Title

From the Revolutionary War until the middle of this century, the Teel family occ

Authors

Charles McLane

Source

Island Journal

Date

1992

Volume Number

Volume 9

Pages

78

Abstract

From the Revolutionary War until the middle of this century, the Teel family occupied all of Teel Island, off Port Clyde. It had the longest single-family occupancy of any Maine coast island. Detailed history; period photos; Andrew Wyeth painting.

Subjects

Teel family, Teel Island

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