Newfound River

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  • Near its mouth the river collects the Newfound River.
  • A road was cut along the Pemigewasset River, which crossed the Newfound River near where South Main Street does today.
  • Its outlet is the Newfound River, flowing through Bristol village into the Pemigewasset River.
  • The district includes all of the buildings that are arrayed around the square, as well as one contemporary commercial building located just south of the Newfound River on South Main Street.
  • After years of declining trout numbers, a screen was built at the outlet of the lake to prevent the fish from swimming down the Newfound River.
  • Those first colonists, writing enthusiastically of the newfound river, declared "As for Sturgeon, all the World cannot be compared to it." Cited from Virginia: The Old Dominion, by Frank W. Hutchins and Cortelle Hutchins
  • The Newfound River rises in southeastern Louisa County and flows generally eastward through western Hanover County.
  • The square is a four-sided space near the junction of six roadways in the center of Bristol, just north of the Newfound River and west of the Pemigewasset River.
  • On February 12, 1788, the territory was divided up, and the territory north and east of Newfound Lake and the Newfound River was incorporated as Bridgewater.
  • In 1889, the state built a fish hatching house located on the Newfound River because of the "ease with which the trout could be dipped from the spawning beds and stripped of the spawn."