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Cross-Grained and Wily Waters A Guide to the Piscataqua Maritime Region

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ISBN-10: 0914339656

ISBN-13: 9780914339656

Edition: 2002

Authors: W. Jeffrey Bolster

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The historic sites and nearly pristine estuary of the Piscataqua region represent a mixture of heritage and nature unparalleled in New England. They are worth preserving. For centuries the Piscataqua region was an extended maritime community connected by the Great Bay Estuary, the short seacoast of New Hampshire and southern Maine, and the seven tributary rivers that fortify the Piscataqua River itself. Moving water shaped the region--under its vessels, at its mills, and across its marshes. Carrying the freight of our history, and holding out the promise of community-based conservation, this book (and these waters) invite you on a journey of exploration and renewal. Join the naturalists,…    
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Book details

List price: $29.95
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Peter E. Randall Publisher
Publication date: 6/1/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 300
Size: 11.25" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 2.398
Language: English

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A sampler of piscataqua writers
Thomas Bailey Aldrich (1869)
Sarah Orne Jewett (1881)
Esther Buffler (1988)
Joe Coomer (1995)
Theodore Weesner (2000)
The Isles of Shoals
The Isles of shoals
Local Small Craft: The Hampton Boat, Isles of Shoals Boat & the Piscataqua Wherry
Seabrook and Seabrook Station
The clamshell alliance
Hampton & North Hampton
Hampton: Town and Beach
Odiorne Point: Four Centuries of Land Use
Fort Dearborn
Lifesaving in the Piscataqua Region
New Castle
Great Island
Fort Constitution (Fort William & Mary)
A Short Row from Portsmouth to Revolution
Fort Stark
Lighthouses of the Piscataqua
Charting the Piscataqua
The Wentworth-Coolidge Mansion
The Urban Forestry Center
Strawbery Banke
Puddle Dock
From Piers to A Park
Contemporary ship operations in Portsmouth
The Moffatt-Ladd House and Garden
The MacPheadris-Warner House
Portsmouth Naval Shipyard
Guidebooks to the Piscataqua Region
Fishing and Lobstering
The Portsmouth AthenEum
John Paul Jones and the Ranger
Atlantic Heights: A World War I Shipbuilders' Suburb
Bridges of the Piscataqua Bridges
The five faces of Newington
Greenland and the Winnicut River
Ice Fishing
The Great Bay Coast Watch
Stuart Farm
Developmental Pressures in the Piscataqua Region
Sandy Point Discovery Center and The Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve
Exeter is a Seaport
American Independence Museum
Eels and Eeling
Exeter's Alewives
Newmarket, NH: Defining Community
Sneak Floats and Market Gunning
Oystering on the Bay
The Lamprey River
Siltation and Dredging: A Historical and Ecological Look
Oyster River
Adams Point and the Jackson Estuarine Laboratory
Race and Place in the Piscataqua Region
The Ffrost House: Contemporary Commercial Use of a Historic Building
Defeating the Onassis Refinery
Wagon Hill Farm
The Mills in Dover
Bud McIntosh: Piscataqua Boatbuilder
Fresh Creek and Sligo Landing
South Berwick
First People: Native Americans in the Piscataqua Region
The Great Works River and Humphrey Chadbourne
Hamilton House
Masting on the Piscataqua, 1641-1815
Long Reach and The Narrows
York River, The John Hancock Warehouse, and Marshall Store
Sewall's Bridge and Elizabeth Perkins House
York's history of land conservation
Sayward-Wheeler House
Rock Rest: African Americans Vacationing by the Sea
Fort McClary (Pepperellis Fort)
Fort Foster
Pepperrell Cove
Hendersonis Point
Sea Point Beach and the Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge
Epilogue: Sustaining a Sense of Place
Fold-out Map of the Piscataqua Region