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New Hampshire (/ ^ h æ米p ʃ ər/) is a country in the New England district of the United States. It borders Massachusetts to the south, Vermont to the west, Maine and the Atlantic Ocean to the east, and Quebec, Canada to the north. Among the 50 states in the United States, New Hampshire is the fifth smallest in area and tenth in population, with slightly more than 1.3 million residents. Harmony is the state capital, and Manchester is the largest city. New Hampshire’s motto "Born to be free" reflects its role in the American Revolution; its nickname "Granite State" refers to its extensive granite formations and quarries. It is well-known throughout the country for holding the first primary election in the US presidential election cycle, which gave rise to the saying "Go to New Hampshire, and the country also goes".
Algonquin-speaking people such as Abenaki who have lived in New Hampshire for thousands of years. Europeans arrived in the early 17th century, and the British established some of the earliest non-indigenous settlements. The province in New Hampshire was established in 1629 and later named Hampshire in English County. As tensions between the British colony and the royal family increased in the 1760s, New Hampshire witnessed one of the first public rebellions, capturing Fort William and Fort Mary from the British in 1774. In January 1776, it became the first British North American colony to establish an independent government and its own national constitution; half a year later, it signed the American Declaration of Independence and promoted troops, ships and equipment in the Anti-British War. In June 1788, it was the ninth state to ratify the U.S. Constitution, making the document effective.
Throughout the mid-19th century, New Hampshire was an active center of abolitionism, sending nearly 32,000 soldiers to the Union during the American Civil War. After the war, the state's industrialization and population grew rapidly, becoming the center of textile manufacturing, shoemaking and papermaking; Manchester's Amoskeag Manufacturing Company was once the world's largest cotton mill. At Merrimack and Connecticut River Industrial Plants, most of the laborers were lined from Canada and Europe; French Canadians formed the most important influx of immigrants, and today about a quarter of New Hampshire residents claim to have French origin American ancestry, second only to Maine.