If you find yourself in downtown Berlin, New Hampshire, take a glance at the Androscoggin River. There, in the middle of the water, you’ll notice a long, straight line of small rocky islands poking through the surface. It’s almost like the Androscoggin, which was the backbone of the city’s once-massive paper industry, has its own literal spine. In this installment of NHPR’s series Surrounded: Stories from New Hampshire’s Islands , we dig into what these man-made structures were used for. ...
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