Pequawkett River, NH: population, rivers, lakes, mountains, resorts, hotels, motels, inns, and landmarks.

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Pequawkett River, New Hampshire

Pequawkett, written by Belknap Pigwacket, and by Sullivan Pickwocket, but the true orthography is found to be Pe-quaw-kett; an Indian name applied to a considerable tract of country, now including Conway, N.H., Fryeburgh, Me., and some of the adjacent towns.—It is also the name of a river flowing into the Saco from two ponds in Eaton; and of a mountain between Bartlett and Chatham, formerly called Kearsarge.

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