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The Dickey-Lincoln School Project would consist of two earthfill structures designed to produce peaking and modest intermediate load power from the St. John River The larger of the two dams, the Dickey Dam, would be located immediately above the confluence of the Allagash and St. John Rivers. The Lincoln School Dam would also be located on the Upper St. John River, eleven miles downstream from the Dickey Dam. The Dickey Dam would have a total length of 10,600 feet and a maximum height of 335 feet. The Lincoln School Dam is considerably smaller and would be 1,600 feet long and have a maximum height of 85 feet.
Longley, James B., "Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes, Maine, Hydro-Power Decision, October 27, 1978" (1978). Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project. 19.
Maine. 1978. Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes, Maine, hydro-power decision, October 27, 1978. Augusta: State of Maine, Office of the Governor.
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