Title

To join in community life, newcomers to Maine islands are forced to learn to thi

Source

Island Journal

Date

1990

Volume Number

Volume 7

Pages

36

Abstract

To join in community life, newcomers to Maine islands are forced to learn to think like islanders, who eschew red tape, verbiage, community planning, and the inability to keep quiet. Their values are centered on stability, service, and humility. Detailed essay with numerous examples.

Subjects

Islands

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