Massachusetts, United States
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The Millers River is a 52.1-mile-long (83.8 km) river in northern Massachusetts, originating in Ashburnham and joining the Connecticut River just downstream from Millers Falls, Massachusetts. The river was formerly known as Paquag or Baquag, a Nipmuc word meaning "clear water."The Millers River formed at the end of the last glacial period when several glacial lakes joined and, eventually, drained into the Connecticut River.
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