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Acworth Alstead Alton
Alton Bay Amherst Andover
Antrim Ashland Ashuelot
Atkinson Auburn Barnstead
Barrington Bartlett Bath
Bedford Belmont Bennington
Berlin Bethlehem Bow
Bradford Bretton Woods Bristol
Brookline Campton Canaan
Candia Canterbury Center Barnstead
Center Conway Center Harbor Center Ossipee
Center Sandwich Center Strafford Center Tuftonboro
Charlestown Chester Chesterfield
Chichester Chocorua Claremont
Colebrook Concord Contoocook
Conway Cornish Cornish Flat
Danbury Danville Deerfield
Derry Dover Drewsville
Dublin Dunbarton Durham
East Andover East Candia East Derry
East Hampstead East Kingston East Wakefield
Eaton Center Effingham Elkins
Enfield Enfield Center Epping
Epsom Errol Etna
Exeter Farmington Fitzwilliam
Francestown Franconia Franklin
Freedom Fremont Georges Mills
Gilford Gilmanton Gilmanton Iron Works
Gilsum Glen Glencliff
Goffstown Gorham Goshen
Grafton Grantham Greenfield
Greenland Greenville Groveton
Guild Hampstead Hampton
Hampton Falls Hancock Hanover
Harrisville Haverhill Hebron
Henniker Hill Hillsborough
Hinsdale Holderness Hollis
Hooksett Hudson Intervale
Jackson Jaffrey Jefferson
Kearsarge Keene Kingston
Laconia Lancaster Lebanon
Lee Lempster Lincoln
Lisbon Litchfield Littleton
Lochmere Londonderry Loudon
Lyme Lyme Center Lyndeborough
Madbury Madison Manchester
Marlborough Marlow Melvin Village
Meredith Meriden Merrimack
Milan Milford Milton
Milton Mills Mirror Lake Monroe
Mont Vernon Moultonborough Mount Washington
Nashua Nelson New Boston
New Castle New Durham New Hampton
New Ipswich New London Newbury
Newfields Newington Newmarket
Newport Newton Newton Junction
North Conway North Hampton North Haverhill
North Salem North Sandwich North Stratford
North Sutton North Walpole North Woodstock
Northwood Nottingham Orford
Ossipee Pelham Peterborough
Piermont Pike Pittsburg
Pittsfield Plainfield Plaistow
Plymouth Portsmouth Randolph
Raymond Rindge Rochester
Rollinsford Rumney Rye
Rye Beach Salem Salisbury
Sanbornton Sanbornville Sandown
Seabrook Silver Lake Somersworth
South Acworth South Newbury South Sutton
South Tamworth Spofford Springfield
Stinson Lake Stoddard Strafford
Stratham Sugar Hill Sullivan
Sunapee Suncook Swanzey
Tamworth Temple Thornton
Tilton Troy Twin Mountain
Union Walpole Warner
Warren Washington Waterville Valley
Weare Wentworth West Chesterfield
West Lebanon West Nottingham West Ossipee
West Peterborough West Stewartstown West Swanzey
Westmoreland Whitefield Wilmot
Wilton Winchester Windham
Winnisquam Wolfeboro Wolfeboro Falls
Wonalancet Woodstock Woodsville

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United States Postal Service (USPS) uses ZIP codes as a system for postal codes since 1963. ZIP stands for Zone Improvement Plan, ZIP is properly written in capital letters and was chosen to suggest that the mail travels more efficiently, and therefore more quickly. The term ZIP code was originally registered as a servicemark (a type of trademark) by the U.S. Postal Service.

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