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New Englanders inherited a vast network of Indian Trails. Two of the most well known are the Mohawk Trail and the Kennebunk Trail, later known as the Kennebunk Road. The Kennebunk Road was a coastal route that connected Augusta, Maine with Massachusetts, and was an important route from Portsmouth, New Hampshire to Boston, Massachusetts. It was also used from 1630-1761 as a migration route for settlers from Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire and Maine.  
 
New Englanders inherited a vast network of Indian Trails. Two of the most well known are the Mohawk Trail and the Kennebunk Trail, later known as the Kennebunk Road. The Kennebunk Road was a coastal route that connected Augusta, Maine with Massachusetts, and was an important route from Portsmouth, New Hampshire to Boston, Massachusetts. It was also used from 1630-1761 as a migration route for settlers from Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire and Maine.  
  
<references />Chester B. Price "Historic Trails of New Hampshire", ''The New Hampshire Archeologist'', 14(1967)1-2, google.books.com
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<references />Chester B. Price "Historic Trails of New Hampshire", ''The New Hampshire Archeologist'', 14(1967)1-2, google.books.com  
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[[Category:United_States_Emigration_and_Immigration]][[Category:US Migration Trails and Roads]]

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New Englanders inherited a vast network of Indian Trails. Two of the most well known are the Mohawk Trail and the Kennebunk Trail, later known as the Kennebunk Road. The Kennebunk Road was a coastal route that connected Augusta, Maine with Massachusetts, and was an important route from Portsmouth, New Hampshire to Boston, Massachusetts. It was also used from 1630-1761 as a migration route for settlers from Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire and Maine.

Chester B. Price "Historic Trails of New Hampshire", The New Hampshire Archeologist, 14(1967)1-2, google.books.com