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About the Author: Jack Ahern

Jack Ahern is Professor of Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, Massachusetts.



12 thoughts on “Bound for Munsungun, The History of the Early Sporting Camps of Northern Maine - Family Heirloom Edition

  1. says:

    Jack s reference book is a testament to the history of Northern Maine The book is full of interesting stories and facts taken from those northern woods Some of the chronicles include famous people such as Jack Dempsey and Teddy Roosevelt The book also serves as a genealogical record for some of the Maine inhabitants of that time, including the Atkins and Libby Families The text is nicely enhanced by the numerous illustrations, including photos, maps and old advertisements If you are passionate about history, hunting fishing or the back woods of Maine, this is a great book to curl up with


  2. says:

    Bound for Munsungun, the History of the Early Sporting Camps of Northern Maine Family Heirloom Edition by Jack Ahern, is the new enhanced version of his 2008 sold out book This book has a new hard cover and is printed on higher quality paper It has 22 pages than the first book and has approximately 50 new images, including photos of Theodore Roosevelt and many of the Munsungun guides, along with images of Native American artifacts It also has a larger index to include the new material This enhanced second edition first hardcover edition was printed in very limited quantities.


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