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The Durham County Library is the largest library system in North Carolina, and includes Central Library, a National Historic Landmark. The Eno River (pronounced /ˈiːnoʊ/ EYE-noh) is a 64-mile (103 km) tributary of the Cape Fear River that flows through Orange County and Chatham County in central North Carolina. It rises near Hillsborough at an elevation of about 1,000 feet (300 m), flowing southeast to its mouth at Falls Lake reservoir near Cary; along its course it passes through Hillsborough and Chapel Hill. The river was named for Governor William Tryon's secretary James Wright who had been given land on its banks by Tryon himself after he became governor in 1765; Wright later sold his land to Thomas Person who built a mill on the river which gave rise to present day Hillsborough.