Lighthouses of Maine: Kennebec River to the Midcoast
By Jeremy D'entremont. The ongoing series about the storms, shipwrecks, and heroic lighthouse keepers of the region. Fifteen lights are detailed here, beginning with Seguin Light, located on Seguin Island, two-and-a-half miles off the mouth of the Kennebec River, to Marshall Point Light at the entrance to Port Clyde Harbor. The last chapter describes miscellaneous lightships and lights that no longer exist. Each chapter features a treasury of historic photos and all the stories of the keepers, the storms they battled, and the wrecks they tried valiantly to save. Soft cover, 130 pages.