Maine at 200: An Anecdotal History Celebrating Two Centuries of Statehood (Hardcover)
In honor of the Pine Tree State's bicentennial, historian Tom Huntington presents an anecdotal history of the state, covering the course of Maine's often turbulent history, decade by decade.
About the Author
Tom Huntington is the author of Maine Roads to Gettysburg, Searching for George Gordon Meade: The Forgotten Victor of Gettysburg, as well as Guide to Gettysburg Battlefield Monuments, Pennsylvania Civil War Trails, and Ben Franklin's Philadelphia. His book The Walker includes humorous essays about pop culture and memory. Huntington is also the former editor of American History and Historic Traveler magazines, and his writing has appeared in many publications, including Smithsonian, Air & Space, American Heritage, Invention & Technology, British Heritage, and Yankee. Although born and bred in Augusta, Maine, he now lives in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania.