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Allagash: A Journey Through Time on Maine's Legendary Wilderness Waterway

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Allagash the name itself evokes a sense of awe and adventure that only this wilderness area can convey. In Allagash, Gil Gilpatrick skillfully weaves fact and fiction to whisk you back through time on this legendary waterway. The facts in this exciting book are based on careful research the fiction is based on facts that are known combined with careful speculation of what could have happened.

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Overview

Allagash the name itself evokes a sense of awe and adventure that only this wilderness area can convey. In Allagash, Gil Gilpatrick skillfully weaves fact and fiction to whisk you back through time on this legendary waterway. The facts in this exciting book are based on careful research the fiction is based on facts that are known combined with careful speculation of what could have happened.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781565234871
  • Publisher: Fox Chapel Publishing Company, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/1/2011
  • Pages: 232
  • Sales rank: 946,355
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Gil Gilpatrick has been a Master Maine Guide for over 40 years and taught Outdoor Resources at the Skowhegan Vocational Center in Maine for nearly 30 years. He has written extensively about his experiences in the outdoors and his knowledge of how to build outdoor equipment.

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Table of Contents

Introduction
Part One, Allagash Wilderness Waterway
*Prologue
*Chapter One, Put Ins
*Chapter Two, Chamberlain Lake
*Chapter Three, Eagle Lake
*Chapter Four, Churchill Lake and Chase Rapids
*Chapter Five, Umsaskis and Long Lake
*Chapter Six, Round Pond
*Chapter Seven, Allagash Falls
*Chapter Eight, To Allagash Village
Part Two, Lumbering in the Early Years
*Prologue, Bangor
*Chapter Nine, Dam It All
*Chapter Ten, Mushrat Murphy
*Chapter Eleven, The Tramway
*Chapter Twelve, Jill Pokes in the Willywags
*Chapter Thirteen, Eagle Lake & West Branch Railroad
*Chapter Fourteen, Big Jim's Crew
*Epilogue
Part Three, Native Americans
*Prologue
*Chapter Fifteen, The Bear Clan
*Chapter Sixteen, Hawk In Flight's Moose
*Chapter Seventeen, The Burn
*Chapter Eighteen, Reunion with Grey Wolf
*Chapter Nineteen, Rogue Bear
*Chapter Twenty, The Goose Hunt
*Chapter Twenty one, Running Bear's Journey
*Chapter Twenty two, Winter Camp
*Epilogue

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