Ice-out on Damariscotta Lake

Hansen, J.
March 1989
Yankee;Mar89, Vol. 53 Issue 3, p58
Describes the ice-out the time in late winter, or spring when ice melts, breaks up and some comes on shore, at Damariscotta Lake, as it is observed by residents of Newcastle, Nobleboro and Jefferson, Maine. Ice-out stories as told by residents.


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