An illustration from Thomas Sedgwick Steele's 1880 edition of Canoe and Camera. In this section, he wrote, "Passing the mouth of the Big and Little Seboois rivers, we pitched our tent on the left bank of the river near a place known as Hunt's Farm. The solitary log-house and barn on Hunt's farm were erected some forty-three years ago, and are located on high ground in a picturesque bend of the Penobscot river" (p. 129).
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Canoe and Camera by Thomas Sedgwick Steele, 1880 edition
woodcut illustrations, Maine woods, Penobscot River, canoe trips