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  • Subject starts with "Maine"

COLL 92: Herb Shirrefs Papers

Finding Aid / Mixed Availability

Collection of letters, photocopies, newspaper clippings, photographs, typescripts, and other materials compiled and/or written by Herbert P. Shirrefs while researching and writing his book The Richardson Lakes: Jewels in the Rangeley Chain, published…

Collection: Finding Aids

Covered bridges in Maine

Book / In-house Use Only

Collection: Books and Pamphlets

Dead River rough cut [videorecording] / Richard Searles and Stuart Silverstein

Moving Image / In-house Use Only

Profiles two woodsmen, Bob Wagg and Walter Lane, who have chosen isolation and self-dependence as their lifestyle in a tarpaper shack on the Dead River in northern Maine. Shows them hunting, trapping, and logging trees with a team of oxen, and…

Collection: Video Library

Death of Gen. Clark S. Edwards

Text / Available Online

DEATH OF GEN. CLARK S. EDWARDS An Honored Citizen—A Distinguished Soldier—A Noble Hero and Patriot has gone to his rest. Passed quietly away at his home last Sunday Evening, at 8.45 o’clock, after an illness of but a few days. A hero and patriot…

Deep woods and river roads [sound recording] : voices from the Kennebec-Chaud

Sound / In-house Use Only

Contents: Intro -- Maple sugaring -- Jackman in winter -- The Old Canada Road -- Logging -- White water rafting -- Fiddleheading -- Birch bark canoe making -- Fly fishing -- South Solon Meeting House -- Grange Hall -- Poet, Wesley McNair --…

Collection: Sound Library

Echoes from the Sixties [Part 1]

Text / Available Online

ECHOES FROM THE SIXTIES. Official Report of One of the Most Bloody Conflicts of the Civil War. The following is the official report of the Fifth Maine at Fredericksburg, as given by Col. Edwards to General John L. Hodsdon.It has not been revised…

Echoes from the Sixties [Part 2]

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ECHOES FROM THE SIXTIES. Official Report of One of the Most Bloody Conflicts of the Civil War. [Continued from last week.] Soon the shouts of the enemy immediately in our front, warned us that they were advancing, and every man stood ready to…

Echoes from the Sixties [Part 3]

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ECHOES FROM THE SIXTIES. By Col. C. S. Edwards. Bethel, May 3, 1900. Thirty-seven years ago this day, was fought the great battle of Chancellorsville, commanded by Maj. Gen. Joseph Hooker, who at that time was commander of the Potomac Army. We…

Faces of Maine / by Bob Niss

Book / In-house Use Only

Collection: Books and Pamphlets