ⓘ Mount Doublehead is a twin-peaked mountain in eastern New Hampshire, United States. It is located in the town of Jackson, Carroll County, in the eastern White M ..

                                     

ⓘ Mount Doublehead

Mount Doublehead is a twin-peaked mountain in eastern New Hampshire, United States. It is located in the town of Jackson, Carroll County, in the eastern White Mountains. North Doublehead has an elevation of 3.053 feet above sea level, while South Doublehead has an elevation of 2.939 ft.

Doublehead is located in the basin of the SACO river, which empties into the Gulf of Maine. The Eastern and southern slopes Drain Doublehead in the East branch of the SACO river. In the North-Western part Doublehead drains into Great brook, thence to the temper of the Creek, river, Ellis, and SACO.

In 1934, the American composer Alan Hovhaness 1911-2000, who often climbed the White mountains in his youth, wrote a piece for piano called Mist on the mountain dual head OP. 1, no. 2.

South of the White mountains, Doublehead mountain heights 2.158 m / 657.8 m is located in sandwich, new Hampshire, also in the County of Carroll, in Squam mountains overlooking the lake Squam.

                                     
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  • Sequoyah. Both Sequoyah and Benge were great - nephews of Old Tassel and Doublehead Under the Cherokee matrilineal kinship and clan system, children were
  • of Assimilation for Mount Holyoke Historical Atlas. Accessed Oct. 9, 2015 Wilson, L.W. 1936 Interview with Bird Doublehead PDF Archived from
  • point, Tahlonteeskee Doublehead s brother and The Tail Bob Benge s brother led a party to ambush the Kentucky Road. Doublehead led another to the Cumberland
  • 532 - foot 1, 686 m Mount Clay, 1.1 - mile 1.8 km north - northwest along the ridge joining the peak of Mount Washington with that of Mount Jefferson, and rising
  • surrendered when Watts offered clemency, but a faction of Cherokee under Doublehead opposed the clemency and started killing the prisoners, including children