We took to the woods [by] Louise Dickinson Rich; twenty-one photographs.

Philadelphia, New York, J.B. Lippincott Company [1942] .

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George Washington
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Subjects Maine -- Description and travel.
Description 322 pages frontispiece, plates, portraits 21 cm
Copyright Date [1942]
Notes "First edition."
Map on lining-papers.
Contents Pond-in-the-River -- The Summer House -- The Winter House -- Larry and His Snow Boat -- Lower Richardson Lake from Middle Dam -- Maine Guide-Will Morton, the Oldest and One of the Best -- Rufus, Kyak and Ralph -- Gerrish and His Sap-Gathering Equipment -- Rufus' First Picture -- Rollo, the Skunk, with Rufus and Two of the Pups -- The Author and Two of her Boys -- The Alligator -- Pulpwood Waiting to be Sluiced Above Pondy Dam -- The Carry Road after the Hurricane -- The "Mormon" Hauling Hurricane Pine -- The Big, Green "Mormon" at Work -- Bateau Crew -- The Front Yard -- View from Our Porch -- Pond-in-the-River Dam -- Alec Bright and Ralph.
Geographic Area Maine
Network Numbers (OCoLC)405243
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Rich, Louise Dickinson, 1903-1991.
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