History of Damariscotta Lake Through Photographs

For Immediate Release

Media inquiries contact:

Gervase Kolmos, Sales and Marketing Specialist

843.853.2070 x 181

gkolmos@arcadiapublishing.com

History of Damariscotta Lake Told Through Photographs

Local authors team up on new book

The newest addition to Arcadia Publishing’s popular Images of America series is Damariscotta Lake from local authors Edmée Déjean, Julia McLeod, Mary Sheldon and Marilyn Speckmann. The book boasts more than 200 vintage images and memories of days gone by.

Damariscotta Lake, the link between the towns of Jefferson, Newcastle, and Nobleboro, has always had a unique allure. Each spring, thousands of alewives return from the Atlantic Ocean to struggle up the fish ladder at Damariscotta Mills and reach their traditional spawning grounds. Many early settlers made a living through shipbuilding, milling, farming, and harvesting ice, wood, and alewives.

Join the Authors for the Following Events!

Castlebay Concert

At the Old Jefferson Town House

Thursday, July 14

DLWA Annual Meeting

At the Willow Grange in Jefferson

Sunday, July 17

Barnes & Noble #2742 – Augusta

Friday, August 12

7 p.m.

*Joint signing with the author of Jay

Maine Coast Bookshop

Tuesday, August 16

11 a.m.

Available at area bookstores, independent retailers, and online retailers, or through Arcadia Publishing at www.arcadiapublishing.com or

(888)-313-2665.

Arcadia Publishing is the leading publisher of local and regional history in the United States. Our mission is to make history accessible and meaningful through the publication of books on the heritage of America’s people and places.

 

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