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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.
"We call it a 'living' bridge because it can talk to us and provide valuable information about its health--the stress it deals with, the ease at which it moves, what's happening around it and even under it in the Piscataqua River," said Erin Bell, associate professor of civil engineering and principal investigator of the Living Bridge Project.
A conveyor that staff members call "the Cable Highway" moves the cable directly into Durable, docked in the Piscataqua River.
Our economy depends on the maritime infrastructure along the Piscataqua River, said Congresswoman Shea-Porter.
Bay-Delta Program, and the Piscataqua Region Estuaries Partnership.
Suit to establish boundary underlying Piscataqua River.
Richard Wallis - President and CEO, Piscataqua Savings Bank, Portsmouth, NH
Replacing a 75-year-old bridge, which carries an estimated 14,000 drivers each day over the Piscataqua River, the new span also will provide rail access to the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, carry commercial traffic along the U.S.
Haplosporidiwn nelsoni (MSX) epizootic in the Piscataqua River Estuary (Maine/New Hampshire, U.S.A.).
Piscataqua Obedience Club upcoming classes brochure, June 2012: This class will continue building a strong foundation in Scent Work.
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.
The scope of the project is the PNSY, which was established in 1800 and is located close to Kittery, ME, on Seavey's Island in the Piscataqua River, close to its outlet to the Atlantic Ocean (Figure 1).