National Geographic : 1935 May
PINE-SCENTED, HARBOR-DENTED MAINE C .Natlonal tCeograpnic society Finlay Photograph by B. Anthony Stewart WHO DOES NOT ENJOY CLAMBERING OVER SUCH ROCKS TO WATCI BOOMING SURF? Pemaquid Point Light has warned ships away from the rock-ribbed coast of Maine for more than a century. A clanging bell buoy, moored offshore, recently replaced the fog bell affixed to the house near the point. Samoset, the friendly Indian chief who greeted the Pilgrims at Plymouth, gave an Englishman title to this soil in 1625.