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The second chapter in a history of Schoodic Cove that explores the history of Schoodic Lake Camps and how the Gourleys managed by exceedingly hard work and charm to provide a few hundred families with outdoor vacations in the tradition of the Maine Sporting Camp. This chapter includes Part 5: William J. Gourley and Katherine Maud Stowe Gourley; Part 6: Buying Schoodic Lake Camps and Raising a Family; Part 7: Expanding and Improving the Business; Part 8: Maintenance: Wood, Water, Telephone and the Camp Road; Part 9: Docks, Boats, Motors and Guests--Fisherman and Hunters; Part 10: Those Who Came to Camp; Part 11: Major Construction Projects; and Part 12: Time for a Change.
Gallagher, Mary A. Y., "Schoodic Cove: A History, Chapter 2, The Gourley Years (1940 to 1972)" (2021). Maine History Documents. 490.
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