Milo, Brownville, and Lake View (Images of America)
Milo, Brownville, and Lake View [Images of America] [ME] [Arcadia Publishing]
I am so happy to have found this book. My dad grew up in Milo in the early 's. In fact, there are a couple of pictures of him in it that I had never seen before.
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There's also one of my grandfather sitting in the Milo fire truck. He was fire chief there for over 40 years.
This is a real treat! An enthralling look at Small Town America. Captivating photographs of the way these charming Maine communities used to be.
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Visit steam railroads, logging camps, slate mines, spool factories and the place that inspired Elizabeth George Speare's book Sign of the Beaver. You do not have to live in these towns, or even in Maine, to thoroughly enjoy the history this book relates. Acesse a Amazon.
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CNPJ Although each is close in proximity, Milo, Brownville, and Lake View have unique histories and personalities. Milo's beginnings are based on the legend of young Theophilus Sargent, who faced the wild alone, almost perishing but for the kindness of a Native American chief and his son, Attean. One hundred years later, this survival story became the basis for Elizabeth George Speare's book Sign of the Beaver. Along with its grist- and sawmill industries, Brownville's slate quarries were prolific and offered Welsh immigrants a wealth of employment.
Lake View Plantation was born because of timber. Merrick Thread Company built a spool mill near Schoodic Lake, whose shores were abundant with birch, and even after the mill closed the community of Lake View remained.
Its small permanent population now swells to more than 1, in the summer as visitors flock to the beautiful shores of natural spring-fed Schoodic Lake.