3 edition of Katahdin and Chesuncook found in the catalog.
Katahdin and Chesuncook
Henry David Thoreau
|Statement||by Henry D. Thoreau. From "The Maine woods"; abridged and ed. by Clifton Johnson.|
|Series||The Riverside literature series|
|Contributions||Johnson, Clifton, 1865-1940, ed.|
|LC Classifications||F27.P5 T68|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 93 p.|
|Number of Pages||93|
|LC Control Number||09009454|
"Katahdin," said Francis, "means greatest mountain. And everybody says, 'Oh well, yeah, it's the tallest in Maine.' But that's so irrelevant, because my ancestors wouldn't have known that it was. [chu-SUN-cook] is an unorganized township (T5 R13 WELS) in Piscataquis County. The name means “at the place of the principal outlet,” according to McCauley. Chesuncook Lake extends south to T3 R12 WELS. Ripogenus Dam, constructed “at the place of the principal outlet,” vastly expanded the lake and provided water storage for log.
Book your hotel in Chesuncook and pay later with Expedia. Enjoy free cancellation on most hotels. Save big on a wide range of Chesuncook hotels! Browse customer reviews of over , hotels and other accommodations worldwide. If this essay’s aim is as true as Scot Miller’s camera work, it will give readers a sense of the eye-opening experience awaiting them in a new book of photographs inspired by Thoreau’s The Maine Woods (), now a century-and-a-half old but still as wild as the Katahdin wind on Henry’s cheek—the same wind that, Walden assures us.
() was born on J and raised in Concord, Massachusetts. He was truly a “journalist,” keeping a daily journal from young adulthood to shortly before his death. He traveled to Maine, climbed Mount Katahdin, and was an early observer of the state’s people and landscape. His book The Maine Woods is full of. They continued up the West Branch to Abol Stream, where they camped for a night before setting out to climb Katahdin. Moosehead Lake to Chesuncook Lake Roundtrip. Named Mspame by the Indians (most likely a phonetic attempt at the Penobscot word for ‘lake’, which is mehkwasrpem), Moosehead Lake is the largest lake in New England.
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Librivox Free Audiobook. Full text of "Katahdin and Chesuncook" See other formats. I recommend this book highly to anyone who knows the area around Katahdin or is curious and plans to go for a visit to Baxter State Park.
After the hike this summer down the Nesowadnehunk Stream to the West Branch of the Penobscot and up the Foss & Knowlton trail, I decided to research the forest conditions we had passed through/5(2).
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Chesuncook Village, Maine, Chesuncook Village, Maine. likes 30 talking about this 77 were here. Chesuncook Village, Maine is the remnant of a remote 's logging settlement in the North. The Chesuncook Boom House recalls Maine’s logging era. ©Hilary Nangle. The Chesuncook Boom House is just a mile or so off the Golden Road, turn at Allagash Lake Campground (a fine place to stay, with tenting and RV sites as well as cabins).
The Boomhouse, actually a former boarding house, lets you immerse in the great logging era. This extensive book about the Maine coast covers territory from Kittery in the south to Acadia National Park area.
Suggestions for lodging, dining, and shopping are woven into the text, which is full of historical anecdotes, suggestions for nature hikes and day trips, and insider knowledge. 03 of Ktaadn by Henry David Thoreau () On the 31st of August,I left Concord in Massachusetts for Bangor and the backwoods of Maine, by way of the railroad and steamboat, intending to accompany a relative of mine, engaged in the lumber trade in Bangor, as far as a dam on the West Branch of the Penobscot, in which property he was g: Katahdin.
We headed north to rediscover the North Woods by traveling in a long arc around Katahdin, Baxter, Chesuncook Lake, Allagash Wilderness, Greenville and Rangeley. We wanted to see the northland the way the first travelers to Maine saw it, and visit whatever hotels and sporting lodges were still standing.
We offer fantastic campsites located on the banks of the West Branch of the Penobscot River and Abol Stream right at the base of Mount Katahdin. Bunkhouse & Breakfast Sleep up to 6 people, 3 twin bunks. Katahdin is the main antagonist in the horror film, Prophecy and the horror novel of the same name.
She was portrayed by Tom McLoughlin, Charles Flemmer and the late Kevin Peter Hall, and her vocal sound effects were provided by Frank Welker. From Katahdin. likes. From Katahdin is a window into life in the Katahdin region of Maine, for locals and visitors. - Explore Richard Smith's board "CHESUNCOOK" on Pinterest.
See more ideas about Maine, Northern maine, Millinocket maine pins. En route from Allagash Lake to Chesuncook Lake, summer [Photo by Mike Hiza.] Atop the summit of Katahdin, February 9 [Photo by Jim Albert or Leo Bolduc.] Moonset over the Saddle, Baxter State Park, February 10AM.
I had climbed to Katahdin’s summit via the Saddle the day before. Wendy Weiger, Author of the upcoming. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive.
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book by henry james. yonders henry. Explore More Items. A Book of Verses.It contains three accounts of trips to Maine: "Ktaadn" (Union Magazine ), describing an excursion to Mt.
Ktaadn [now Katahdin] in ; "Chesuncook" (Atlantic Monthly ), about a journey from Bangor to Chesuncook Lake inwith an Indian guide Joe Aitteon; and "The Allegash and East Branch" (first appearance in print), concerned with.
This book’s historical journey on Maine’s West Branch of the Penobscot River and its tributaries is in two parts, logging (chapters ) and sporting camps (chapters ), all of which Fogler Library hosts at its Digital Commons.
The journey starts in when the first loggers began cutting along the river and driving their logs more than 70 river miles to the Bangor sawmills.