Allagash River

Local nameAllagash River
LocationMaine, USA

The Allagash River is a tributary of the Saint John River, approximately 65 miles long, in northern Maine in the United States. It drains in a remote and scenic area of wilderness in the Maine North Woods north of Mount Katahdin. The name "Allagash" comes from the Abenaki language, a dialect of the Algonquin languages, spoken by the Penobscot Tribe The word, /walakéskʸihtəkʸ/, means "bark stream".The Allagash issues from Churchill Lake at Churchill Depot in northern Piscataquis County.

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Coordinates 46°56'56.516" N -69°8'9.219" E

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