Fly Rod Crosby: the woman who marketed Maine

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Tilbury House, Oct 1, 2000 - Biography & Autobiography - 210 pages
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Cornelia Thurza Crosby (1854-1946) stood six feet tall, was the first woman to legally shoot a caribou in Maine, held the first Maine Guide license issued, caught 200 trout in one day (she was an early advocate of catch-and-release), did not believe women should have the vote, was friends with Annie Oakley, and worked tirelessly to promote the sporting life in Maine. Over a hundred turn-of-the-century photographs create a fascinating picture of the Maine woods and one of Maine's most unusual women.

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Contents

Queening It Over the Big Trout
14
Pink Teas a Stuffed Moose and Indian Maidens
33
Sidelined but Still Shooting
47
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

Shettleworth attended Deering High School, Colby College, and Boston University. He currently serves as chair of the Capitol Planning Commission and the State House and Capitol Park Commission for the Maine Historic Preservation Commission.