Flowing from the Canadian border to Long Island Sound, nourishing both industry and agriculture, and carrying on its back sailing sloops, steamships, and pleasure craft, the Connecticut River has been for three hundred years.
The hand-dug waterway is mostly forgotten now, but it opened up areas of New England as well as imaginations.
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