Saint John River


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Noun1.Saint John River - a river that rises in Maine and flows northeastward through New Brunswick to empty into the Bay of FundySaint John River - a river that rises in Maine and flows northeastward through New Brunswick to empty into the Bay of Fundy
New Brunswick - a province in southeastern Canada
Maine, ME, Pine Tree State - a state in New England
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On a rainy 01 July 2017 in New Brunswick, members of the New Brunswick Branch celebrated Canada 150 at the Kings Landing Historical Settlement in Prince William, a community of Loyalist heritage on the banks of the Saint John River.
Its vestigial remains are located at the confluence of the Saint John River and Marley Creek.
Several events have contributed to the formation of the estuarine landscape of the lower Saint John River Valley and Grand Lake Meadows (Fig.
Here, the Saint John River pours down through a rocky gorge at low tide and swirls back upstream over the same rocks with the rising tide.
It was flood plain, adjacent to the Saint John River.
The report concluded, "[T]he entire stretch of boundary waters including Rainy River, Saint Mary's River, Saint Clair River, Detroit River, Niagara River, Saint Lawrence River from Lake Ontario to Cornwall and the Saint John River from Grand Falls to Edmonton, New Brunswick is polluted to an extent which renders the water in its unpurified state unfit for drinking purposes.
Held in beautiful Fredericton, New Brunswick, nurses "Sailed the River of Knowledge" at the Delta Fredericton on the Saint John River.
The Saint John River Valley is a wonderful place to think on the road to redemption.
Roughly three thousand refugees had arrived at Parr (or Parr Town) at the mouth of the Saint John River in May 1783, followed by a further two thousand in the summer, and more than three thousand disbanded troops and their families in the fall.
I remember the last time we talked, at his home in idyllic Florenceville, situated in the Saint John River valley of northwestern New Brunswick.

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