Man of the Canyon: An Old Indian Remembers His Life Emerick, Richard G.
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Finding Katahdin: An Exploration of Maine’s Past presents an articulate, thoughtful understanding of Maine history in a way that engages students and introduces them to the discipline of historical research and scholarship. Finding Katahdin explores Maine in its various incarnations: as a land of prehistoric hunters and gatherers; a frontier where English, French, and Wabanaki cultures mix and clash; a …
This collection of stories, though fiction, is a rich depiction of Maine people–doctors, nurses, patients, and families–and their stories ring true in every sense. The cover photograph is of a “left-handed house” referred to in the story “Left-handed Favor,” of the Biddeford-Saco general practitioner who used a secret code with his office and local pharmacist to help indigent patients.
Reading these wonderful testimonials was like walking into the dining room, to find it full of energetic people from around the country and abroad, engaged in conversations about their work and their lives. Makers of all kinds are represented in these pages–professionals and amateurs, first-time students, and those who have been here many times. Perhaps the most remarkable thing about …