Little Magalloway River

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Little Magalloway River
Little Magalloway River is located in Maine
Little Magalloway River
Little Magalloway River is located in New Hampshire
Little Magalloway River
Little Magalloway River is located in the United States
Little Magalloway River
Location
CountryUnited States
StatesNew Hampshire, Maine
CountiesCoos, NH, Oxford, ME
TownshipsPittsburg, NH
North Oxford, ME
Physical characteristics
SourceRump Mountain
 • locationPittsburg, NH
 • coordinates45°11′57″N 71°4′50″W / 45.19917°N 71.08056°W / 45.19917; -71.08056
 • elevation2,700 ft (820 m)
MouthMagalloway River/Aziscohos Lake
 • location
North Oxford, ME
 • coordinates
45°5′56″N 70°59′45″W / 45.09889°N 70.99583°W / 45.09889; -70.99583Coordinates: 45°5′56″N 70°59′45″W / 45.09889°N 70.99583°W / 45.09889; -70.99583
 • elevation
1,517 ft (462 m)
Length7.0 mi (11.3 km)
Basin features
Tributaries 
 • rightTrestle Brook, Middle Branch Little Magalloway River

The Little Magalloway River is a 7.0-mile-long (11.3 km) river in northwestern Maine and northern New Hampshire in the United States.[1] It is a tributary of the Magalloway River, located in the Androscoggin River watershed of Maine and New Hampshire.

The river rises in New Hampshire, just west of the state line, on the southern slopes of 3,654-foot-high (1,114 m) Rump Mountain. The river flows southeast, quickly entering the state of Maine, where it ends at Aziscohos Lake on the Magalloway River. The entire watershed is forested and subject to logging.

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