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Dud Dean Maine Guide: Tales of Hunting and Fishing

By Arthur R. Macdougall, Jr.

Freeport, Maine: Bond Wheelwright, 1974. xi, 171 pp. Softcover. Stories of fishing and hunting in the Upper Kennebec region of Maine with master guide Dud Dean. This is a reprint of Dud Dean and His Country including all of the Weiler illustrations in the trade edition. Many of these stories first appeared in Field and Stream and other sporting magazines of the era. VG+. Soft Cover. VG+. Illus. by Milton C. Weiler.

$18.00

Eagle Lake: The History of a Lumbering Town in Aroostook County, Maine

By Oullette, James C.

Brunswick, Maine: Harpswell Press, 1980. 128 pp. Red cloth, title gilt on spine. With 2 maps and with photographs of logging operations, mills, hunting camps, etc. With footnotes and bibliography. Contains a very few pencil marginal notes in a small, neat handwriting else Near Fine. First Edition. Hard Cover. VG+.

$40.00

A History of Lumbering in Maine 1820 - 1861

By Wood, Richard G.

Orono, Maine: University Press, 1961. Maine Studies, No. 33. Green cloth. 267 pp. With a new introduction by David Smith, author of a sequel to this book. First thus. The less common hardcover edition. With folding map, a facsimile of Coffin's 1835 Plan of Maine Public lands, tipped in at back. Illustrated with maps, photographs, and illustrations. Includes bibliography and index. . Hard Cover. Fine/VG+.

$50.00

Woodsmen, Horses, and Dynamite Rough Pulpwood Operating in Northwestern Maine, 1935-1940

By Hilton, C. Max, F.E.

Orono, Maine: University of Maine Press, 2004. viii, 197 pp. Trade paperback. With 2 folding maps, various tables and 63 drawings and photographs of logging equipment. This book gives detailed information on the harvesting and transportation pf pulpwood to mills - a topic seldom covered, just after forest tractors and other motorized vehicles were first put to use, and while horses were still a major part of logging operations. Fine . Fine.

$25.00

Woods and Lakes of Maine: A Canoe Trip from Moosehead Lake to New Brunswick in 1881
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Woods and Lakes of Maine: A Canoe Trip from Moosehead Lake to New Brunswick in 1881

By Hubbard, Lucius L.

Somersworth, New Hampshire: New Hampshire Publishing Co., 1971. 223 pp. With foreword written by Maine U.S. Senator Edmund Muskie in 1971. Fine in scuffed dust jacket with a few minor tears.. Hard Cover. Fine/GVG.

$50.00

Manly Hardy (1832-1910): The Life and Writing of a Maine Fur-Buyer, Hunter and Naturalist

By Krohn, William B., Compiled and Introduced By

Orono, Maine: Maine Folklife Center, 2005. 343 pp. Softcover. Already scarce. Hardy was a Maine fur trader and the father of Fannie Hardy Eckstorm. A collection of Hardy's articles and essays on the Maine woods and its inhabitants, including a 78 page biographical sketch of Hardy by Krohn. With photographs, maps and illustrations. Articles range from two long works about trips in the North Woods of Maine to shorter articles about caribou, cougar, lynx, moose, sea mink (extinct), and other wildlife species. Many were first published in Forest and Stream and Shooting and Fishing; others were first published in scientific journals. Includes annotated bibliography of Hardy's published works, footnotes, and index. Near Fine. First Edition. Trade Paperback.

$125.00

Manly Hardy (1832-1910): The Life and Writing of a Maine Fur-Buyer, Hunter and Naturalist

By Krohn, William B., Compiled and Introduced By

Orono, Maine: Maine Folklife Center, 2005. 343 pp. Hardcover edition, one of only 200 printed and already quite scarce. Signed by the author. Hardy was a Maine fur trader and the father of Fannie Hardy Eckstorm. A collection of Hardy's articles and essays on the Maine woods and its inhabitants, including a 78 page biographical sketch of Hardy by Krohn. With photographs, maps and illustrations. Articles range from two long works about trips in the North Woods of Maine to shorter articles about caribou, cougar, lynx, moose, sea mink (extinct), and other wildlife species. Many were first published in Forest and Stream and Shooting and Fishing; others were first published in scientific journals. Includes annotated bibliography of Hardy's published works, footnotes, and index. Fine. Signed. First Edition. Hard Cover.

