New PDF release: 1871

By Doug Mills

1871 is a set of awesome photos, by means of Maine artist and photographer Doug generators, depicting crusing at the Maine coast within the overdue 1800s and the early 1900s, while sail used to be king.
Come and sail the Maine coast within the age of sail. you could virtually believe the wind on your hair and the salt spray in your face. it's 1871, come and sail with us.

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