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Carroll County

New Hampshire

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The Cities and communities of Carroll County, New Hampshire *


Bartlett, Brookfield

Chatham, Conway

Eaton, Effingham


Hale's Location, Hart's Location


Madison, Melvin Village, Moultonborough

North Conway

Ossipee (County Seat)


Tamworth, Tuftonboro

Wakefield, Wolfeboro

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Information & Facts about Carroll County, New Hampshire

Attractions & other Information - Climate - Economy - Genealogy - Geography -
Government - History - Libraries - Location - Organizations & Groups -
Other Facts & Figures - Population - Schools


Ossipee Town Website

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1990 - 35,410
2000 - 43,666

population in 2004 was 46,762.

Population Density
2000 - 47 persons per square mile

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in eastern New Hampshire on the border with Maine


Neighboring areas include:
North - Coos County
Northeast - Oxford County, Maine
Southeast - York County, Maine
South - Strafford County
Southwest - Belknap County
West - Grafton County

Here is a map page for the area

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Weather in the Mount Washington Area

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Other Facts and Figures:

Per capita income in Carroll County was
2002 - $32,185.

Household Median Income
2000 - $39,990
Family Median Income
2000 - $46,922

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Carroll County was created in 1840 when it was carved out from Strafford County. It was named for Charles Carroll of Carrollton, the last surviving signer of the United States Declaration of Independence when he died in 1832.

More history resources for Conway and the area

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Total area: 992 square miles
Total land area: 934 square miles
Total water area: 58 square miles

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Carroll County GenWeb page

The Political Graveyard for Carroll County
Cemeteries of Carroll County

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Conway Public Library
15 Main Street
P.O. Box 2100
Conway, New Hampshire 03818

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Conway School District
19 Pine Street
North Conway, NH 03860
Phone: (603) 356-5533
Fax: (603) 356-5144

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Economic development for the area

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Organizations & Groups

Greater Ossipee Area Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 323,
Center Ossipee, NH 03814
Phone: (603) 539-6201

Mount Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce and Visitor's Bureau
P.O. Box 2300 ~
North Conway, NH 03860-2300
Phone: 1-800-367-3364 ~
Fax: 1-603-356-7069
Local Business Line: 603-356-5701

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Attractions & Other Information

Mount Washington Observatory
2779 White Mountain Highway
North Conway NH
PO Box 2310
North Conway Village, NH 03860-2310
Phone: 603-356-2137
Toll Free: 800-706-0432
Fax: 603-356-0307
The Weather Discovery Center is open 7 days/week, May 27 through October 29, free admission is sponsored by the Mt. Washington Auto Road and Great Glen Trails. For group visits, contact the Observatory at 356-2137, Ext 203.

Conway Scenic Railroad
38 Norcross Circle
North Conway Village, NH
PO Box 1947
North Conway Village, NH 03860-1947
Phone: 603-356-5251
Toll Free: 800-232-5251
Fax: 603-356-7606

The Conway Daily Sun Newspaper
Carroll County Independent Newspaper

White Mountain National Forest

National Register of Historic Places for Carroll County

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