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D Street - D Street was designated as mill housing for the Maine Manufacturing Company.

Damper Circle - Damper Circle is located in a section of the city with names related to parts of a fireplace. It is an adjustable plate, as in the flue of a furnace or stove, for controlling the draft.

Dan Chan - Dan Chan was the well-known owner of Singapore Restaurant on Daniel Webster highway, and eventually had a side street off the highway named in his honor.

Danforth Road - Danforth Road is named after Danforth’s Meadow, owned by John Blanchard, or George E. Danforth, a prominent citizen and member of Nashua’s semi-centennial observance committee.

Daniel Webster Highway - Daniel Webster Highway was originally a trail followed by Samuel Whiting from Billerica to Dunstable to start his homestead. On May 16, 1922, the 200-mile was dedicated with a ceremony including a parade, concerts, and two granite markers. Daniel Webster, the namesake of the road, formed a coalition with Daniel Abbot and the Greeley brothers to create the first textile mills in Dunstable.

Dartmouth Road - Dartmouth Road, which is part of the college and university district, is named for Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire. Dartmouth College is a private university in Hanover, New Hampshire, and a member of the Ivy League. Founded in 1769, it is the ninth-oldest college in the United States. In addition to its liberal arts undergraduate program, Dartmouth has medical, engineering, and business schools, as well as 18 graduate programs in the arts and sciences. For reasons of tradition the institution as a whole is officially called "Dartmouth College" and not "Dartmouth University." With a total enrollment of about 5,700, Dartmouth is the smallest university in the Ivy League.

Davis Court - Davis Court was named for Henry H. Davis, a well-known Nashua businessman.

Daytona Street - Daytona Street is part of a development named for cities in Florida. Daytona Beach is a popular vacation spot in eastern Florida. Center of a rapidly urbanizing area, in a region settled by Spanish Franciscans in the 17th cent., Daytona Beach is a popular year-round resort, now noted as a spring-break mecca for collegians. Its economy has diversified to include aerospace industries. Noted for its hard, white beach, the city has been the scene of automobile racing since 1902; the annual Daytona 500 is an important event. Daytona USA, an interactive motor-sports museum, opened in 1996. Institutions of higher education include Bethune-Cookman College and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Univ.

Deacon Drive - The Christian-named district, located near Broad Street, includes Deacon Drive. The title of deacon designates a cleric ranking just below a priest in the Anglican, Eastern Orthodox, and Roman Catholic churches.

Dearborn Street - Dearborn Street is named for Samuel Dearborn, who built Dearborn House in 1886 on Concord Street..

Dedham Street - Dedham Street was part of a development named for cities and towns in Massachusetts. Dedham is a suburban town southwest of Boston. Primarily residential, the town has some light manufacturing. America's oldest frame house, the Fairbanks house (1636), is in Dedham, which is said to have had the first public school in America (1649). The county courthouse was the scene of the Sacco-Vanzetti trial (1921). Horace Mann practiced law in Dedham, and Fisher Ames was born there.

Deerhaven Drive - Deerhaven Drive was named for aesthetic purposes and part of the name comes from deer, which was plentiful in early Nashua.

Deerwood Drive - Deerwood Drive was named as a combination of deer and wood, two features of early Dunstable. Forests were plentiful, and deer was among the wildlife located in the area.

Delaware Road - Delaware Road was part of a movement in the early twentieth century to name streets after states. Deleware is a state on the east coast of the United States. It was admitted as the first of the original Thirteen Colonies in 1787. Settled by the Dutch in 1631 and by Swedes in 1638, the region passed to England in 1664. It was part of William Penn's Pennsylvania grant from 1682 until 1776. Dover is the capital and Wilmington the largest city. Population - 830,000.

Delude Street - Delude Street was named after Victor Delude and his family, who built their home on this road.

