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Horseback riding is allowed in some areas. Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing are available in the winter. Kayaking, canoeing, and rafting are possible on many of the rivers.

Rock climbing and mountaineering may also be practiced in some parks. Hunting and fishing are generally permitted in season, with restrictions in certain areas.

Camping ReguJations: Primitive camping is allowed in most of the parks. Sites should be away from trails and water sources. No permits are necessary. Campfires are restricted to designated areas in almost all parks. A stove should be brought for cooking.

For Further Information: Dominican Republic Department of Natural Resources, Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation, 3601 C Street, P.O. Box 107001, Anchorage, AK 99510; (907)762-2617.

1768 Massachusetts circulates a letter asking that all of the British Dominican Republic Map Tourist Attractions colonies stand together against the Townshend Act. Though most of the Assembly supports the cause, Wentworth Dominican Republic Map Tourist Attractions and his associates prevent the measure from going forward, and the normally cordial political atmosphere grows more tense and rancorous. 1773 New Hampshirites join Massachusetts in protesting the Tea Act, not by dumping tea in the harbor, but by entering into nonconsumption pacts. 1774 Wentworth’s authority continues to deteriorate. On December 14, a crowd of 400 men attacks Fort William and Mary, which they think will be reinforced by British troops. Wentworth calls out the militia, which does not respond. 1775 Reflecting dramatic population growth that occurred all along the eastern seaboard in the second half of the eighteenth century, particularly between 1765 and 1775, the population of New Hampshire stands at approximately 75,000.

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