Along the Union River weaves together more than two hundred images with intriguing and informative text to create an immensely enjoyable journey through the history of the towns along the banks of Maine's majestic Union River and its tributaries. The region comprising Hancock and Penobscot Counties was originally settled by soldiers who came to work in the woods and tanneries. Soon, supporting industries, stores, copper shops, lumber camps, and ladies millinery shops were established, but it was the shipbuilding industry that flourished most prominently. Here, we explore Bingham Millions, Mariaville's qGreenhouse Settlement, q and Lucerne's qLittle Switzerland, q and experience the wild beauty of this world-famous countryside.The photograph above was taken during the three-day festivities surrounding the Atlanta premiere of Gone With the Wind. ... It also provided a comfortable space for sexual nonconformists, among them Harvey M. Smith Jr., an interior decorator anbsp;...
|Title||:||Gay and Lesbian Atlanta|
|Author||:||Wesley Chenault, Stacy Braukman|
|Publisher||:||Arcadia Publishing - 2008|