Objects & Places from Cache Lake Country: Life in the North Woods

John J. Rowlands
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Object Descriptions

The North Country - This was an area that included part of Maine and Ontario.

Cache Lake - This was the small, picturesque body of water where the lead individual made his cabin.

Jim's Cabin - This was the structure the lead individual's firm helped build for him.

Hank's Cabin and Beaver Tail Lake - A photographer maintained his home on this body of water.

Chief Tibeash's Cabin and Shining Tree Lake - An individual who was 70 years of age lived at this body of water in his home.

Birch Canoes - These were used for transport primarily in the summers.

Arts and Crafts - The book was filled with innumerable examples of these items the people skillfully constructed.

Prepared Food - The three main individuals produced this from a combination of rations from a neighboring settlement and other edibles.

Native Food - The three main individuals...

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