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The Sokoki Trail (Romance of the Maine Coast - Volume III)

$15.95

The Sokoki Trail was the third of five volumes of the Maine Pioneer Settlements, Romance of the Maine Coast, series, as published by Herbert M. Sylvester. This book was originally published in 1907. Included are the illustrations as were provided in the original work. From The Forerunners chapter: "As to the origin of the Abenake, the original Indian family of northeastern North America, if one were to delve deeply enough into the history of races, crossing over the desert of conjecture into certainty, one might undoubtedly trace its ancestral beginnings over the northwestern ice floes of Behring Strait into the northern limits of Asia; but that were an impossibility, for the lack of even savage tradition. Only racial characteristics are left for the ethnologist. The Abenake, of which the Sokoki were a strong branch, are worthy of a moment’s attention, for the reason that the reader is about to make a personally conducted tour through the country once the patriarchal domain of this Indian family, of whom the famous Paugus was the last and most notable chief. According to M. Ventromile, the Abenake comprised a large portion of the Indian race commorant to the country between Virginia and Nova Scotia. In fact they comprised it in its entirety." Other books in this series are: Olde Cascoe, Olde York, Olde Pemaquid and The Land of St. Castin. 6x9, softcover, 269 pages. ISBN: 9781935573081.