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Blackwater River, New Hampshire

Blackwater river, N.H., so called from its dark appearance, is formed by two small streams, one of which rises in Danbury, and the other issues from Pleasant pond in New London. These branches unite soon after crossing the W. line of Andover, and form the Blackwater, which passes through the S.W. part of that town; from thence through the W. part of the towns of Salisbury and Boscawen into Hopkinton, where it empties into Contoocook river.


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