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St. Castin (Romance of the Maine Coast - Volume V)

$15.95

The Land of St. Castin was the last 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 1909. Included are the illustrations as were provided in the original work. From the Epistle Dedicatory: "History these stories are, but served al fresco with something of the flavor of the romance which attaches to far-off happenings and things; and I apprehend that to each of my readers the coloring may suggest a different dye. Like a succession of sunsets, it is ever the same sun and the same horizon, yet each set of sun is a glory by itself, as unlike its predecessor as the human experience of one day is unlike that of another. The Land of St. Castin is a delightful country, as are all lands where linger the myth, the tradition, and the legend. It is a delightful environment in which to leave the reader, after so much of the lore of the Dryasdust sort oftentimes confounded with the legitimate lore of the antiquary; for this salt-savored land is rich with the liveliest suggestion. It was the wide domain of the Bashaba, the glow of whose slowsetting suns wrought miracles of splendor along the shaggy tops of its wilderness woods, and painted on their dusky horizons the pinnacled towers of a city like what Patmian John saw as the reascending New Jerusalem." Other books in this series are: Olde Cascoe, Olde York, The Sokoki Trail and Olde Pemaquid. 6x9, softcover, 221 pages. ISBN: 9781935573104.