Cache Lake Country: Life in the North Woods Setting & Symbolism

John J. Rowlands
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The North Country

An area of forest in Northern Maine and Southern Ontario where Jim, Hank and the Chief live their lives.

Cache Lake

The small, picturesque lake where Jim makes his home.

Jim's Cabin

Jim's company helped him build a cabin on Cache Lake, but he maintains it and his efforts have made it a home.

Hank's Cabin and Beaver Tail Lake

Hank has his own cabin on Beaver Tail Lake within a day's walk of Jim's cabin.

Chief Tibeash's Cabin and Shining Tree Lake

Chief Tibeash has his own cabin on Shining Tree Lake, also within a day's walk of Jim's cabin.

Birch Canoes

Jim, Hank and the Chief make canoes out of birch and maintain them. They use them frequently in the summers.

Arts and Crafts

Cache Lake Country is full of the details of arts and crafts made by Hank, the Chief and himself...

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