Town Name: Ferdinand
Area: 52.8 SQ MILES
Brief History: The town is named after German Prince Karl Wilhelm Ferdinand of Brunswick-Lunenburg. The town was incorporated but was never formally organized. It is managed by the Unified Towns & Gores of Essex County.
General Area Info: The Nulhegan River, a tributary of the Connecticut River, flows from west to east across the northern part of Ferdinand. At 3,170 feet, the summit of Seneca Mountain is the highest point in the town.
Attractions: Moose Bog
Recreational Activities: Bird Watching, Snowmobiling, Hunting, Snowshoeing
- The town reached its highest population of 213 in 1910.
- K-8: Brighton Elementary
- High School: North Country Union High School
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