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AMC river guide by Appalachian Mountain Club
AMC River Guide : Vol. 2: Central Southern New England (AMC River Guide Ser.)
AMC River Guide: Maine by Appalachian Mountain Club Books
AMC River Guide: Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island by Appalachian Mountain Club Books
AMC River Guide: New Hampshire, Vermont by Appalachian Mountain Club Books

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  1. Appalachian Mountain Club Quiet Water Canoe Guide, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island : Best Paddling Lakes and Ponds for All Ages by Alex Wilson (1993)
  2. Quiet Water New Hampshire & Vermont:Canoe & Kayak Guide by John Hayes (2001)
  3. Soggy Sneakers: A Paddler's Guide to Oregon Rivers by Pete Giordano (2004)
  4. Canoeing Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut by Ken Weber (1980)
  5. Paddle Routes of Western Washington: 50 Flatwater Trips for Canoe and Kayak by Verne Huser (1990)
  6. White Mountain Guide: Hiking Trails in the White Mountain National Forest by Appalachian Mountain Club Books (1936)
  7. Where the Mountain Stands Alone: Stories of Place in the Monadnock Region by Howard Mansfield (2006)
  8. Massachusetts & Rhode Island Trail Guide, 7th by Appalachian Mountain Club Books (1995)
  9. Guide to Sea Kayaking in Maine : The Best Day Trips and Tours from Casco Bay to Machias by Shelley Johnson (2001)
  10. Canoe and Kayak Routes of Northwest Oregon: Including Southwest Washington by Philip N. Jones (1997)
  11. Waterfalls of the White Mountains: 30 Hikes to 100 Waterfalls by Bruce Bolnick (1990)
  12. White Water Handbook by John T. Urban (1976)
  13. A Canoeing and Kayaking Guide to the Streams of Florida, Vol. II: Central and South Peninsula by Lou Glaros (1985)
  14. Quiet Water Canoe Guide, Maine : Best Paddling Lakes and Ponds for All Ages by Alex Wilson (2005)
  15. Best Hikes with Children in Vermont, New Hampshire, & Maine by Cynthia C. Lewis (1991)

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