NORTH RIVER, Massachusetts published in 1872
A Reproduction of a colored chart of the North River, Scituate/Marshfield, Massachusetts published in 1872. Prior to the Portland Gale of 1898, the North River flowed south between Scituate's Humarock section and Marshfield, Massachusetts, joining the South River and entering the ocean several miles to the south of the current opening. The storm breached a thin strip of beach, which connected Scituate's Third and Fourth Cliffs, leaving Humarock an island. Eventually the old inlet has silted in, forcing the South River to flow north between Marshfield and Humarock, where it now joins the North River to enter the ocean between Third and Fourth Cliffs
Framed maps include drymounting, UV filtering glass, and your choice of five mouldings, wired and ready to hang upon delivery.
This map has been scanned From The Original at 600 dpi using state of the art equipment. The replica map is printed on heavy matte fine art paper using archival pigment inks. This is one of over 5000 Original maps, charts and posters in our collection.
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