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Moose Rivers, New England

Moose river, in Maine, is a large tributary to Moosehead lake. It rises in the western part of Somerset county, and after receiving the waters of several large ponds in that quarter, it passes through Brassua lake, 4 or 5 miles W. of the Moosehead.

Moose river, in New Hampshire, has its source on the N. side of the White Mountains, and unites with the Androscoggin in Shelburne.—Its source is very near that of Israel's river, which passes W. into the Connecticut.

Moose river, in Vermont, is a branch of the Passumpsic; it rises in Granby and East Haven and falls into that river at St. Johnsbury. This, in many places, is a rapid stream, about 25 miles in length.


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