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Cache Lake Country: Life in the North Woods Summary
John J. Rowlands

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Cache Lake Country: Life in the North Woods Summary

Plot Summary

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...

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