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The Androscoggin River is a river in the U.S. states of Maine and New Hampshire, in northern New England. It is 178 miles (286 km) long and joins the Kennebec River at Merrymeeting Bay in Maine before its water empties into the Gulf of Maine on the Atlantic Ocean. Its drainage basin is 3,530 square miles (9,100 km2) in area. The name Androscoggin comes from the Eastern Abenaki term- al�ss�k�nt�kw- or- als�k�nt�kw- , meaning river of cliff rock shelters (literally thus-deep-dwelling...
 
 Rapid River is a 6.0-mile-long (9.7 km) river in the northwestern portion of the US state of Maine flowing from Lower Richardson Lake to Umbagog Lake. Despite its short length, it forms the end of a major portion of the Umbagog Lake and Androscoggin River watersheds. Much of this watershed is covered by (from downstream to upstream) Lower and Upper Richardson Lakes, Mooselookmeguntic Lake, Cupsuptic Lake and Rangeley Lake. The major tributaries of this system are the Cupsuptic, Kennebago and Ran...
 
 
  
 
Forest Lodge is a historic homestead in rural northern Oxford County, Maine. Located in a hard-to-reach corner of Upton on the northern bank of the Rapid River, it consists of a complex of seven buildings, four of which are residential. The complex was owned and occupied by the family of writer Louise Dickinson Rich (1903-91) on a year-round basis between 1933 and 1944, and as Richs summer residence until 1955. The property, as well as the surrounding country and its small number of year-round r...
 
 
 
  
  
 
 

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Grafton Notch State Park is a state-operated, public recreation area in Grafton Township, Oxford County, Maine. The park occupies 3,192 acres (1,292 ha) surrounding Grafton Notch, the mountain pass between Old Speck Mountain and Baldpate Mountain. The park is abutted to the east and west by the 27,253 acres (11,029 ha) of the Mahoosuc Public Reserved Land. The parks mountain scenery includes the Screw Auger and Mother Walker waterfalls and Moose Cave. Recreational opportunities include fishing, ...
  
 
 
 
 Granite Reliable Wind Farm is a 99-megawatt wind farm, opened in 2011 in Millsfield and Dixville, New Hampshire, in the northeast United States. Owned by Brookfield Renewable, it is the second major wind-power installation in the state of New Hampshire. Most of the electricity generated will be sold to utilities in Vermont, Central Vermont Public Service and Green Mountain Power. Power from the wind turbines is connected through three 34.5 kV lines to a substation and from there through a 115 kV...
 
 
 
 

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The Balsams Grand Resort Hotel is a grand hotel and ski resort located in Dixville Notch in New Hampshire, United States. The hotel covers 15,000 acres (61 km2) and features 95 kilometers of cross-country ski trails, an alpine ski area with 16 trails, five glade areas and a terrain park. There is also a 9-hole golf course and an 18-hole championship course called Panorama which was designed by Donald Ross. The Balsams is currently closed for renovations after being purchased by new owners for $2...
 
 
  
 
 
  
 
  
 
 
 
Angel Falls is a 90-foot (27 m) waterfall on Mountain Brook in Township D � northwest of Houghton � in the White Mountains of Franklin County, Maine. The remarkably scenic Angel Falls is a set of plunging tiers totaling 90 feet (27 m) in height, and with surrounding cliffs of 115 feet (35 m) in height. Flowing out of a 25-foot-wide gap (7.6 m) in the cliff, it is thought by many to be the tallest waterfall in Maine, tied for height with Moxie Falls, though this is not the case; as Katahdin F...
 

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The Andover Hook and Ladder Company Building is a historic fire station at 39 Elm Street in Andover, Maine. It is a long and narrow two-story wood frame structure. Its front (southern) elevation has a large opening on the first floor closed by a modern garage door on the ground floor, with a small rectangular window to the right. Above this are two widely-spaced sash windows. The side elevations each have five sash windows on the second floor; the east side also a single sash window on the first...
The Andover Public Library is located on Church Street in Andover, Maine, United States. Although a private library funded by subscription was founded in the town in 1795, it was not until the establishment of the Andover Public Library Association in 1891 that movement to a publicly-funded library began. It was originally quartered in a room of the Andover Town Hall, until 1943, when its present building was purchased from a Universalist church organization. The building is one of only two octa...
The Merrill-Poor House is a historic house and estate on Maine State Route 120 northeast of the village center of Andover, Maine. With construction dating to the late 1780s, the main house exemplifies the evolution of a frontier property. It is also significant as the birthplace of financier John A. Poor (1808-1871) and financial analyst Henry Varnum Poor (1812-1905), the latter of whom was responsible for its transformation into a summer estate in the late 19th century. The property was listed ...
 
 
 
  
  
 
 
 
 The Cohos Trail is a hiking trail running 162 miles (260 km) through northern New Hampshire in the United States, connecting the northern and southern ends of Coos County. It begins at Notchland, near Crawford Notch State Park, and follows a series of trails to the hamlet of Fabyans, then over Cherry Mountain to the town of Jefferson, over Mount Waumbek, along the Kilkenny Ridge Trail to Stark, through Nash Stream Forest to Dixville Notch, and north to the Connecticut Lakes and finally the Canad...
 
 
 
 
 

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 Mt. Jasper Lithic Source is a historic site 1^1� miles northwest of the confluence of the Dead River and Androscoggin River in Berlin, New Hampshire. The site, owned by the city of Berlin, encompasses a triangular area from the summit of Mount Jasper to points on the Dead River. The site is historically and archaeologically important as a source of rhyolite, and was identified in the 19th century as a Native American source of the stone. Archaeological investigation of the area conducted in th...
  
The Stark Covered Bridge is a historic wooden covered bridge over the Upper Ammonoosuc River in Stark, New Hampshire. It carries a connecting roadway which joins the Northside Road to New Hampshire Route 110. The bridge was built in either 1857 or 1862 (sources differing), replacing a floating bridge that had been located a short way upstream. It is a two-span Paddleford truss bridge, which is a regional variant of the Long truss. It is 151 feet (46 m) long with a span of 138 feet (42 m), and is...
Jericho Mountain State Park (also referred to as Jericho Lake State Park) is located in the White Mountains in Berlin, New Hampshire, United States. The park was created in 2005 with the acquisition by the New Hampshire Division of Forests and Lands of two abutting properties: a 230-acre (0.93 km2) city park centered on Jericho Lake, and a 7,200-acre (29 km2) piece of private property to the south. The city park was established in the 1970s with the construction of Jericho Lake, a flood control ...
 

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  The Androscoggin River is a river in the U.S. states of Maine and New Hampshire, in northern New England. It is 178 miles (286 km) long and joins the Kennebec River at Merrymeeting Bay in Maine before its water empties into the Gulf of Maine on the Atlantic Ocean. Its drainage basin is 3,530 square miles (9,100 km2) in area. The name Androscoggin comes from the Eastern Abenaki term /al�ss�k�nt�kw/ or /als�k�nt�kw/, meaning river of cliff rock shelters (literally thus-deep-dwelling-river); or perhaps from Penobscot /al�sstk�t�kʷ/, meaning river of rock shelters.  

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