Goose Eye No. 1 (2021)

$14.95

Goose Eye: A Journal of Western Maine and White Mountain History is published annually by the Museums of the Bethel Historical Society. Issue No. 1, “Introducing Goose Eye,” contains articles by William B. Krohn, William F. Chapman, Larry Glatz, David Crouse, and more. Cover illustration by Erik Koeppel.

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Goose Eye: A Journal of Western Maine and White Mountain History is published annually by the Museums of the Bethel Historical Society. Issue No. 1, “Introducing Goose Eye,” contains the following articles:

  • Personal Narrative: “The Cat from Goose Eye Mountain” by Leroy C. Noyes
  • “Daniel E. Heywood: His Journey from Hunter-Trapper to Writer-Conservationist” by William B. Krohn
  • “A Short History of the Twitchell Purchase, also known as the Raymond Grant, in today’s town of Greenwood, Maine” by Larry Glatz
  • “Roaring Dan Seavey: The Western Maine Roots of a Legendary Great Lakes Pirate” by William F. Chapman
  • “The Battle Revisited: Details of “Lovewell’s Fight” of 1725 Found to be in Error – 16 Years of Research by Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Results in a Rewrite of History” by David A. Crouse
  • From the Archives: “Lovewell’s Fight: The Famous Battle at Fryeburg 165 Years Ago,” Oxford Democrat, September 9, 1890, by Francis Parkman
  • Collection Spotlight: “The Roberts-Hastings Family Collection of Glass Plate Negatives”
  • Book Review: Universalists and Unitarians of Maine: A Comprehensive History by Peter Tufts Richardson (reviewed by William F. Chapman)

Cover illustration by Erik Koeppel.