The Machias River is a 60.0-mile-long (96.6 km) river in Maine, USA. It flows through Washington County in the eastern part of the state, from Third Machias Lake (45°05′21″N 67°51′49″W / 45.0892°N 67.8636°W / 45.0892; -67.8636 (Machias River origin)), passing the town of Machias and emptying into Machias Bay.
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“Nature seemed to have adorned herself for our departure with a profusion of fringes and curls, mingled with the bright tints of flowers, reflected in the water. But we missed the white water-lily, which is the queen of river flowers, its reign being over for this season.... Many of this species inhabit our Concord water.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)