$165.00

Manly Hardy (1832-1910): The Life and Writing of a Maine Fur-Buyer, Hunter and Naturalist

By Krohn, William B., Compiled and Introduced By

Orono, Maine: Maine Folklife Center, 2005. 343 pp. Softcover. Signed by the author. Already scarce. Hardy was a Maine fur trader and the father of Fannie Hardy Eckstorm. A collection of Hardy's articles and essays on the Maine woods and its inhabitants, including a 78 page biographical sketch of Hardy by Krohn. With photographs, maps and illustrations. Articles range from two long works about trips in the North Woods of Maine to shorter articles about caribou, cougar, lynx, moose, sea mink (extinct), and other wildlife species. Many were first published in Forest and Stream and Shooting and Fishing; others were first published in scientific journals. Includes annotated bibliography of Hardy's published works, footnotes, and index. Fine. Signed. First Edition. Trade Paperback.

$135.00

Memories of Ebeeme. The Delights of Nature and Living at a Summer Camp in Maine

By Jenkins, Sue

New York: Exposition Press, 1959. Aqua green cloth. Signed by the author. "Ebeeme is a beautiful Maine lake. Actually it is a chain of three ponds, not one lake. It is in Piscataquis Country. One of the three branches of the Pleasant River flows into West Ebeeme..." Fine in VG+ dust jacket.. Signed. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/VG+.

$35.00

Memories of Ebeeme. The Delights of Nature and Living at a Summer Camp in Maine

By Jenkins, Sue

New York: Exposition Press, 1959. Aqua green cloth. 43 pp. "Ebeeme is a beautiful Maine lake. Actually it is a chain of three ponds, not one lake. It is in Piscataquis Country. One of the three branches of the Pleasant River flows into West Ebeeme..." Fine in VG dust jacket.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/VG.

$30.00

Joshua Gross Rich (1820-1897) the Life and Works of a Western Maine Pioneer and Wildlife Writer

By Krohn, William B.

Orono, ME: Maine Folklife Center, 2010. (Northeast Folklore, XLIII) xii, 209 pp. Signed by Krohn. Color frontispiece map. With illustrations, maps and photographs. Krohn gives a detailed account of Rich's life, followed by six articles by Rich, originally published in various sporting magazines. Articles include: Life in the Rangeley Wilderness, The Kennebago Mountian Cave, and The Woodland Caribou. Rich was a Maine guide and trapper. He began and operated what was possibly the first fishing resort on the Rangeley Lakes: Angler's Retreat. With annotated bibliography, footnotes, appendix and index. Fine. . Signed. First Edition. Hard Cover.

$37.00

A History of Lumbering in Maine 1820 - 1861

By Wood, Richard G.

Orono, Maine: University Press, 1961. University Of Maine Studies, Second Series, Number 33. 267 pp. Softcover. With folding map, a facsimile of Coffin's 1835 Plan of Maine Public lands, tipped in at back. Illustrated with maps, photographs, and illustrations. Includes bibliography and index. In Near Fine condition, unusual for the softcover edition, which is normally found worn and soiled.. Near Fine.

$35.00

Dud Dean Maine Guide: Tales of Hunting and Fishing

By Arthur R. Macdougall, Jr.

Freeport, Maine: Bond Wheelwright, 1974. xi, 171 pp. Softcover. Stories of fishing and hunting in the Upper Kennebec region of Maine with master guide Dud Dean. This is a reprint of Dud Dean and His Country including all of the Weiler illustrations in the trade edition. Many of these stories first appeared in Field and Stream and other sporting magazines of the era. Near Fine. Soft Cover. Near Fine. Illus. by Milton C. Weiler.

$25.00