Maine, a Guide down East

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ILLUSTRATIONS AND MAPS
GLIMPSES OF HISTORYbetween20and21
'Red Paint' (Indian) vault at the Fort Edgecomb, North Edgecomb
Forks Avanzato
Avanzato Fort Popham, Popham Beach
Fort McClary, Kittery Point Avanzato
Avanzato & Hubbard First pile bridge in North America,
Fort Halifax, Winslow Sewall bridge at York
Avanzado & HubbardMaine Development Commission
Old Oxford County Jail, Paris Hill Old covered bridge, Stillwater
Avanzato & Hubbard Avanzato & Hubbard
Fort Knox, Prospect Old powder house at Wiscasset
Avansato & Hubbard Avanzato & Hubbard
Casco Castle, Freeport
Avanzato
INDUSTRY, COASTAL AND INLANDbetween50and51
The Falls, Veazie Maine Seaboard Paper Company,
Avanzato & Hubbard Bucksport
Hayfield near Palermo Avanzato
H. G. Hawes Logging
Air view of the State Pier, PortlandMaine Development Commission
Portland Maine Pub. Co. Large-scale potato digging, Aroostook
Shipbuilding, Thomaston County
AvanzatoMaine Development Commission
On the Portland waterfront Blueberry pickers, Jonesboro
Avanzato Avanzato
Fish weirs, Bucksport Packing lobster bait, Sebasco
Avanzato Avanzato & Hubbard
Old hull, Boothbay Harbor Lobster pots
AvanzatoMaine Development Commission
Grounded schooners in Boothbay
Harbor
Avanzato
OF ARCHITECTURAL INTERESTbetween96and97
From the Old Stone jail, Paris Hill St. John's Church, Brunswick
Avanzato & Hubbard Avansato
The hearth in the Means House, Nickels-Sortwell House, Wiscasset
Portland W. Lincoln Highton
Avanzato & Pratt Ruggles House, Columbia Falls
Doorway, Major Reuben Colburn Avanzato
House, Pittston Doorway of the Ruggles House
W. Lincoln Highton Avanzato
A farm cottage near Bar Harbor Stairway of the Black Mansion, Ells-
W. Lincoln Highton worth
Carved door case, Means House, Avanzato
Portland 'Wedding Cake' House, Kennebunk
Avanzato & Pratt Avanzato & Pratt

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