5 edition of Along the Kennebec found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. [127-128]).
|Statement||Gay M. Grant.|
|Series||Images of America|
|Contributions||Grant, Gay M.|
|LC Classifications||F27.K32 B78 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||126,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||126|
|LC Control Number||95237768|
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I recommend this book to anyone who likes to read historical fiction. This book takes place in Main in and It’s about a young farmer who leaves home and joins a logging crew and through his experiences there becomes an adult/5(23).
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The Forks of the Kennebec covers the early history of settlement and timber speculation along the East Branch of the Kennebec River in Maine. Inspired by an letter written by Moses W. Burnham, the author's research reveals new details about individuals and.
Arnold's plan called for the expedition to sail from Newburyport, Massachusetts along the coast and then up the Kennebec River to Fort Western (now Augusta, Maine). From there, they would use shallow-draft river boats called bateaux to continue up the Kennebec River, cross the height of.
Shipbuilding Along the Kennebec - s/n Litho Among other work, he was Art Editor of the Warship journal untilbut he is best known for his series of book covers for Patrick O'Brian's Captain Aubrey adventures. In he sold his house and went sailing for a year in the Mediterranean.
Since his return, he has devoted himself to his. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Large Print Edition now available. Search "Wochna Large Print" Young Joe Shorey isn't sure what he wants to do with his life, but he's certain that he doesn't want to spend it cutting hay and milking cows on his pa's farm in Waterville.
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The Kennebec Indian Tribe "Kennebec" was the name of an early Abenaki band of Maine, also known as Norridgewock. The name Kennebec came from the name of the river that ran through their territory, which in turn was named after the bay it emptied into (kinipek or kinipekw means "bay" in the Abenaki language.) After the arrival of Europeans, the.
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This wonderful new book takes us back in time to visit the rural communities that thrived along the banks of the Kennebec River around the turn of the century—from Augusta and Gardiner down to Merrymeeting Bay on the coast. BOOK THREE: Swan Island in the Kennebec – Steve Powell Biological Station, State of Maine Wildlife and Camping Destination.
The trilogy of historical novels invites readers to enter the world of the isolated island where the village of Perkins Township was incorporated and thriving in but abandoned in when ferry service was. Description - Along the Kennebec by Gay M Grant This wonderful new book takes us back in time to visit the rural communities that thrived along the banks of the Kennebec River around the turn of the century--from Augusta and Gardiner down to Merrymeeting Bay on the coast.
Though Pauline “Polly” Nute did not live to see the book’s publication, she provided Grant with the inspiration, the photographs, left to her by Bryant’s daughter, Minnie, and entrée to most of the folks interviewed for the book. Along the Kennebec can be purchased here for. From and into the 18th century, much of Maine, including the Kennebec River region, was abandoned by the English due to a series of colonial Indian wars.
Inthe Treaty of Utrecht afforded a sufficient promise of peace for settlers to return to the frontier of Maine. The lands along the Kennebec. So, my hiking partner Little Spoon and I drove to Caratunk, following route up along the Kennebec on our way to meet the river.
Doyle checking on the river. It’s not a requirement,” Walking down to the riverbank with his characteristic hustle, Doyle admits, “I’m. The Plymouth Company () managed one of the very early land grants in Maine along the Kennebec River. The maps from the Plymouth Company's collection of records constitute some of the earliest cartographic works of colonial America.
In the s the Abenaki village of Norridgewock was located along the Kennebec. Shipbuilding. The English founded the Popham Colony along the Kennebec in The settlers built the Virginia of Sagadahoc, the first oceangoing vessel built in the New World by English-speaking shipwrights.⁃ location: Moosehead Lake.
Photo, Print, Drawing C.R. Reno's successful comedy, Along the Kennebec a New England story laughingly told. Offered in partnership with High Ridge Books. The map shows a massive area of Maine, bounded along the coast by Cape Elizabeth and Mount Desert Island.
It tracks the Kennebec and “Sagadahok or Amoreskoggin” (Androscoggin) Rivers north well into the interior, roughly to the current location of the town of Moscow. Kennebec departed 11 February and joined the Service Force of the Atlantic Fleet. the fleet oiler arrived New Orleans 27 February and commenced oil runs from Gulf ports to depots along the Atlantic coast and supplying the fleet from Brazil to Newfoundland with vital fuel oil kerosene diesel oil and aviation gasoline.
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A fascinating book with more suggestions of places along the Kennebec is Forgotten on the Kennebec: Abandoned Places and Quirky People by David Fiske. It is available on Amazon.
The book includes offbeat places such as Fort Baldwin in Phippsburg, Swan Island in Richmond and the former Federal Arsenal in Augusta. Upriver, RiverWalk, Donegan says, is a metaphor for what’s happened along the Kennebec.
“It was a former mill site, then a brownfield,” he says. “Now people realize it’s a great place.”. Offbeat Places to Visit along Maine’s Kennebec River. By David Fiske. Fort Baldwin (Phippsburg) This often overlooked neighbor of Phippsburg’s Fort Popham is spread out along Sabino Head, a hill that overlooks Fort Popham and the ocean.
Baldwin is reached via Fort Baldwin Road, a. Farmingdale is about square miles in size and about 2 miles south of the capital of Augusta Tax info + tax maps+ tax commitment books - Town of Farmingdale Maine Skip to main content. AUGUSTA — The Kennebec Historical Society’s February presentation, “Forts Along the Kennebec,” is set for p.m.
Wednesday, Feb. 22, at the Maine State Library, State St. Located along the banks of the Kennebec River in Maine (U.S.A.), we at Kennebec Publishing have worked in publishing sincewhen the advent of self-publishing was still in its infancy. We began by utilizing the new print-on-demand technology to publish military manuals and then marketing them to niche audiences through blogging and online.
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Waterville, Skowhegan, and Augusta are great for shopping. Photo, Print, Drawing C.R. Reno's successful comedy, Along the Kennebec a New England story laughingly told. Enlarge [ digital file from intermediary roll copy film ]. This is a very nice well ran Campground, with the kind of owners that will treat you like you treat them.
The layout of the campground is very good it was very easy to park our foot fifth wheel. Park was quiet slept all night with no problem. Stopped here on the way to the Sturgis bike rally. It is right off the interstate easy in easy out.
The Rich Ice Houses were the largest icehouses above the Gardiner Bridge with a storage capacity of 70, tons. Jennie G. Everson's book "Tidewater Ice of the Kennebec River" has pictures of these icehouses and is a valuable historical record of the ice industry on the Kennebec River.
Coast Guard launches Kennebec River ice-breaking mission. The annual operation, known as the Kennebec River Spring Break-Out, prevents coastal flooding and keeps the river open to ships. Minor flooding expected along Kennebec River into Wednesday.
The National Weather Service has issued a flood warning for the Kennebec River from Tuesday morning to .Farmingdale is about square miles in size and about 2 miles south of the capital of Augusta.Kennebec River Row Frame Rafting per Person Prices.
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