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Image from page 159 of “In pine-tree jungles : a handbook for sportsmen and campers in the great Maine woods” (1902)
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Title: In pine-tree jungles : a handbook for sportsmen and campers in the great Maine woods
Year: 1902 (1900s)
Authors: Bangor and Aroostook Railroad Company Clifford, Fred H
Subjects: Outdoor life — Maine Maine — Description and travel
Publisher: Bangor : Bangor & Aroostook Railroad Company
Contributing Library: New York Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN
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Churchilland Long lakes. Peaked Mt., andSewell Deadwater. Reached via INIoosehead Lake or Masardis and O.xbow. Follow the Senator!COME! Arbo & Libby, Oxbow, fie. Mention B. &= A. Guide in Writing Advertisers. CAMPS, HOTELS. CIJMMINGS CAMPS Aroostook County, Me. The only sporting camps on the chain of Fish River Lakes, extending over 60 miles. Situated North of Caribou.Consult map for location. The Home of theLargest Square-Tailed Troutand LandlockedSalmon in Maine. The best Moose-hunting in the State. References given as to its quality. Every hunter satisfied. A home in the Maine woods for those seeking rest from business cares. Camps cosy and comfort- :ilile. Splendid view. Vegetable L:,irden supplies table; milk from our own cows. Good cooking a feature. Air rarefied; medicinal springs near by. An ideal family resort. d families. Guests met at the Jemtland to camp, the first 13 miles over a good of sporting parties or use in bad weather Daily mails at camps. Guides, canoes.
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Rates, a day; special rates for season and to parties anstation. Van Buren Extension, B. & A. R.R., and conveyedturnpike road, to Cross Lake Inn (recently built for recreationon way to .Square Lake camps), thence six miles by water,and boats furnished sportsmen. For particulars address D. L.. Cuxnmings (St, Son, Box 269 , Houlton, Me., or Jemtland, Me. ^^HE^ MLIL^O HOJiS£ is one of the best hotels of its size inMaine. New, with fine rooms well furnished; first-class table; steam heat;fireplaces; bath connected in all rooms. Many diives to first-class fishing waters.Fine livery connected. Write for terms. A. F. SPEARING, Prop., Milo, Maine. BUCK HORN CAMPS. Jo Mary I^aKe. BERT HAYNES, camp-owner and registered guide, (P. O.) Norcross, Me., would like to hear fromparties wishing to try hunting or fishing at famous Jo Mary. Knows this territory like a book.Also, experienced guide for hunting or fishing in West Branch and Katahdin territory. Write forterms. Special rates to summe
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