1) Books and Articles
Salzman, James, and Jr. Barton H. Thompson. "Section 404 of the Clean Water Act." In Environmental Law and Policy, 267-76. New York: Foundation Press, 2007.
This book provided information on 404 permits and the permitting process.
Sax. "New Public & Old Private Rights." In Public Rights in Water, 668-80.
This source was used for information on the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act and the process behind designation of the Allagash.
Warner, Kendall. "The Allagash." In Maine Rivers: Selected Articles from Maine Fish and Wildlife Magazine, 4-7. Unity, ME: North Country Press, 1989.
This was used for information on the Allagash waterway, the fish resources within it, and possible hydroelectric construction that would affect the Allagash.
2) Government Reports
Charles Fitzgerald and Kenneth Cline V. Willard R. Harris, Jr., in His Capacity as Director of the Maine Bureau of Parks and Lands, U.S. District Court, Bangor, 07-16-B-W, 2007.
This source described the recent court case over LD 2077, the decision, and the reasons from it.
Conservation Foundation. "Report on the Allagash to the Natural Resources Council of Maine." New York, 1961.
This source provided information the history of the Allagash River and region.
Land and Water Associates. "Potential Impacts of the Loss of Churchill Dam on the Uses, Resources, and Values of the Allagash Wilderness Waterway." Hallowell, ME, 1996.
This source provided information of the predicted effects of the removal of Churchill Dam and described the predicted effects of other alternatives.
Maine Bureau of Parks and Lands. "Allagash Wilderness Waterway Management Plan (Amended 2005)." edited by Department of Conservation, 2005.
This source describes the current state management of the waterway and the current restrictions and regulations in place.
Maine Department of Conservation. Northrunner: A Documentary Film Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the Allagash Wilderness Waterway. Waterville, ME: Ursus Productions, 2007.
This source provided information about the history of the Allagash and provided information about the recent controversies over access.
Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife. "Churchill Lake." edited by Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, 1990.
This source contained information about lake depths and about fish habitat within Churchill Lake.
Maine Natural Areas Program and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. A Landowner's Guide to Conservation of Furbish's Lousewort and the St. John River. In, http://www.mainenaturalareas.org/docs/lip/resources/9.pdf. (accessed May 6, 2008).
This source provided information about the Furbish Lousewort on the St. John and the history of its discovery and protection.
The Allagash River Authority. "Allagash Wilderness Waterway: A Proposal for State Control." edited by The Allagash River Authority, 1965.
This source provided historical background on the Allagash.
U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service. "Proposed Allagash National Recreation Area." Washington, D.C., 1961.
This source contained information on the history of the Allagash.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 1978. Conservation Program Recommended to Resolve Furbish Lousewort/Dickey-Lincoln Conflict. In, http://www.fws.gov/news/historic/1978/19780628b.pdf. (Accessed March 16, 2008).
This source provided information on the Dickey-Lincoln Project and information on Furbish Lousewort protection.
3) Newspaper and Magazine Articles
Austin, Phyllis. "Controversy over Permit to Rebuild Taylor Camps on Allagash Wilderness Waterway." Maine Environmental News 2004.
Forest Ecology Network. "The Pingree Forest Partnership." Review of Reviewed Item. The Maine Woods, no. 2 (2001), http://www.forestecologynetwork.org/TMW_LateFall2001/pingree_partnership.html.
Maine Woods Coalition. 2008. "Judge Ousts Allagash Lawsuit." In, http://www.mainewoodscoalition.org/news/021208.html. (Accessed April 21, 2008).
Miller, Kevin. "Future Dim for Allagash Lawsuit." Bangor Daily News, August 22 2007.
Stedd, E. W. "Dickey-Lincoln: The Hydro-Hydra That Refuses to Die." Conservation News 44, no. 22 (1979): 2-7.
Swanton, Joel. "MFPC & Friends of the Allagash Win Fight to Preserve the River." Review of Reviewed Item. Forest Products News, no. 2 (2006), http://www.maineforest.com/newsletters/pdf/fpn_mayjune_2006.pdf.
Thomson, Larry. "Dickey-Lincoln: Is It Worth It?" Bow and Stern 1977.
Wark, J. "Dickey-Lincoln Project May Be Nearing Reality After Two Decades." Public Power 36, no. 6 (1978): 33-36.
4) Web Links
Bureau of Parks and Lands. 2004. Allagash History. In, State of Maine Department of Conservation Bureau of Parks & Lands, http://maine.gov/doc/parks/programs/history/allagash/history.shtml. (Accessed Feb. 25, 2008).
---------. 2004. Churchill Depot. In, http://maine.gov/doc/parks/programs/history/allagash/chdepot.htm. (Accessed March 16, 2008).
Canoe Camping. 2008. Allagash Wilderness Waterway (Maine). In, http://www.members.aol.com/Mmcbs3/allagash1.html. (Accessed March 3, 2008).
Citizens to Protect the Allagash. 2008. Working to Restore and Defend the Wild Character of the Allagash. In, http://18.104.22.168/Allagashonline/index.html. (Accessed March 16, 2008).
Colby College Environmental Studies Program. 2008. Protecting Livelihoods and Landscapes in Maine. In, http://www.colby.edu/environ/LandscapeConf/Panelists.html. (accessed May 6, 2008).
Hart, James. 2006. The Legislative History of the Passamaquoddy Tidal Power and the Dickey-Lincoln Hydroelectric Power Products. In, ed. Edmund S. Muskie Archives and Special Collections. http://abacus.bates.edu/Library/aboutladd/departments/special/ajcr/1974/Quoddy%20Leg%20History.shtml. (Accessed March 16, 2008).
Legislative Information Office. 2006. History and Final Disposition of Bills in the 122nd Second Regular Session: Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry. In, http://janus.state.me.us/legis/lio/hist122R2/hist_122r2.htm. (Accessed March 16, 2008).
Maine Chapter Sierra Club. 2006. AWW River Drivers Agreement. In, http://maine.sierraclub.org/allagash%20river%20driver.htm. (Accessed March 16, 2008).
Maine Resource Guide. 1999. North Woods. In, http://maineoutdoors.com/fishing/northwoods.html. (Accessed February 27, 2008).
New England Forestry Foundation. 2008. Pingree Forest Partnership. In, http://www.newenglandforestry.org/projects/pingree.asp. (Accessed March 16, 2008).
Penobscot River Restoration Trust. 2008. Penobscot River Restoration Trust. In, http://www.penobscotriver.org/. (Accessed March 3, 2008).
Seven Islands Land Company. Company History, Philosophy & Business. In, http://sevenislands.com/index.htm. (accessed May 6, 2008).
The Nature Conservancy. 2008. St. John River. In, http://www.nature.org/wherewework/northamerica/states/maine/preserves/art5281.html. (Accessed March 3, 2008).
Woodsum, Karen. 2006. Allagash-Memorandum of Agreement: State of Maine Reaffirms Commitment To "Wild" Allagash. In, http://maine.sierraclub.org/MOA.htm. (Accessed March 16, 2008).
5) Personal Communication
Koffman, Ted, personal communication, 398 (Sly) "Dammed Maine," Colby College, April 22, 2008.
Morrison, Tom, personal communication, Director of Operations, Bureau of Parks and Lands, April 4, 2008.
Murch, Dana, personal communication, ES 398 (Sly) "Dammed Maine," Colby College, March 11, 2008.