About: New Hampshire
The capital of New Hampshire is Concord. The state's nickname is "The Granite State," which refers to its geology. New Hampshire has always had an abundance of water power, which allowed the state to industrialize early on, which explains why manufacturing is the principal source of income for its economy. Industrial products include electrical, machinery, textiles, pulp and paper products, and stone and clay products. Agriculture is also a part of New Hampshire's economy, as they produce dairy and poultry products, a variety of fruit, garden vegetables, corn, potatoes, and hay. Tourism is also a mainstay in the state's economy. The state is rich in scenic and recreational resources and millions of tourists vacation there annually.
Area: 52,419 sq mi (ranks 30th)
Largest cities: Manchester