Steel Over Eggemoggin

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Steel Over Eggemoggin

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by Clayton Gross

A history of the Deer Isle-Sedgwick Bridge. The late eighteenth century historical account of the building of the bridge that crossed the Eggemoggin Reach barrier between Deer Isle and the mainland. Based largely on material from the Island Ad-Vantages newspaper, The Deer Isle Messenger and material collected by the late Benjamin Lake Noyes, M.D.

Please note: This book is no longer in print and inventory is old. Condition is somewhat poor, as the staples are rusted.

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Steel Over Eggemoggin: A History of the Deer Isle-Sedgwick Bridge

By Clayton Gross

With additional material by R. Nathaniel W. Barrows and James M. Aldrich

Editor(s):  James M. Aldrich

A historical recounting of the building of the bridge crossing the barrier between Deer Isle and the mainland. 

Publisher: Penobscot Books, a division of Penobscot Bay Press Inc.

Publish Date: 1989

Edition: First

Features: Photos taken by Island Ad-Vantages and area locals

Dimensions: 8.5"x11"

Pages: 44

ISBN:0-941238-06-7

Lib. of Congress No.: 89-061770

Genre: Local history