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Mill Brook (Swift River tributary)

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Mill Brook
CountryUnited States
StateNew Hampshire
TownsSandwich, Tamworth
Physical characteristics
 • locationWhite Mountain National Forest
 • coordinates43°54′15″N 71°23′28″W / 43.90417°N 71.39111°W / 43.90417; -71.39111
 • elevation1,560 ft (480 m)
MouthSwift River
 • location
 • coordinates
43°50′4″N 71°14′53″W / 43.83444°N 71.24806°W / 43.83444; -71.24806
 • elevation
438 ft (134 m)
Length10.7 mi (17.2 km)
Basin features
 • rightHoag Brook

Mill Brook is a 10.7-mile-long (17.2 km)[1] stream in the White Mountains of New Hampshire in the United States.[2] It is a tributary of the southern Swift River, part of the Bearcamp River / Ossipee Lake / Saco River watershed leading to the Atlantic Ocean.

Mill Brook rises on the southern slopes of Mount Whiteface in the town of Sandwich and flows southeast into Tamworth. The brook reaches the Swift River just east of the village of Whittier.

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