Rangeley Through Time

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Rangeley Through Time

Author : Gary Priest
ISBN : 1635000173
Genre : History
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Gary Priest has compiled a unique look at this Maine mountain town as it has evolved through the years since its incorporation in 1855. He meticulously documents the history and ownership of the homes and businesses along Route Four from Greenvale to Oquossoc, revealing them as they were in the early twentieth century and comparing them to the same locations over a century later... His diligent research has uncovered many early photographs from private family archives and other sources, which have never been made public until this time. People who enjoy reading about the past will enjoy seeing how Rangeley looked decades ago.
Category: History

The Rangeley Lakes Maine

Author : William Converse Kendall
ISBN : MINN:31951D012390769
Genre : Fish as food
File Size : 65.24 MB
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Category: Fish as food

The Rangeley And Its Region

Author : Stephen A. Cole
ISBN : 0884482952
Genre : History
File Size : 45.13 MB
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In THE RANGELEY AND ITS REGION author Stephen Cole explores the Rangeley Lakes and how they were the crucible of Maine's nineteenth--century sporting culture, and the Rangeley boat evolved out of this distinctive time and place. As essential to Rangeley as sporting camps, fishing guides, and brook trout, the namesake boat remains a true icon. THE RANGELEY AND ITS REGION tells how entwined the boat, people, lakes, town, and economy became over a century.
Category: History

The Next Time We Die

Author : Robert Moore Williams
ISBN : 9781612101484
Genre : Fiction
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We journey to far places, driven on by ideals. We fight for lost causes, sacrificing our lives because the things we fight for seem worthwhile. But are we right? Are they worth being killed over? Perhaps. Then again, maybe we'll know better--The Next Time We Die
Category: Fiction

The Island Maneskootuk

Author : Carolyn G. Scofield
ISBN : 1425174507
Genre : History
File Size : 89.74 MB
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Maneskootuk Island lies prominently in the eastern part of Maines ten-square-mile Rangeley Lake, in one of the state's most beautiful vacation regions, the western mountains. The pristine island has had a colorful, lively history that is lovingly-and candidly-recounted by the woman who holds the current deed, Carolyn Garrigues Scofield. "The Island Maneskootuk" includes accounts of the historic island's flora and fauna, its various boats, old and new structures, gardens, and countless resident and local characters. There are colorful accounts by the author and her family and visitors, as well as the descendants of early Maneskootuk residents, describing life on the island through many decades, llustrated throughout by fifty pages of historic and family photos. Setting the tone for "The Island Maneskootuk" is the author's heartfelt approach to the island treasure that has meant so much to her, her family and now her grandchildren. "The Dicksons built their big house and lived in splendor, the public rented accommodations on the island when Dr.Clough invited physicians, the Persians turned the island into a mini-principality, and then we, the Scofields stepped ashore. "We stepped foot on our Maneskootuk in late afternoon. The grass was at least a foot high, and the dandelions blazed at their peak. The sun was still hot and everything was still. We marveled at this place, this magical land, and began immediately to bask in the peace and serenity of our island home. "Our Maneskootuk adventure was about to begin."
Category: History

Rangeley Lakes Region

Author : R. Donald Palmer
ISBN : 0738535036
Genre : History
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Pursuit of the fabled wild brook trout has for generations attracted anglers to the western mountains of Maine. This phenomenon has, over the course of two hundred years, transformed the town of Rangeley from a settlement of farmers and woodsmen to a popular outdoor sporting destination where the names of Carrie Stevens, Herb Welch, and Fly Rod Crosby still echo along the streams and lakes. Rangeley Lakes Region examines the region's rich heritage and provides an intimate glimpse of the past, people, and places that make Rangeley special.
Category: History

Guide To The Rangeley Lakes

Author : Samuel Farmer
ISBN : COLUMBIA:CU54332990
Genre : Rangeley Lakes (Me. and N.H.)
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British Boys

Author :
ISBN : OSU:32435061824421
Genre : Boys
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Category: Boys

History Of Virginia

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ISBN : UVA:X000381178
Genre : Virginia
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Category: Virginia

Harper S Magazine

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ISBN : UOM:39015056091328
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Important American periodical dating back to 1850.
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Cathell Rangeley Turner

Author : James Henry Turner
ISBN : WISC:89066096322
Genre : Virginia
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The progenitors of the three related families of whom this history speaks are James Cathell of Maryland, born about 1700; James Rangeley of Yorkshire, England, who became a United States citizen in 1796 and emigrated permanently from Leeds in 1823; and Shadrack Turner, who emigrated from England between 1742-1744, settling in the Tidewater area of Virginia. Descendants of these three immigrants have spread throughout the United States.
Category: Virginia

Maine S Most Scenic Roads

Author : John Gibson
ISBN : 9780892729463
Genre : Travel
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Tucked away among Maine's blue highways are stretches of road that are scenic, beautiful, and a joy to discover. In this fully updated edition of Maine's Most Scenic Roads you'll find trips that are close by, or just far enough away to fit whatever kind of escape you're looking for. Tune up the car, pump the bicycle tires, or roll out your motorcycle, and head directly for 25 of Maine's most scenic and pleasurable drives. In Maine's Most Scenic Roads you'll find a selection of the best drives in all areas of the state. Some are loop routes, others point-to-point. Each can also be worked into a larger itinerary. Thorough directions and easy-to-follow maps ensure that you can relax and enjoy the view.
Category: Travel