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Slocums River
Slocum River, Pamanset
Slocum's River Reserve P1140028.jpg
Native namePascamanset River Error {{native name checker}}: parameter value is malformed (help)
Location
CountryUnited States
StateMassachusetts
RegionBristol County
TownDartmouth
Physical characteristics
SourcePaskamanset River
MouthBuzzards Bay
 • coordinates
41°31′46″N 70°58′36″W / 41.52944°N 70.97667°W / 41.52944; -70.97667
Length5.5 mi (8.9 km)

Slocums River (sometimes seen as Slocum's River or Slocum River) is a 4.3-mile-long (6.9 km)[1] tidal river in southeastern Massachusetts in the United States. The Paskamanset River and Slocums River really form just a single river, but the freshwater portion kept its earlier Indian name, while the salt-water portion is named for its English discoverer.

The Slocums River flows through the town of Dartmouth to Buzzards Bay between Barneys Joy and Mishaum points.

Description

The river is fronted by private lands and public reserves. The Trustees of Reservations and The Dartmouth Natural Resources Trust manage the 47-acre (19 ha) Slocum's River Reserve along the west bank. Demarest Lloyd State Park includes the west bank of the mouth of the river and protects waterfowl marshland. Both properties offer walking trails and views of the river.

History

References

  1. ^ U.S. Geological Survey. National Hydrography Dataset high-resolution flowline data. The National Map, accessed April 1, 2011

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This page was last edited on 1 July 2021, at 15:50
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