Lamson Farm, whose earliest components date to the 1770s, is a working farm and town-owned conservation land in Mont Vernon, New Hampshire. The property encompasses a farm that was worked by the Lamson family for seven generations, as well as the foundation remnants of a schoolhouse and another farm whose land the Lamsons acquired. The property is now owned by the town of Mont Vernon, with trails open to the public, and an annual celebration of Lamson Farm Day every September.
The property was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1981.
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