Maine’s Sporting Heritage 1870-1970

by Oct 13, 2011Uncategorized

Maine’s Sporting Heritage 1870-1970

Maine’s Sporting Heritage has put together a Facebook page of old photos from Maine’s hunting history. It has been so cool to see the sorts of photos they are getting and posting and I think they are tied in with Inland Fisheries & Wildlife which is fantastic in Maine. If you have a Facebook page, I strongly suggest you check this out and see the great photos.

2 Comments

  1. I'm on my way to check it out just as soon as I click on post comment. Thanks for the tip.

  2. Very cool! will check it out for sure. so much better than most other things on facebook. hmmmm, see a "blow by blow" of someones boring life, or rummage through Maines Sporting Heritage? no brainer. thanks for sharing!

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