Nulhegan River, Vermont
This river rises by several branches in the highlands, at the north part of Essex county. These branches unite and fall into the Connecticut at Brunswick. This river is in some parts rapid; in others, deep and sluggish. It waters about 120 square miles, and is fifty feet wide at its mouth. The head waters of this and of the river Clyde, pass N. into Memphremagog lake, and are near each other. This was formerly an Indian route between Connecticut river and Canada.