A guide to retracing Benedict Arnold's 1775 wilderness march to Quebec, with lux
A guide to retracing Benedict Arnold's 1775 wilderness march to Quebec, with luxury accommodations along the way. Beginning at the mouth of the Kennebec River, highlighted stops include the Popham Beach Bed & Breakfast, near Fort Popham; the Kennebec Tavern and Marina in Bath; the Major Reuben Colburn House Museum in Pittston; the Senator Inn & Spa in Augusta; the Yeaton Farm Inn Bed & Breakfast in Belgrade; the History Museum House in Skowhegan; the Birches Wilderness Resort at The Forks; and Le Chateau Frontenac in Quebec. This trek is based upon "Following Their Footsteps," a history and guidebook of the Arnold Expedition, written by Stephen Clark.
Arnold's route through Maine
Clark, Stephen, "A guide to retracing Benedict Arnold's 1775 wilderness march to Quebec, with lux" (2004). Maine News Index – Portland Monthly. 614.
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