Title

"North by East" piece on: a storm that tore away the last three masts on the Lut

Authors

Source

Down East

Date

2-1-1996

Pages

29-31

Abstract

"North by East" piece on: a storm that tore away the last three masts on the Luther Little, mired in mud beside the ship Hesper, and Wiscasset's attempt to salvage the familiar waterfront symbols; the Maine Wolf Coalition's hot line for reports of timber wolf sightings; the ubiquity of Bean boots, worn even by judges in court; the University of Southern Maine's School of Applied Science, which runs the state's only product-testing laboratory; a proposal to extend Interstate 95 north of Houlton; and the International Appalachian Trail (IAT) project to extend the Appalachian Trail from Maine into Canada.

Subjects

Footwear, Hesper (Schooner), International Appalachian Trail, Luther Little (Schooner), Maine Wolf Coaltion, University of Southern Maine School of Applied Science, Wolves

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