Everything you need to understand or teach Cache Lake Country by John J. Rowlands.
Cache Lake country is the story of Jim Rowlands's life living on Cache Lake in the 1940s. The book extends over a one year period, presumably in 1946. Cache Lake is a small body of water in Northern Maine, or the "North Country", as Rowlands calls it. Rowlands discovered Cache Lake on a trip for the timber company he worked for in order to survey land. After several days of survey, Rowlands came upon a lake that reminded him of his childhood. He decided at that moment he would live there, promising himself that he would return. In a week, Rowlands was camping at Cache Lake and when his company asked if he would work from a permanent camp on Cache lake, he immediately agreed.
Not long after he discovered Cache Lake, Rowlands met Chief Tibeash, a Cree Indian Rowlands's father knew and who he remembered from his childhood...
Cache Lake Country: Life in the North Woods Lesson Plans contain 151 pages of teaching material, including: