New Durham Meeting House Makes Structure to Save List
The 1774 New Durham Meeting House has been recognized by the New Hampshire Preservation Alliance as one of the Seven to Save Structures in the state. Maggie Stier, Preservation Alliance spokeswoman, said the meeting house is a staple in the community and definitely deserves to be saved. The Meeting House is one of only five pre-revolutionary war buildings left in the state and making it even more special is that it resides in its original location and remains pretty much intact. The award doesn’t come with a grant but Stier hopes the recognition will stir organizations to donate to keeping the meeting house around for years to come.