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Upper Saint John

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Coverage:
Saint John River and its tributaries to just downstream from Fredericton.
Explicit inclusions:
Saint John River, Eel River, Nashwaak River,
Explicit exclusion:
Oromocto River.

Eel River.
Source: Ken Corbett library.
Ed note: Tributary of the Saint John River, entering it at Meductic.
Author: Ken Corbett.
Route description: Benton to Meductic.
http://www.nanookofthenashwaak.com/eelriver.shtml

Eel River.
Source: Ken Corbett library.
Ed note: Tributary of the Saint John River, entering it at Meductic.
Author: Pete.
Route description: Route not specified.
Title at source: A swim on the Eel River.
http://www.nanookofthenashwaak.com/eelfalls.shtml

Green River.
Source: Ken Corbett library.
Ed note: Tributary of the Saint John River.
Author: Ken Corbett.
Route description: From Winding Eddy Brook (NE of Emundston), through Deuxième-Sault to unspecified point above Troisième-Sault.
http://www.nanookofthenashwaak.com/green.shtml

Maliseet Trail.
The site
http://www.maliseettrail.com/#top
provides a wealth of information on the First Nations trail between the Saint John and Penobscot watersheds, specifically from Benton NB to Old Town ME.
Ed note: The map at
http://www.maliseettrail.com/Maps&Descr ... REPNER.htm
shows the trail as crossing the ME-NB border at North Lake. Following reaches: the Metagmouchschesh Portage to First Eel Lake; a stretch along the Eel River; a lengthy portage (starting roughly near Benton) to the Saint John River at Fort Meductic (not to be confused with the present-day village of Meductic, which is at the confluence of the Eel River with the Saint John River). The Benton-Meductic portage, as shown on that map, would however seem to cross the Benton Ridge.
On the Maine side, the trail goes up the Mattawamkeag River from the Penobscot, up Baskahegan Stream, by a portage to East Grand Lake and up a stream to North Lake and the border.

Nashwaak River. Information.
Ed note: The Nashwaak is a tributary of the Saint John River, entering it just below Fredericton.
Wikpedia stub.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nashwaak_River

Nashwaak River.
Source: Ken Corbett library.
Author: Ken Corbett.
Route description: Nashwaak Lake to Stanley.
http://www.nanookofthenashwaak.com/nashwaak.shtml

Nashwaak River.
Source: Ken Corbett library.
Author: Ken Corbett.
Route description: Nashwaak Lake to Valley Forest Products bridge.
http://www.nanookofthenashwaak.com/nashwaak2.shtml

Nashwaak River.
Source: Ken Corbett library.
Author: Ken Corbett.
Route description: Stanley to Fredericton.
http://www.nanookofthenashwaak.com/nashwaak3.shtml

Nashwaak River.
Source: Ken Corbett library.
Author: Ken Corbett.
Route description: Gorby Gulch to Stanley.
http://www.nanookofthenashwaak.com/nash2005.shtml

Nashwaak River.
Source: Ken Corbett library.
Author: Chris Everett.
Contents: Background information on river near Gorby Gulch.
http://www.nanookofthenashwaak.com/gorbygulchtale.shtml

Nashwaak River.
Source: Ken Corbett library.
Author: Mitchell Nash.
Route description: Gorby Gulch to Mill Road bridge.
Title at source: Another tale of carnage on the Nashwaak.
http://www.nanookofthenashwaak.com/mitchellnash.shtml

Nashwaak River, Upper.
Source: Ken Corbett library.
Author: Léonel Richard.
Route description: Route not specified.
Title at source: Chaos on the Nashwaak.
http://www.nanookofthenashwaak.com/crusher.shtml

Saint Francis River.
Source: Ken Corbett library.
Author: Ken Corbett.
Route rescription: Lac Saint-François (QC), Rivière St- François, Lac Pohénégamook, Rivière-Bleue, Le Beau Lac, Saint Francis River, Saint John River, Clair.
http://www.nanookofthenashwaak.com/stfrancis.shtml
http://www.nanookofthenashwaak.com/sjrock.htm

Saint John River. Woodstock to Fredericton.
Source: Ken Corbett library.
Author: Ken Corbett.
Route description: ALLAN
Ed note: Contains a link to a note on the damming of the Saint John.
http://www.nanookofthenashwaak.com/saintjohn.shtml

Serpentine River.
Source: Ken Corbett library.
Ed note: Tributary of the Tobique River.
Author: Alida Visbach.
Route description: Off road from Plaster Rock. Right Hand Branch of Tobique River, Tobique River, Riley Brook.
http://www.nanookofthenashwaak.com/serpentine.shtml

Shogomoc Stream.
Source: Ken Corbett library.
Ed note: York region; tributary of the Saint John River.
Author: Ken Corbett.
Route description: Shogomoc Lake upstream to Kilburn Lake and return.
http://www.nanookofthenashwaak.com/shogomoc.shtml

Shogomoc Stream.
Source: Ken Corbett library.
Author: Paul Hill.
Route description: Route not specified. http://www.nanookofthenashwaak.com/csnb ... paul.shtml

South Tay River.
Source: Ken Corbett library.
Ed note: Tributary of the Nashwaak River.
Author: Ken Corbett.
Route description: Off Royal Road, confluence with North Tay River, Tay Falls, Taymouth (Nashwaak R).
http://www.nanookofthenashwaak.com/southtay.shtml

Tobique River. Information.
Ed note. The Tobique flows into the Saint John River near Perth-Andover; one of its tributaries is the Little Tobique.
Wikipedia.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tobique_River
Mount Carleton Provincial Park.
http://www.nbparks.ca/MountCarleton/Par ... ation.aspx

Tobique River, Little.
LINK to MCPP
Source: Ken Corbett library.
Author: Ken Corbett.
Route description: Goose Pond (below Nictau Lake), junction with Sisson and Right Hand branches, Tobique River to Riley Brook.
http://www.nanookofthenashwaak.com/tobique.shtml

Tobique River, Little.
LINK to MCPP
Source: Ken Corbett library.
Author: Carm.
Route description: Mount Carleton PP to “The Forks”.
Title at source: White Magic on the Tobique.
http://www.nanookofthenashwaak.com/carmel.shtml