ⓘ Eastman Pond is a 320-acre water body located in Sullivan and Grafton counties in western New Hampshire, United States, in the towns of Grantham and Enfield. Wa ..

                                     

ⓘ Eastman Pond

Eastman Pond is a 320-acre water body located in Sullivan and Grafton counties in western New Hampshire, United States, in the towns of Grantham and Enfield. Water from Eastman Pond flows via Eastman Brook and Stocker Brook to the North Branch of the Sugar River, then the Sugar River, and finally the Connecticut River.

This Central geographical characteristic of the community of Eastman, which is 3.500 hectares 14 km 2 consisting of single-family homes and condominiums. It is the main source of recreational activities for companies and the region in General.

                                     
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  • resumed in 2002. Shortly after the regular season ended, Eastman voluntarily resigned. Pond Alex March 10, 1999 WSU basketball coach resigns Moscow - Pullman
  • water - lily Eurasian species shared with many other genera in the same family pond - lily, alligator - bonnet or bonnet lily, and spatterdock North American species
  • political help to Eastman and his gang. In 1904 Eastman was beaten unconscious by a policeman who had foiled a robbery in progress. Eastman was convicted
  • Mountain ski resort. In his book, The History of the Town of Andover, John R. Eastman describes Ragged Mountain as a truly ragged pile of ledge and boulder