The Dogtown Guide
An illustrated pocked sized book filled with maps as well as historical tidbits. Includes a color map that shows the old roads, locations of cellar holes, Gloucester's first mill built in 1642 and other sites. The wilderness area was home to a forgotten 18th century hamlet, inhabited by early settlers of the Colonial period and later by society's pariahs and even a freed slave.
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According to Babson Adams Pines Trail Alewife Brook arrow in Figure Babson Boulder Trail Babson Reservoir Briar Swamp Cape Ann Carlotto Common Road Commons Settlement crosses Dennison Street Dogtown Common Dogtown Road Eastern Avenue end of Briar enter Dogtown Gee Avenue Geographic Coordinates global positioning system Gloucester Gloucester’s first mill Going left Goose Cove Reservoir Granny Day's Heading north hill Figure intersection Ipswich Bay Lanesville Luce Trail Lurvey Meeting House mile Moraine Trail Nellie’s Trails north dam Old Gravel Road old road Old Rockport Road parking lot past Peter’s Pulpit Prosperity Follows Service railroad tracks Road Figure roads and trails Rockport Town Forest Roger Babson’s secondary trail service road south end Squam Path Squam Road Stanwood stonewall Tarr Trail Tent Rock terminal moraine terrain Town Forest Trail traffic circle Trail branches Trail Figure Trail Map Uncle Andrew’s Rock Walking wall wetlands Whale’s Jaw Wharf Road Wine Brook woods