Piscataqua


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Piscataqua

(pĭskăt`əkwə, –kwā), navigable river, 12 mi (19 km) long, formed by the junction of the Cocheco and the Salmon Falls rivers, SE N.H., and flowing SE to Portsmouth harbor, forming part of the N.H.-Maine border. The tidal harbor from Portsmouth to the Atlantic Ocean is one of the finest in the United States and is the site of Portsmouth Naval Shipyard (est. 1800).
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There were likewise settlers near Piscataqua River, in the region which is now called New Hampshire.
Photographer Cheryle St Onge has been named the 2015 recipient of the Piscataqua Region Artist Advancement Grant.
Pyott currently serves as the Treasurer for the New Hampshire Women's Foundation and is Vice Chair for the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation Piscataqua Region Advisory Board.
Seth said Kat helped him dump her body in the Piscataqua River which leads to the Atlantic Ocean, but despite extensive searches, police still couldn't find her.
Department of Transportation s Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) today participated in the ceremonial launch of the new Sarah Mildred Long Bridge spanning the Piscataqua River between Maine and New Hampshire.
Marriott's body was thrown into the Piscataqua River and has not been recovered.
One of three crossings over the Piscataqua River between the two cities, the new Memorial Bridge replaces an old structure that was permanently closed to traffic for safety reasons in July 2011.
He also describes early American shipbuilding and builders in the Piscataqua region of Maine and New Hampshire and the types of raw materials harvested and used in the making of wooden sailing ships of the period.
com)-- Piscataqua Savings Bank and Sevigney Lyons Insurance Agency lead the pack as inaugural sponsors.
These zones include a four hundred yard radius zone for LNG tankers at the pier in Boston Harbor; a five hundred yard radius zone around berthed LNG carriers in Chesapeake Bay, Maryland; a seventy yard radius around LNG carriers transferring cargo in Savannah River, Georgia; a fifty foot zone surrounding LNG carriers in Lake Charles, Louisiana; a zone of more than one thousand yards around a floating LNG storage and regasification unit ("FSRU") in Long Island Sound; and a zone extending to a radius of five hundred yards around liquefied propane gas carriers moored at the receiving terminal in Piscataqua River, New Hampshire.
Inhabitants upon the River of Piscataqua have voluntar[il]y agreed
The ferrying of these large subassemblies was accomplished using a 250-foot-long Sterling barge to transport the equipment up the Piscataqua River from the pier to Schiller Station.