The Maine
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Tag: generation

Tripping Over History Every Day

text by Kaitlin Webber originally published by The Working Waterfront Tintype of Solomon Barbour, 1815-1896. Barbour moved to Swan’s Island in the early 1800s and was a baker with his own shop.Photo courtesy of the Brad Ames Collection, Swan’s Island Historical Society. One of the tougher aspects of being a newcomer to an island is keeping […]

Land Determines Your Livelihood

originally posted by Tons Of Land Faithful Venture is a farm located in Searsmont Maine, a working class community fifteen miles inland from the upscale tourist region on the coast.  In 2001 Glendon was running a small dairy farm, was married, had three children, and had a full-time job as a state dairy inspector.  Today, […]

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