Merrimack Canoe Company
Merrimack is one of a dwindling numbers of handmade canoe manufacturers in the United States. Styles of canoe produced by Merrimack have included Ospreys, Souhegans Prospectors, Baboosics, Travelers and Tennesseans. The company is known for its "brightly hued boats" that have been acclaimed as classics. 
In 2011 Merrimack canoes were noted in the 2011 issue of Forbes (magazine)'s winter "Life" issue and Town & Country (magazine)'s December issue. The company was also identified in Garden & Gun magazine as a "runner up for the best built product in the South". The workmanship was described as "a balance between technology and tradition" and uses a reinforced carbon-fiber, Kevlar, and fiberglass hull with wooden ribs made from Tennessee cherry trees. The seats are hand-laced and brass hardware is used, resulting in a "beautiful yet durable boat."
- Small canoe crafters drift away Austin American-Statesman - Nov 26, 1999
- Maine Sunday Telegram : CAUGHT IN THE CURRENT Portland Press Herald - Nov 21, 1999
- CAUGHT IN THE CURRENT / Canoes are dreamers' boats. Now the dream of the family behind the Merrimack Canoe Co. is coming to an end Author: Phil McCombs. THE WASHINGTON POST Date: Nov 16, 1999 Start Page: B.06 Section: PART II Text Word Count: 2120
- Newsday - Nov 16, 1999
- Made in the South Awards 2011 Haskell Harris, Elizabeth Hutchison, T. Edward Nickens | Dec 2011/Jan 2012 | Southern Style Made in the South Awards 2011