Housatonic River, a river in New England. It is 148 miles (238 km) long. The river's source is in the Berkshire Hills of western Massachusetts. The Housatonic flows south, running through Connecticut and emptying into Long Island Sound at Stratford. The river provided water power for many early New England mill towns.
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