Spaulding & Frost Cooperage


January 03. 2014 4:14PM






Route 107
Fremont, NH

Marker Number: 157
Name and date established: Fremont 1989

Description: The Cooperage was founded here in 1874 by Jonas Spaulding, Jr. After his death in 1900 his sons, two of whom became New Hampshire governors, served as company officers. Stephen Frost, who bought into the firm in 1893, served as manager. Rebuilt after devastating fires in 1921 and 1973, the Spaulding and Frost Cooperage is now the oldest white pine cooperage in the United States.

Location: Located on Route 107, in front of the Spaulding and Frost Company, building, near the giant barrel.
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