3 edition of St. Aspenquid of Mt. Agamenticus found in the catalog.
St. Aspenquid of Mt. Agamenticus
Filmed from a copy of the original publication held by the Izaak Walton Killam Memorial Library, Dalhousie University. Ottawa : Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions, 1980.
|Statement||by John Albee.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 08182|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 microfiche (17 fr.).|
|Number of Pages||17|
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Brian Michaud, who also goes by his Native American name, Spirit Bear, moved the first stone from the St. Aspinquid Rock Pile to its new home closer to the summit of Mount Agamenticus Author: Susan Morse. I loved the Big A and the memories of St. Aspinquid who is buried at the top of Mt.
Agamenticus." Edward Suffern, Jan. 17, "I skied the St. Aspenquid of Mt. Agamenticus book A a couple of times with my family in the late s travelling up from Ipswich, MA. Aspenquid Of Mt. Agamenticus. An Indian Idyl [Albee, John [from old catalo] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Aspinquid. He is most likely a literary invention based loosely on the life of 17th century Indian sagamore Passaconaway. (see links below) St. Aspinquid Memorial The plaque reads: “DiedAged Aspinquid was an Indian medicine man was believed by all the tribes of Indians and Views: 1K.
Is the mysterious St Aspinquid actually "Abinquid". Is it Really Abinquid of Agamenticus. READ: Imaginary Legend of St. Aspinquid. Don Awalt of Nova Scotia says I am dead wrong about Saint Aspinquid of York, Maine. I suggested that the legendary Indian of Mount Agamenticus may be a fictional character patched together by white historians in.
Beginning Monday, May 18th, the Town of York will stage the initial re-opening of its beaches, parks and recreation facilities. This includes Mount Agamenticus, with some restrictions still in place. Parking is limited.
There will be NO amenities. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) http Author: John Albee. Carter, George Calvin, "Passaconaway: The Greatest of the New England Indians" (published transcript of speech) (Manchester, NH: Granite State Press, ) Drake, Samuel Adams, "St.
Aspenquid of Agamenticus," A Book of New England Legends and Folk Lore (Boston: Roberts Brothers, ), pp. Get this from a library. Aspenquid of Mt. Agamenticus: an Indian idyl. [John Albee]. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) http Author: [from old catalog] John Albee.
The Mount Agamenticus region covers nea acres ( km²) in the southern Maine towns of Eliot, Ogunquit, South Berwick, Wells and is now a park reservation which provides habitat for wildlife and a venue for recreation.
At the mountain peak is the burial place of Mi'kmaq Chief St. Aspinquid. Mount Agamenticus is also affectionately known as "Big A," the former ski slope's. Free 2-day shipping. Buy St. Aspenquid of Mt; Agamenticus: An Indian Idyl (Classic Reprint) at “Saint Aspinquid” is a bundle of legends associated with an apparently short-lived annual festival in the Canadian Maritimes (possibly concurrent with a Mi’kmaq tribal spring festival), a rock formation in Point Pleasant Park in Halifax called St Aspinquid’s Chapel, and a succession of rock piles on Mount Agamenticus in York, Maine.
A tiny battle is brewing over whether to disturb a pile of rocks atop Mt Agamenticus in York, Maine. Town officials and land conservators want to move the rocks to enhance the landscaping.
A few Native American descendants object. The rocks, they say, are a monument to an ancient Indian leader named St. Aspinquid and mark a sacred place.
Yet the "legend" of the praying Indian of Agamenticus persists. There is an Aspinquid Inn today near the beach in Ogunquit and a St. Aspinquid Masonic Lodge in nearby York. Local historians still quote from Edward Moody's "Handbook History" of York () that offers precise, but wholly unsupported, details of Aspinquid's life and death.
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Vintage News Mount Agamenticus and Saint Aspinquid From the Portsmouth Journal Octo This mountain, situated in the northeasterly part of York, Me., is a noted landmark for mariners, and is the first height seen by them from the sea on the coast northward and eastward of. Aspenquid of Mt. Agamenticus [electronic resource]: an Indian idyl / By John Albee.
Abstract. Electronic of access: Internet.4 Topics: Indiens dans la littérature., Indians in literature. Publisher: Portsmouth [Mass Author: John Albee. Aspinquid St. Aspinquid (St. Aspenquid) was a Mi'kmaq Chief who was murdered in and was declared a martyr and buried atop Mount Agamenticus.
 A cairn on the summit stands as memorial to the sachem, and whoever pays tribute to his soul by adding a rock is assured of luck. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.
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Open Library. The Mount Agamenticus Conservation Region consists of more t acres and is located within an additio acre expanse of conservation land in southern Maine. This land is comprised of a rich and unique coastal forest that supports the highest diversity of animal and plant species in all of Maine.
Aspenquid of Mt. Agamenticus: an Indian idyl CIHM/ICMH microfiche series ; no. Published Portsmouth [Mass.]: L.W. Brewster, Identifier. YORK, Maine — Mount Agamenticus is a Seacoast gem, with its miles of walking and hiking trails and its unparalleled views reaching from Hampton Beach to Wells Beach and west to the White Mountains.
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Aspenquid of Mt. Agamenticus, Poems, St. Aspenquid of Mt. Agamenticus, PoemsWritten works: New Castle, historic and picturesque.Aspinquid at Norseman Resort is located metres from both Ogunquit's beach and village featuring quaint shops, restaurants and pubs/10().At the mountain peak is the burial place of Mi'kmaq Chief St.
Aspinquid. Mount Agamenticus is also affectionately known as "Big A," the former ski slope's nickname. Not high as mountains go at above sea level, but from its peak on a clear day one can see the skyscrapers of Boston to the south, Cape Elizabeth and the entrance to Casco Bay to the.