The Jonesport Raffle and numerous other Maine veracities researched & methodically arranged.
Boston, Little Brown, (1969). 1st ed. VG in G DJ. Owner scraped front endpaper, DJ rubbed. Length & breadth of Maine & back through to 16th century fishing camps that were. set up a hundred years before Plymouth & Jamestown. The man who raffled off his horse quite a time after it died, the origin and history of schoolmarms, down east thrift, evils of drink, Maine weather, lumbering folklore, Paul Bunyan, last cariboux in Maine, a horse in a well, and a pet trout, as well as essays on sex in Maine, how to roll off a log, and ends with the tale of the first cat. DJ price clipped. Gould was born in Boston in 1908, raised in Freeport, Maine, educated at Bowdoin College, and lived with his wife Dorothy in Lisbon Falls, Maine. Farmer and professional guide, write a weekly column for the Christian Science Monitor for 20 years, harvests maple sugar, furniture maker, fishing, and sailing.
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