Conway Historical Society meetings
Second Tuesday of the month (see below)
The snow date for each program is the following Tuesday,
same time and place!
The Salyards Center For The Arts
110 Main Street, Conway, NH
Unique “Triple” Header
10 - Conway Land Proprietors
** February 14 - Conway Common Lands and Boundaries
March 14 - White Mountain Maps and Map Making
to the forecasted weather,
we will postpone our map program one week
Tuesday, March 21, 2017
will present a pair of programs in January and February that explore
the interesting history of area land grants and charters, divisions
by the proprietary, and settlement of the town of Conway, all
leading up to our fairly unique array of common and undivided
Conflicting grants by Massachusetts Bay Colony (Maine), claims
by the Masonian proprietors, and the nature and disposition of
the residual common lands will be examined along the way.
is a descendant of original proprietor Ebenezer Burbank, recently
retired as Principal at H.E. Bergeron Engineers in North Conway.
Doug has deep family connections in Western Maine and the Mount
Washington Valley, and he has been active in the community since
childhood. He has been on numerous non-profit boards in the area,
most notably serving as President of Tin Mountain’s Board
when the organization relocated to a new campus and built an outdoor
education facility and office space. He has been on the Upper
Saco Valley Land Trust Board since 2010.
to top it off, in March, the curators will present a program on
White Mountain maps andsurveying tools and techniques.
Conway Historical Society monthly program
every 2nd Tuesday
Conway Historical Society
PO Box 1949, Conway , NH 03818
bring a friend,
but most important, bring yourself!