GREENVILLE, NEW HAMPSHIRE
Once called Mason Village, Greenville is one of New Hampshire’s newest and smallest towns, incorporated in 1872. Located at the High Falls on the Souhegan River, whose plentiful water power provided the mill town with the state's earliest industries, Greenville has long been a manufacturing center of cotton and woolen goods.
In 1826, the Columbian Manufacturing Company was established to make textiles in both Greenville and New Ipswich. While the company no longer operates in Greenville its fine brick buildings still dominate the village, with Queen Anne style houses can be found on its side streets.