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ISBN: 978-1-29713-198-8

A historical trilogy telling about how a tiny freshwater island in Maine developed from the First Nations Abenaki people to grow with settlers and investors building a community that thrived for about 100 years. Book one published and available below. Book two tells about the numerous businesses that sprang from the efforts of the 100 inhabitants who chose to live there. Book three will highlight the work of Steve Powell, resident biologist for 20 years, who kept meticulous records on wildlife: geese, ducks, deer, etc. and how it became a State of Maine property known as the STEVE POWELL WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT PARK/ISLAND.

The first chapter of book one is FREE, CLICK on above menu category:

BOOK ONE NOW AVAILABLE category! Read on……

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GULF OF MAINE BOOKSTORE – MAINE STREET, BRUNSWICK, MAINE

SENATOR ANGUS KING – T. BLEN PARKER

at GULF OF MAINE BOOKS, BRUNSWICK, MAINE

FOR more information on visiting this birding, hiking, camping destination:

https://www.maine.gov/ifw/programs-resources/recreational-opportunities/swan-island/index.html

WATCH THE VIDEO OF THE SWAN ISLAND STORY !

T. BLEN PARKER is interviewed in 2019 for a video created by Patrick Bonsant, Director of Saco Valley Public Television, an award winning documentary of Swan Island photos and historical preview.
Northeast bicentennial film awards in 2020
New England and NY
CONTACT THE AUTHOR: T. BLEN PARKER