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Historic Acadia National Park

By: Catherine Schmitt(Author)
224 pages, 50 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Lyons Press
Historic Acadia National Park
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If parks could speak, what would they say? Historic Acadia National Park is a vibrant collection of true stories that share different aspects of Acadia National Park's history. From its glacial origins, to its rising peaks near the tourist-town Bar Harbor, Acadia has a unique and fascinating history for Down Easters and tourists alike. Many of the tales focus on some of Maine's most famous land formations including Pulpit Rock, Sargent Mountain Pond, Mount Desert Rock, Otter Creek, and even the Trenton Bridge.

Learn about the people who first walked these woods and how Acadia National Park evolved into the national treasure it is today.

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Catherine Schmitt is an environmental scientist who has conducted water-quality research in Maine and done work in the red maple swamps of the Connecticut River Valley. She is communications coordinator for Maine Sea Grant and conveys research findings and information about ocean and coastal issues to both public and commercial audiences. A frequent contributor to newspapers and magazines, she lives in Bangor, Maine.

By: Catherine Schmitt(Author)
224 pages, 50 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Lyons Press
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