Aroostook



a river flowing NE from N Maine to the St. John River. 140 miles (225 km) long.
Historical Examples

The next morning the young men sent their baggage to a hotel, but they came back for a last dinner on the Aroostook.
The Lady of the Aroostook William Dean Howells

I wish I could take you aboard an English vessel, so you could appreciate the Aroostook.
The Lady of the Aroostook William Dean Howells

Among the most interesting objects to be met are the Ox-bow and Aroostook Falls.
Forest Life and Forest Trees: comprising winter camp-life among the loggers, and wild-wood adventure. John S. Springer

But it’s pleasant to think you’ve been so contented on the Aroostook that you hate to leave it.
The Lady of the Aroostook William Dean Howells

They directed him to the firm dispatching the Aroostook, and Captain Jenness was at their place when the deacon appeared there.
The Lady of the Aroostook William Dean Howells

Bill Sewall was collector of customs under me, on the Aroostook border.
Theodore Roosevelt Theodore Roosevelt

During this cool excursion, he got way up among the wood-choppers and log-men of the Aroostook and Penobscot country.
The Humors of Falconbridge Jonathan F. Kelley

The story is fully vouched for and the heads of two of the bulls may now be seen in an Aroostook town.
Habits, Haunts and Anecdotes of the Moose and Illustrations from Life Burt Jones

So I just took up with the captain of the Aroostook’s offer.
The Lady of the Aroostook William Dean Howells

The judge and the banker went into the woods from a little settlement on the Aroostook River.
Habits, Haunts and Anecdotes of the Moose and Illustrations from Life Burt Jones

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