2 edition of creation of Quabbin Reservoir found in the catalog.
creation of Quabbin Reservoir
J. R. Greene
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by J.R. Greene.|
|LC Classifications||TD224.M4 G74 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 109 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||109|
|LC Control Number||82107268|
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Jane Yolen's book, Letting Swift River Go, tells the story of the creation of the Quabbin Reservoir through the eyes of a young girl named Sally Jane. The protagonist narrates the story, which begins when she is a mere six years old. She describes her surroundings – the buildings in her. The Paperback of the Creation of Quabbin Reservoir: The Death of the Swift River Valley by J. R. Greene at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events HelpPages:
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Add tags for "The creation of Quabbin Reservoir: the death of the Swift River Valley". Be the first. LOST TOWNS OF THE QUABBIN RESERVOIR. The Quabbin area was settled in the early s, and grew to a population of about 2, by It was well on its way to prosperity, despite hard hits from the Great Depression.
But there had been talk of the area’s demise for years — since at least The Creation of Quabbin Reservoir: The Death of the Swift River Valley [J.
Greene] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Creation of Quabbin Reservoir: The Death of. Quabbin Reservoir is one of the largest unfiltered water supplies in the United States.
Along with the Wachusett Reservoir and Ware River, it is the source of high quality water for the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority water supply system.
The billion gallon reservoir covers 39 square miles with miles of shoreline. Recreational activities are regulated and limited to protect 3 Location: Winsor Dam Rd., Belchertown, MA The book is appropriate for upper elementary grades and middle school aged students.
The Creation of Quabbin Reservoir: The Death of the Swift River Valley – J. Greene () The best comprehensive overview of the development of the Boston water system and the subsequent construction of 5/5(5). The Day Four Quabbin Towns Died, by J.R. Greene (Privately printed, ) Stirring account of the day in when the Lost Towns inundated by the creation of the Quabbin Reservoir legally went out of.
Quabbin Reservoir. 1, likes 2 talking about this were here. Quabbin Reservoir - "The meeting of many waters. When it was "built" in the 's, it was the largest man-made drinking water /5(9).
Someday book. Read 18 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. When it was decided that the Quabbin reservoir would be created by eliminating 4 towns, it was a classic city vs. country issue. A chidren's novel about the people who lost their homes and towns due to the creation of the Quabbin Reservoir.
flag Like see /5. The creation of the Quabbin Reservoir in Western Massachusetts, has been documented by many people and a number of agencies during and since its completion.
Periodically, new sources of information come to light concerning the impact of the Reservoir on its former residents and its present users. But there hasFile Size: 1MB. From Valley To Quabbin: – – J. Greene () $ This book is a companion to J.
R.’s The Creation of Quabbin Reservoir and picks up the story of the reservoir’s construction where the earlier book ends. It traces the final transition of the Swift River.
The Quabbin Reservoir: Pro and Con The Quabbin Reservoir is one of the largest man-made bodies of water in the world, located Western Massachusetts. Its creation can be traced back toalthough only until does the Swift River Act legally establish it.
Inafter cleanups ofFile Size: KB. During the s, four Swift River Valley towns were abandoned and flooded during the creation of Quabbin Reservoir, Boston's water supply. Today, the reservation and other watershed lands are part of an extensive wilderness corridor that stands 4/5.
One of the Quabbin Reservoir hiking trails leads to Dana, MA. Dana is a former city in central Massachusetts that was disincorporated in to make way for the Quabbin Reservoir. Parts of the city still remain even after the area was flooded to create the reservoir.
The trail begins at Gate 40 and is open to the public. In my book, “North of Quabbin Revisited,” I wrote: “J.R. Greene’s “The Creation of Quabbin Reservoir” does a compelling and sensitive job of telling about the quest for water, the process of emptying the ‘lost’ towns, the engineering, the politics, and a little chicanery.”.
Quabbin Reservoir: America Through Time book new release Janu • Leave a Comment 75 years ago, the landscape of the Swift River Valley in central Massachusetts was in the midst of a remarkable transformation as four towns were discontinued, abandoned, and largely flooded during the creation of Quabbin Reservoir, the water supply.
The trail to the left takes a slightly longer route to the shore and then continues north along it, eventually connecting with a road from Gates 26 and The view from both the north and the south trails afford breathtaking view of some of the islands of the Quabbin—islands that.
The Quabbin Valley is a region of Massachusetts in the United States. The region consists of areas drained by the Quabbin Reservoir and accompanying river systems [which?] in Franklin, Hampden, Hampshire, and Worcester counties.
The area is sometimes known as the Swift River Valley region, a reference to the Swift River, which was dammed to form the reservoir.
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And here we return to Cronon's critique that ot A nCp ulctos the idea of wilderness is a cultural construction an idealization of Nature that.The centerpiece of this watershed is acre Quabbin Reservoir.
Surrounding the reservoir is a prime example of central New England forest. This IBA also includes the "Hardwick area", bordered on the west by the Quabbin Reservoir Watershed.