection of Route 101 and Horace Greeley Road.
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