Title

In the 1930s, Boston industrialist and yachtsman Thomas Cabot began cruising Mai

Authors

Thomas D. Cabot

Source

Island Journal

Date

1991

Volume Number

Volume 8

Pages

35

Abstract

In the 1930s, Boston industrialist and yachtsman Thomas Cabot began cruising Maine's islands and eventually buying them for his personal use and that of the islands' squatter tenants. By 1950 he had acquired a reputation for being willing to pay $100 for any good-sized wooded island, and had acquired 41 of them, including Cross, Buckle, and Butter Islands. Part two of two. Details.

Subjects

Islands, Cabot, Thomas D

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