From its source in New Hampshire's White Mountains to its mouth at Saco-Biddeford, the Saco River draws visitors and residents alike to swim, fish, canoe, and white-water kayak. The Saco brought tourists to the White Mountains and influenced the development of both large and small towns, shaping their history and creating bustling centers of industry. The Saco River documents the river through postcards from 1905 to the 1940s, when mills dominated the landscape.
|Publisher:||Arcadia Publishing SC|
|Series:||Postcard History Series|
|Product dimensions:||6.50(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.40(d)|
About the Author
David Robinson and his daughter, Elizabeth Tanefis, have spent many years living on the Saco River in Steep Falls. Robinson is a local historian with an extensive personal collection of images of the Saco River. He serves on the board of the Saco River Corridor Commission, is a trustee of the Old Red Church in Standish, and participates in numerous civic initiatives. Tanefis resides in Boston where she is actively involved in environmental health issues and serves on an advisory council to the mayor.