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    Dartmouth College

    by mikelisaanna Written May 6, 2005

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    If you are in Hanover, you should take some time and stroll around the campus of Dartmouth College. The college dates back to before the Revolutionary War, and is filled with history.

    The Baker Library of Dartmouth College

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    Jesse's Steak, Seafood and Tavern: Great Place to Eat and Drink

    by Basaic Written Oct 17, 2014

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    Jesse's. $24 in July 2014. This is a fancy place inside and out with a nice location amongst nicely landscaped trees and plants between the towns of Hanover and Lebanon. The inside has lots of dark wood and leather and there is also outdoor seating. My waitress was efficient and professional. A varied menu with lots of tempting items. Recommended!

    Favorite Dish: Seafood Gratin (Scallops, shrimp, and other sea delicacies).

    Jesse's Inside
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    Molly's: Dartmouth Favorite

    by apbeaches Written Aug 9, 2011

    Fun, hopping casual local restaurant with lines out the door. Enjoyed the garden. Levi our waiter was attentive. Music, drink specials ...

    Favorite Dish: The salads were enormous and creative. Loved the Ahi Tuna Nicoise. Warm rolls with honey butter were pretty good.

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Hanover Off The Beaten Path

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    Saint Gaudens National Historic Site

    by mikelisaanna Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    The Saint Gaudens National Historic Site preserves the home, studio and property of Augustus Saint Gaudens, one of the United States' greatest sculptors. It is located in Cornish, NH, which is about 20 miles south of Hanover, NH.

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