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by Peter E. Randall

eBook Portsmouth and the Piscataqua epub
  • ISBN: 0892720875
  • Author: Peter E. Randall
  • Genre: History
  • Subcategory: Americas
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Down East Books; First Edition Later Printing edition (May 1, 1982)
  • Pages: 88 pages
  • ePUB size: 1578 kb
  • FB2 size 1582 kb
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Follow Peter E. Randall and explore their bibliography from . A native of the New Hampshire seacoast, Peter E. Randall is the twelfth generation of his family to live in the region. Portsmouth and the Piscataqua May 1, 1982.

com's Peter E. Randall Author Page. He has been involved with publishing since graduating from the University of New Hampshire as a history major.

Peter E. Randall Publisher. Needs cover rough and sample pages approved by the new year, final paged book by the end of summer 2020. The specs are 9 9 hardcover, 128 pages, the main design is ten 12-page portfolio chapters. Each chapter opening spread incorporates artist name, portfolio title, and intro copy.

The Piscataqua River (/pɪsˈkætəˌkwɔː, -kwə/) is a 12-mile-long (19 km) tidal river forming the boundary of the . states of New Hampshire and Maine from its origin at the confluence of the Salmon Falls River and Cocheco River

The Piscataqua River (/pɪsˈkætəˌkwɔː, -kwə/) is a 12-mile-long (19 km) tidal river forming the boundary of the . states of New Hampshire and Maine from its origin at the confluence of the Salmon Falls River and Cocheco River. The drainage basin of the river is approximately 1,495 square miles (3,870 km2), including the subwatersheds of the Great Works River and the five rivers flowing into Great Bay: the Bellamy, Oyster, Lamprey, Squamscott, and Winnicut.

Ports of Piscataqua: Soundings in the Maritime History of the Portsmouth, . Customs District from the Days of Queen Elizabeth and the Planting of Strawberry Banke to the Times of Abraham Lincoln and the Waning of the American Clipper, William Gurdon Saltonstall, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, 1941. Postcards from Exeter, Carol Walker Aten; Arcadia Publishers, Dover, NH, 2003. The Exeter-Squamscott: River of Many Uses, Olive Tardiff; Peter E. Randall, Publisher, Exeter, NH 1986, 2004.

Interviews Interviews of Portsmouth Naval Shipyard retirees who labored on the backyard in the course of. .Cross-Grained & Wily Waters: A consultant to the Piscataqua Maritime zone. Portsmouth, NH: Peter E. Randall, 2002.

Interviews Interviews of Portsmouth Naval Shipyard retirees who labored on the backyard in the course of international struggle II:Stan Davis, grandson of Capt. H. F. D. Davis, e-mails, September 2007, three October 2007, and 25 February 2008. construct Ships! San Francisco Wartime Shipbuilding pictures.

Randall Room Exhibition Gallery. Hours: Tuesday through Saturday from 1 . The Architectural Heritage of the Piscataqua . June The Art of Charles V. Goodhue: Scenes of Portsmouth in the 1950s Peter E. Looking Ahead: Upcoming Exhibit. The Architectural Heritage of the Piscataqua: John Mead Howells photographs Jeffrey Hopper. One Woman’s Work: The Visual Art of Celia Thaxter Sharon Stephan.

Formed by the confluence of the Salmon Falls and Cocheco rivers, the Piscataqua River originates at the boundary of Dover, New Hampshire, and Eliot, Maine, and flows southeasterly for 13 miles to Portsmouth Harbor, comprising a partial border between the two states. The last 8.8 miles of the Piscataqua River constitute Portsmouth Harbor, which stretches across New Castle, Portsmouth, and Newington, and the Maine communities of Kittery and Eliot. Located about 50 miles northeast of Boston, Portsmouth Harbor is the sole deep draft harbor in New Hampshire. It handles about 3.5 million tons of shipping a year for New Hampshire, eastern Vermont, and southern Maine. Items include petroleum products, rubber and plastics, iron and steel scrap, salt, limestone, gypsum, and fish products. The harbor is used by submarines from the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Kittery and for fuel deliveries to Pease International Tradeport in Newington. Portsmouth Harbor is also used extensively by a large lobstering fleet, charter fishing vessels, commercial fishermen, excursion boats to the Isles of Shoals situated nine miles offshore, and local and transient boats based at or visiting the nearly 20 boating facilities in the area.
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