Washington, Mount

Washington, Mount,

N.H.: see Presidential RangePresidential Range,
group of the White Mts., N N.H., so called from the names of its peaks. Mt. Washington (6,288 ft/1,917 m) is the highest peak in New Hampshire; a meteorological station is at the summit.
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