Camden Maine harbor with three masted schooner on railway.

the Maine Coast

Snapshots of places near Fire Gold...

Maine was one of the first places in the New World to have Old World colonists. My family got here in 1745, and starved. We're doing better now.

Lighthouse at Camden Maine harbor. Portland Maine harbor as seen in 1832. Maine harbor family. Harbor full of sailing boats. Islesboro Maine dock in fog. White four masted schooner launch. boat Wings of Grace built by French & Webb and lettered in gold by Peter Achorn. Ribs of the Dana Story being raised. the Percy Small in Bath Maine.yacht Tumblehome built by Lyman-Morse and lettered by Peter Achorn.Schooner and dory on coast of Maine.building the Governor Ames in Waldoboro Maine.1919 launch of the Doris Hamlin.Marshall Point lighthouse, Port Clyde, MaineCamden Maine docks and railway. Maine island ferry. Camden Maine harbor full of boats in summer.steam ship Portland ship Governor Ames in Waldoboro MaineMount Battie above Camden harbor full of boats. Six masted schooner in Camden harbor.
Inspecting deck beams of ship.Painting bottom of ship in New Bedford, Mass.Keel and ribbs of ship.
Killer whale washed ashore in Tenants Harbor, MaineMontpellier, home of Henry Knox in Thomaston Maineship Elvira Ball at sail.Lumbermen riding logs down riverLoggers riding dorries down river.Sinking ship and setting sun.Southern Island lignthouse and bell tower in St. George, Maine.Iced over crew boat on 700 Acre Island not ready for the trip back to the mainland. Lighthouse in Rockland, Maine harbor.
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