Androscoggin

Androscoggin

[an-druh-skog-in]
noun
a river flowing from NE New Hampshire through SW Maine into the Kennebec River. 171 miles (275 km) long.
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androscoggin

county, southwestern Maine, U.S. Its topography includes lowlands in the south and a hilly upland region in the north. The county is bisected from north to south by the Androscoggin River. Lewiston Falls on the Androscoggin separates Auburn, the county seat, on the west from Lewiston on the east. Other waterways include Androscoggin and Thompson lakes, Lake Auburn, and the Dead River. The principal forest types are white and red pine. Range Ponds State Park is located southeast of Poland.

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