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Drained by the Saco River, North Conway is a village of Conway.
Chartered in 1765 by Colonial Governor Benning Wentworth, the town is named for Henry Seymour Conway, ambitious son of a prominent English family, who was elected to the House of Commons at age twenty, fought at Culloden, and became Secretary of State.
The picturesque small town is nestled directly in the heart of the White Mountains, and has long been popular with tourists and artists, particularly after the entrance of the railroad in 1871.
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