Title

Warren Island in West Penobscot Bay is Maine's only offshore State Park. It was

Authors

Mike Brown

Source

Island Journal

Date

1989

Volume Number

Volume 6

Pages

16

Abstract

Warren Island in West Penobscot Bay is Maine's only offshore State Park. It was a fishing and farming residence during the Revolutionary War era, then became the summer home of Philadelphia miller William Folwell, whose influence remains to this day. Today it is the only state park reachable by every type of boat. Detailed history of the island and its founders and buildings.

Subjects

State parks and reserves, Warren Island

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