Merrimack, the Resilient River : An Illustrated Profile of the Most Historic River in New England / Dyke Hendrickson.
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|George H. and Ella M. Rodgers Memorial Library||974.4 HENDRIC||34510011185129||New Books||Checked out||10/04/2021|
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Now is the Time to Improve the River -- Merrimack River: the Threat -- The River Unites a Team of Kayakers -- Newburyport: The Junction of the Merrimack and the Atlantic -- Salisbury: A Seaside Town Known for Summer Fun -- Amesbury: A Community with a Vibrant History -- The River was Key to Development in Merrimack Valley -- Haverhill Is Using River as Centerpiece for Improvement -- Lawrence: A Riverside City Determined to Improve -- Ellen Swallow Richards Was a Pioneer in Improving Drinking Water -- Lowell: A Vibrant History, a Remarkable Comeback -- Manchester: A Thriving City in New Hampshire -- Manchester's Agreement to Produce Cleaner Water -- Franklin, N.H.: Two Rivers Run Through it to Form the Merrimack -- Travel Essay: An Adventurer Takes a Trip on the Merrimack -- Historyof a Cleaner Merrimack River: Creation of EPA Led to Improvement -- Specifics of the Clean Water Act -- Muskie's Clean Water Act Saved Merrimack and Other Rivers -- Sen. George Mitchell Developed the Clean Water Amendments of 1987 -- Timeline of a Greener America -- Modern Voices on the River -- Lane Glenn, President of Northern Essex Community College, Led the Voyagers -- Pollution: The National Resources Defense Council Explains the Problem and Offers A Call to Action.
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