Rosanne Haggerty

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April 2001

All along its 360-mile route, towns to which the canal gave birth are looking to its powerful ghost for economic revival.

April/May 2003

Its waters drove our first Industrial Revolution—and were poisoned by it. Thoreau believed the Merrimack might not run pure again for thousands of years, but today it is a welcoming pathway through a hundred-mile-long red-brick museum of America’s rise to power.

April/May 2003