Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Exeter-River-in-the-US-27MZIFJ6U7JL1.htmlConceptually similarHurricane Charley Documentation FloridaGP0GTYCompleted★★★★Home Destroyed by Hurricane KatrinaGP0K04Completed★★★★Mississippi River Flooding in IllinoisGP0STPJTSCompleted★★★★Mississippi River Flooding in IllinoisGP0STPJTZCompleted★★★★Tiffany Plumstead Returns Home AFter Hurricane KatrinaGP07GOCompleted★★★★Girl walking to School in ColoradoGP0STPXI3Completed★★★★Children walking to School in ColoradoGP0STPXI4Completed★★★★Boy walking to School in ColoradoGP0STPXI6Completed★★★★Miner with Black Lung in AppalachiaGP02F8BCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STPPSUExeter River in the USThe Exeter River flows past former mill buildings in downtown Exeter. Named for Exeter, Devon, England, the town was the first capital of the state of New Hampshire.Locations:Exeter (New Hampshire)-New Hampshire-North America-United States of AmericaDate:4 Feb, 2016Credit:© Andrew Lichtenstein / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5760px X 3840pxKeywords:Day-Houses-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Rivers-WaterShoot:New Hampshire Presidential PrimaryGreenpeace brings the solar-powered truck, the Rolling Sunlight, to New Hampshire to engage voters on the climate policies of presidential primary candidates. Greenpeace is asking candidates to pledge not to accept money from fossil fuel interests. The New Hampshire primary is the first primary election held in the United States following the Iowa Caucuses. Voters are choosing the Democratic and Republican nominees for the presidency.