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Nashua, New Hampshire: Hannah Duston Slept Here

17 Allds St., Nashua, NH
South side of town, at the intersection of Allds and Fifield Sts.
Hannah Duston Slept Here

Tombstone-like granite monument marks the property of John Lovewell, "at whose house Hannah Duston" -- a famously murderous and vengeful mother -- "spent the night after her escape from the Indians."

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