Tom Seymour's Maine: A Maine Anthology

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iUniverse, 2003 - History - 108 pages
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In Tom Seymour's Maine, the author brings to life fascinating vignettes from Maine's colorful past. From early life in the vast Maine woods to favorite recipes of coastal residents, the book is fast-moving and spellbinding from start to finish. Experience the tension as Maine residents evacuate their homes during the British Invasion of 1814. Learn how to prepare bean-hole-beans and fall in love with some wonderful Maine old-timers.

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About the author (2003)

Tom Seymour is an award-winning outdoor columnist and book author and a regular contributor to "Maine Fish and Wildlife" magazine. July, 2006, marks the twentieth anniversary of Tom's award-winning outdoor column, Waldo County Outdoors, which appears in The Republican Journal. Tom's book credits include "Hiking Maine, Fishing Maine, Foraging New England" and the soon-to-be-released "Birding Maine," also by FalconGuide. Additionally, Tom wrote "Tom Seymour's Maine, A Maine Anthology "and edited and updated "Maine off The Beaten Path," Globe Pequot Press. Tom is a registered Maine Guide.

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