National Geographic : 1935 May
PINE-SCENTED, HARBOR-DENTED MAINE RED-COATED CAMP GIRLS TAKE TO THE BRIDLE PATH BY SEBAGO LAKE The State was a leader in establishing summer camps for boys and girls. campers usually live in cottages, each under the wing of a counselor. A dinner ously caused the horses to prick their ears. Groups of six to ten gong pounded vigor- © National Geographic Society rinlay rnotograpns uy n. nunony oJcwur LOBSTER POTS CHOKE THE PIER AT NEW HARBOR, OLD DESPITE ITS NAME Captain John Smith, on his exploratory voyage along the New England coast in 1614, found Englishmen had traded with Indians near this almost landlocked port. Clusters of buoys, not corn, festoon the side of the fish shed.