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Brief Information About Winnisquam


Winnisquam is a small town located in the County of Belknap, New Hampshire. Winnisquam is ideally placed at the intersection of two state highway routes which makes the city well connected with the rest of the state. It occupies a total area of about 84 sq. kms. and is located at an elevated height of about 529 ft. from the ground level. A large part of the local population is white in their racial origin and they are involved in different types of service oriented economic activities. Most of these are related with tourism, education, healthcare and other sectors. The local Post Office and the government and infrastructure sectors also offer employment oppurtunities to the locals.







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