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Brief Information About Chatham


The small town of Chatham has a total area of about 148 sq. kms. and is located at an elevated height of about 520 ft. above ground level. The city is located within the County of Carroll in the state of New Hampshire. Chatham is located on a mountanious region and there are a number of rivers in the area. The watershed of Saco river is located nearby. 

There are many scenic places that attract a large number of regional tourists in the area. This makes the local service industry to fourish in the area. Few of the inhabitants are also engaged with the agricultural sector. The local dairy and poultry industry also provides substantial employment oppurtunities. 







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