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Hebron lies fully within the Merrimack River watershed.The highest point in Hebron is a knob with an elevation of 2,240 feet (680 m) above sea level just south of the summit of Tenney Mountain, near the town's northernmost point.First settled in 1765, Hebron was incorporated in 1792 from a portion of the extinct township of Cockermouth (now Groton), combined with a portion of what was then called West Plymouth.Most early settlers arrived from New England towns, with no known first generation emigrants from Europe.
Many short lines operating around the country are now owned by large conglomerates notably Watco, Genesee & Wyoming, and Iowa Pacific.
Keene is today a center for insurance, education and tourism.
New England manufacturing declined in the 20th century, however, particularly during the Great Depression.
The town center, Hebron village, is located near the northwest corner of Newfound Lake, at the intersection of North Shore Road, West Shore Road, and Groton Road.
New Hampshire Route 3A passes through the eastern part of town, following the east shore of Newfound Lake.