The rich history of the Appalachian Trail in Maine--the last stretch to be blazed in the 1930s, today regarded by many as the toughest and most rewarding--is captured in about 200 photographs. They were collected and described by the living expert on that state's Trail: Dave Field, a Trail volunteer since the 1950s, former ATC chair who served about three decades on its board, and retired foresty professor. He drew on his personal collection, Maine A.T. Club archives, and Maine State Library archives (much of which came from ATC) for this latest in the Images of America series.
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