Water-Supply Paper Volume 415-417

Water-Supply Paper Volume 415-417

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1916 edition. Excerpt: ...of Yarmouth Port; connects with Chase Garden Creek. Yarmouth sheet. Jonathan Pond.--Plymouth County; town of Wareham; a small pond without natural surface outlet, used by Onset as a source of municipal water supply. Plymouth sheet. Jones River Brook.--Plymouth County; rises in the town of Plympton; flows northwestward 2 miles, northward 1J miles, then northeastward 1 mile into Jones River (tributary through Kingston Bay to Massachusetts Bay). Middleboro sheet. Jones River.--Essex County; a tidewater channel about 1J miles long, one arm of which connects with Little River and another arm with Squam River. Jones River also joins Squam River at its mouth. Pierce lsland is formed by the two junctions of Squam and Jones Rivers. Gloucester sheet. Jones River.--Plymouth County; town of Kingston; the natural outlet of Silver Lake. See Silver Lake. The general course of the river is eastward and it discharges into Kingston Bay; the head of the river above Silver Lake is called Tubbs Meadow Brook; principal tributary, Jones River Brook. Abington, Middleboro, and Plymouth sheets. Jordan Pond.--Worcester County; town of Shrewsbury; a small pond one-fourth mile east of Lake Quiusigamond (tributary through Quinsigamond River to Blackstone River and thus through Seekonk and Providence rivers to Narraganset Bay) into which it discharges by a westward flowing stream. Marlboro sheet. Jtjniper Pond.--Berkshire County; town of New Marlboro; one inlet; outlet, a stream 1J miles long flowing southward into Konkapot River (tributary to the Housatonic) at Mill River village; very small. Sheffield sheet. Justice Brook.--Worcester County; rises about 3 miles southwest of Leominster, at altitude 810 feet above sea level; flows in general southerly to its junction...
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  • Paperback | 194 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 10mm | 354g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236878914
  • 9781236878915