Mount Agamenticus Conservation Region

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The History of The Mount Agamenticus Region

The natural and cultural history on Mt. Agamenticus extends well beyond our archeological imaginations. The current landscape of Mt. A, which is inextricably tied to the Mountain’s geological and cultural history, is recognized for its rich bio-diversity and unique ecological features. Among the most noticeable and historically relevant ecological features at Mount Agamenticus are its thin topsoil and shallow bedrock, both of which have and continue to influence the appearance and management of the area.

Last Updated on Monday, 11 February 2013 14:08

Spellings and meanings of "Agamenticus"

Accominta--Named by the natives of the York River.
Akukumigak--Chippewa, an expression referring to the place where land and water meet--the
shoreline
Agamenticus or Accominticus--a small tribe of the Pennacook confederacy that occupied a village at or near present day York.

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Mount A Conservation Region consists of more than 10,000 acres of forest, wetlands, ponds and streams. It takes a lot of work to take care of this land. Support from volunteers helps protect this great place. Find out how you can help, by getting involved with Mt. A Conservation Region.