Starting in the 1860s, the land now called Maine’s 100-Mile Wilderness was home to a string of trappers’ and hunters’ camps. By the 1890s, many of these camps were managed by women. A dedicated amateur historian shares his research into these quiet leaders’ work.
"The Women Who Ran Sporting Camps: The Making of a Tradition in Maine,"
Appalachia: Vol. 72
, Article 17.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.dartmouth.edu/appalachia/vol72/iss1/17