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Blackberry River

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Blackberry River
(Alternately, Blackburn River,
Blackbury River, and other names)
NorthCanaanCT BeckleyIronFurnace2.jpg
Blackberry River dam at Beckley Iron Furnace
Blackberry River is located in Connecticut
Beginning and end of Blackberry River in Connecticut
CountryUnited States
TownsNorfolk, North Canaan
Physical characteristics
SourceConfluence of Wood Creek and Spaulding Brook
 • locationNorfolk
 • coordinates(41°59′38″N 73°12′10″W / 41.994017°N 73.202850°W / 41.994017; -73.202850)
 • elevation1,130 ft (340 m)
MouthHousatonic River
 • location
North Canaan
 • coordinates
(42°01′58″N 73°20′50″W / 42.032907°N 73.347326°W / 42.032907; -73.347326)
 • elevation
643 ft (196 m) [1]
Length9.64 mi (15.51 km)[2]
Basin size17,341.03 acres (7,017.67 ha) [3]
 • maximum55 feet (17 m)[2]
 • maximum8 feet (2.4 m)[2]
Basin features
River systemHousatonic
 • leftWhiting River
 • rightDunning Brook, Roaring Brook

The Blackberry River is a westward-flowing river located entirely in the far northwest corner of the U.S. state of Connecticut. The river runs for nine miles (14 km) through the towns of Norfolk and North Canaan, where it empties into the Housatonic River. The river provided waterpower for industrial purposes from the early 1700s through the first part of the 20th century.[4]


The river's watershed covers approximately 17,341 acres (7,018 ha) in the Connecticut towns of Canaan, North Canaan and Norfolk, as well as a portion of New Marlborough, Massachusetts.[5]

Historic sights

The river passes the historic Moseley House-Farm, a colonial mansion dating from 1763 in Norfolk, and the Beckley Furnace Industrial Monument in North Canaan.


  1. ^ a b "Blackberry River". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey.
  2. ^ a b c Maccracken, Jim (2018). "Litchfield County Connecticut Stream and River Fishing & Floating Guide". Retrieved October 23, 2019.
  3. ^ "Connecticut Watersheds" (PDF). Retrieved October 23, 2019.
  4. ^ "The Dam at Beckley Furnace" (PDF). New England Chapters Newsletter. Society for Industrial Archeology. 2012. Retrieved June 21, 2019.
  5. ^ "Blackberry River Watershed Summary" (PDF). State of Connecticut. September 2012. Retrieved June 21, 2019.
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