Short poem about the sort of men who worked to drive logs down the rivers of Maine to its many lumber mills, and the natural dangers these men encountered. Written by a Maine writer and published in the 15th collection from the Maine Writers' Conference at Ocean Park, Old Orchard Beach, Maine.
An "Images of America" series, pictorial history of the city of Augusta - Maine's capital - with images and captions from the late nineteenth through the first half of the twentieth century. Augusta's place in Maine state politics; its early families, businesses, and city structures; leisure-time activities. One chapter devoted to Augusta's Franco American community, its people and its insitutions.