Denver Drive - Denver Colorado provided the inspiration for Denver Drive’s name. The largest Colorado city, it is a processing, shipping, and distribution point for an extensive agricultural area. It is also the financial, business, administrative, and transportation center of the Rocky Mt. region (the “Inland West”), and home to numerous federal agencies. The Denver area has many electronics plants and is a major livestock market and headquarters to mining companies; leading manufactures include aeronautical, telecommunications, and other high-technology products. With ski and mountain resorts, national parks, and frontier historical sites nearby, Denver is also an important tourist center. Among the city's educational institutions are the Univ. of Denver, Loretto Heights College, Regis College, Colorado Women's College, and the Univ. of Colorado medical school. Points of interest include a park system incorporating many mountain areas; the Denver Art Museum; the Colorado State Historical Museum; the Denver Museum of Natural History; the Black American West Museum; the Denver Performing Arts Complex; the state capitol; a U.S. Mint; Mile High Stadium, home of the Broncos (football); Coors Field, home of the Colorado Rockies (baseball); the Pepsi Center, home of the Nuggets (basketball) and Avalanche (hockey); and zoological gardens. Part of the former Rocky Mountain Arsenal has become a national wildlife refuge.

Depot Road - Depot Road, close to Hollis’s South Depot Road, leads to the Hollis Depot. A depot can be a railroad, bus station, warehouse or storehouse.

Derby Circle/Derry Street - Derry Street was in a development named for towns in New Hampshire and is a town in southeastern New Hampshire. Although it is a town and not a city, Derry is the fourth most-populous community in New Hampshire, with more people than the state capital of Concord. Derry has two famous sons - poet Robert Frost and astronaut Alan Shepard, the first American in space. It is home to two of America's oldest private schools, Pinkerton Academy, which was founded in 1814 and is still in operation, and the defunct Adams Female Seminary. Derry is also the former home of murderess Pamela Smart.

Dickens Street - Part of poet district.

Dinsmore Street - Dinsmore Street is named for Thomas Dinsmore, an early resident of the Dunstable area.

Divinity Circle - One of the streets in the Christian-named district. Divinity is the quality or state of being heavenly or sacred.

Dixville Street - Dixville Street is part of a development named for towns in New Hampshire. Dixville Notch is an unincorporated small village in the Dixville township of Coos County, New Hampshire which is known for being one of the first places to declare the results in Presidential elections. It is located in the far north of the state, approximately 20 miles (30 km), by the best road route to a border-crossing between Vermont and Quebec, from Canada. The village is named for the mountain pass (or "notch," in White Mountains terminology) about a hundred feet (30 m) uphill from it, that lies between Dixville Peak and Sanguinary Mountain, and separates the Connecticut River's watershed from that of the Androscoggin. Dixville Notch is also the location, in dramatic mountains about 1800 feet above sea level, of The Balsams resort hotel; one of a handful of surviving New Hampshire grand hotels, it is situated on a 15,000 acre (61 km²) plot, accommodating golfing in the summer and skiing in the winter. Dixville Notch is a small town in northern New Hampshire that has received national attention for being the site of the first voting in the primary elections for the USA.

Dogwood Drive - Dogwood Drive is in the flower street district and is named for the dogwood, a tree (Cornus florida) of eastern North America, having small greenish flowers surrounded by four large, showy white or pink bracts that resemble petals.
Doncaster Drive- Doncaster Drive, named after the city of Doncaster located in the United Kingdom, commemorates the development of cities in Europe. Doncaster is a communications center, located on important rail lines and roads, and a market for fruits, vegetables, and livestock. There are slaughterhouses, railroad shops, steel mills, and food-processing plants. Other manufactures include metal products, electrical equipment, agricultural implements, clothing, and nylon. Doncaster is the site of the Roman camp Danum, on an ancient highway. An old racecourse is near the city; the Street Leger classic is run there every September. Noteworthy are the Mansion House (18th cent.) and the parish church of Street George, with a 170-ft (52-m) tower, designed in 1854 by George Gilbert Scott. Doncaster has a technical college and an art gallery.

Donovan Drive - The renowned Donovan family was the origin for the name of Donovan Drive.

Dorchester Way - Dorchester Way, named after the metropolis of Dorchester in the United Kingdom, is part of a district in Nashua with European street names. Dorchester is a busy agricultural market, especially for sheep and lambs. Printing, leatherworking, brewing, and the manufacture of agricultural machinery are important industries. Nearby is Maiden Castle, a fortification originally built in prehistoric times. In Roman times, Dorchester was called Durnovaria; Maumbury Rings, another pre-Roman site, was used by the Romans as an amphitheater. Baron Jeffreys of Wem held his Bloody Assizes in the town in 1685. It was also the site of the 1834 trial of the “Tolpuddle Martyrs,” important in the history of British trade unionism. Thomas Hardy lived in Dorchester, which is the “Casterbridge” of his Wessex novels.

