Reduced from $28.95!
Five years in the making, this audience-acclaimed documentary by Huey on Maine's Katahdin ranges from Thoreau's writings about it to Frederic Church's paintings to the founders and current officials of Baxter State Park to video of Earl Shaffer's last climb. While you might know of all those, this 100-minute film (on VHS) likely will teach you more than you have ever heard about the feelings of the Penobscot people, Original Americans, toward "the greatest mountain" that rose out of the forest to overshadow their lands and culture.
This product hasn't received any reviews yet. Be the first to review this product!