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Invented in the deep Maine woods during the 19th century, this wood and canvas canoe became, in the hands of the Chestnut family, the world-renowned Chestnut Canoe the most famous canoe in Canada's vast northern landscape and equally well known in the northern parts of the United States.
|Product dimensions:||9.08(w) x 7.08(h) x 0.57(d)|
About the Author
A former teacher and PR consultant, Finley Martin is a prolific writer. His poetry and short stories have appeared in Inscape, The Oyster in the Ooze, Voices Down East, and were broadcast over a CBC Radio production, We Are the Wind and More (Maritime Poets 1973). He has given poetry readings in Ottawa, Ontario; Charlottetown, P.E.I.; Sackville, N.B.; and over CBC Charlottetown. He has ghost-written pieces that appeared in numerous newspapers and magazines and has produced documentaries for CBC Radio. He has authored two books A View From the Bridge and New Atlantic Writing.