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Rosanne Haggerty

Articles by Rosanne Haggerty

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. Read >>
The Erie Rising, April 2001 | Vol. 52, No. 2
All along its 360-mile route, towns to which the canal gave birth are looking to its powerful ghost for economic revival. Read >>

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