Dover Street - The city of Dover, located in New Hampshire as well as the United Kingdom, was the foundation for Dover Street’s name. This street serves as a fraction of the borough of streets named after cities in New Hampshire and Europe. The first permanent settlement in New Hampshire, Dover was organized in 1633 but grew slowly. Lord Saye and Sele and his group had large holdings there from 1633 to 1641. A massacre by Native Americans occurred in 1689. In 1812 the first cotton factory was established and the town thrived as a textile center. Dover's historic attractions include the garrison house (late 1600s); the Hale house (1806), where Lafayette and James Monroe stayed; and a library that was organized in 1792.

Dow Street - Dow Street, named after the prominent figure of Charles Dow, memorializes the foundation of the Dow Jones Average. The Dow Jones Industrial Average is a price-weighted average of 30 significant stocks traded on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq. The DJIA was invented by Charles Dow back in 1896. Often referred to as "the Dow," the DJIA is the oldest and single most watched index in the world. The DJIA includes companies like General Electric, Disney, Exxon, and Microsoft.

Dryden Avenue - John Dryden, a poet who lived during the late 1700s, was the basis for the street named Dryden Avenue. This particular street is located in the vicinity of a development of streets named for poets. John Dryden was an English writer and poet laureate. The outstanding literary figure of the Restoration, he wrote critical essays, poems, such as Absalom and Achitophel (1681), and dramas, including All for Love (1678).

Dublin Avenue - Dublin Avenue was named after the city of Dublin, New Hampshire as well as Dublin Ireland. Dublin Avenue is part of the quarter of streets named after cities in New Hampshire and Europe. The capital and largest city of Ireland, Dublin is located in the east-central part of the country on the Irish Sea. A Danish stronghold until 1014, Dublin was later captured by the English (1170) and made the center of the Pale. It was the scene of the Black Monday massacre of English residents in 1209 and the bloody Easter Rebellion of April 24, 1916. The Sinn Fein movement began here in the early 20th century. The population totals roughly 1,020,000 people.

Dubonnet Drive - Dubonnet Drive, part of the district of streets named after the rich history and production of wine, celebrates the manufacturing of wine and the artistry used to create original flavors of wine. A bittersweet, fortified wine-based Apéritif flavored with herbs and quinine, signifies the characteristics of Dubonnet. Dubonnet comes in red and white versions, the white being the drier of the two. It is a trademark used for apéritif wines.

Duchess Road - A Duchess, the wife or widow of a Duke, is the inspiration for the name Duchess Road. A Duchess is the wife of a duke or a woman holding ducal title in her own right. The word is used as the title for such a noblewoman.

Dunbarton Drive - Dunbarton Drive, named after Dunbarton Scotland and Dunbarton, New Hampshire, is part of the district of streets named after cities in New Hampshire and Europe. Dunbarton is a town in Scotland, lying on the north bank of the River Clyde. Dunbarton Castle, sitting on top of Dunbarton Rock, dominates the area. Dunbarton functioned as the capital of the ancient Kingdom of Strathclyde, and later as the county town of the traditional county of Dunbartonshire (formerly known as "Dunbartonshire"). In more recent times, the town became a centre for shipbuilding at Denny's yard, which closed in the 1960s. It is the birthplace of David Byrne from the Talking Heads, and of the motor-racing driver Jackie Stewart.

East Dunstable Road - Previously a major road, East Dunstable Road leads to Dunstable, Massachusetts. Nashua was formerly a part of Dunstable, Massachusetts until 1740 when the city of Nashua branched off from Dunstable. Dunstable is a town located in Middlesex County, Massachusetts. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 2,829. Dunstable was first settled in 1656 and was officially incorporated in 1673. According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 43.4 km² (16.7 mi²). 42.9 km² (16.5 mi²) of it is land and 0.5 km² (0.2 mi²) of it is water. The total area is 1.13% water.

Durham Street - Durham Street is named after the district of streets that encompass the names of cities in New Hampshire and Europe. Durham Street was specifically named after the city of Durham, New Hampshire and the province of Durham in the United Kingdom. Durham is a city of north-central North Carolina east of Greensboro as well. Settled in 1750, it is the seat of Duke University (founded 1838). Durham is a small city in the north east of England. The county town of County Durham is well known for its Norman Cathedral and Castle and is home to the University of Durham, England's third oldest.