The Merrimack River (Paperback)
Ball's lyrical tribute to the Merrimack River was first published in 1907, and remains a beloved classic of regional literature. Drawing on his own experiences of fishing and exploring the river, Ball vividly evokes the natural beauty and rich history of this New England waterway.
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