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TA R10 WELS

This township is immediately adjacent to T1 R11 WELS, host to the next northerly section of the AT. The trail generally tracks east-west, except for a short northwest-southeast section between Mud Pond and Lower Jo-Mary Lake. It enters the township in the west following Cooper Brook, then skirts north of Church Pond before rejoining Cooper Brook to Cooper Pond. The AT then swings northeast and north out of the township.

Jo-Mary Road bisects the township northwest to southeast, crossing the AT at Cooper Brook between Church and Cooper ponds. Major physical features are the 2,904 foot Jo-Mary Mountain and the three-mile Upper Jo-Mary Lake.

This topographic map was created from the University of New Hampshire Dimond Library, Documents Department & Data Center, Historic USGS Maps of New England & New York, accessed 1/29/2008: Jo-Mary Mountain, ME Quadrangle (1952), http://docs.unh.edu/nhtopos/Jo-MaryMountain.htm; and Norcross ME Quadrangle (1951), http://docs.unh.edu/nhtopos/Norcross.htm.

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