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Maine is a vast State, compared to its New England neighbors. And, in comparison with many States of greater territory, it has long stretches of wilderness country.

Those who have been to Katahdin want to go again. Those who haven't been often express a longing to get at least a glimpse of that section. But even most of those who have been near or on Katahdin know no more about the country to its north than they could gain from their summit viewpoint.

An exception is Myron H. Avery, captain, USNR, a Lubee native who is the State's leading authority on Katahdin and its environs and who has been a prolific writer on the subject.

Publication Date

1949

Publisher

Maine Appalachian Trail Club & the Lewiston Journal Magazine

City

Lewiston, Maine

Keywords

Mount Katahdin, Maine Appalachian Trail Club, Lewiston Journal Magazine

Comments

Contains photographs of Katahdin Lake, Mattagamon Mountain, Upper South Branch Pond, Bell Camp, and more. Also included are a reproduction of a 1833 map by Bradley and Rose and another map from 1920.

The Traveler: Two Decades: Random Notes

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