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Life on an Island: Early Settlers Off the Rock-Bound Coast of Maine

examines the difficult lives and environment of everyday people on several of the 5,000 islands off the coast of Maine. It features stories about family life and includes a business ledger, personal journal, and other documents. (National Park Service, Teaching with Historic Places)

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Little Cranberry Island in 1870: The Blue Duck (left center with end chimney) and original Samuel Hadlock store (center). (From tintype by Mr. Bragg. Acadia National Park)

Little Cranberry Island, 1870


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