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"The 100th Legislature (Maine) instructed the Legislative Research Committee to look into the possibility of preserving the Allagash River Valley for future generations to enjoy. The Legislative Research Committee's recommendation was that there be created an Allagash River Authority as an action group to accomplish this purpose. Upon its recommendation, the 101st Legislature passed an act creating the Allagash River Authority to formulate plans and proposals to preserve the Allagash River watercourse. The Authority is composed of heads of the Departments of Forestry, Parks and Recreation, Inland Fisheries and Game, Attorney General and University of Maine's School of Forestry, and an Advisory Committee of seven members appointed by the Governor (John H. Reed)."
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Allagash River Authority, "Allagash Wilderness Waterway: A Proposal for State Control, January 1965" (1965). Books and Publications. 324.
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