Manchester is the most crowded city in the U.S. territory of New Hampshire and the biggest city in northern New England, a zone including the conditions of Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont. It is one of two seats of Hillsborough County alongside Nashua, the province of New Hampshire's most crowded area. As of the 2010 enumeration, the city had a populace of 109,565, and its assessed 2016 populace was 110,506.
It was first named by the vendor and designer Samuel Blodgett after whom Samuel Blodget Park and Blodget Street in Manchester's North End are named.Manchester is situated close to the northern end of the Northeast megalopolis, along with the banks of the Merrimack River—which isolates the city into eastern and western segments. Blodget's vision was to make an awesome modern focus like that of the first Manchester in England, which was the world's initially industrialized city.