LOOKING BACK: ECHOES
Back Issues are available and can be purchased for $5.00 each.
No. 1: Premier Issue January 1988: Acadian history, Caribou Performing Arts Center, Potter David Gricus, Farming, Sam Ouellet. SOLD OUT
No. 2: Summer 1988: New Sweden, Aroostook basketball stars, Carving, Harp making, Weaving, Bouchard Family ployes.
No. 3: Fall 1988: Grass family farm, Mail-order Christmas trees, Sporting camps, Goughan Farm, Helen Deane.
No. 4: Winter into Spring 1989: Lebanese legacy, Umcolcus Charlie, Fort Kent, North Amity animal refuge, Washburn Wilder farmstead, Winnie Ireland.
No. 5: Spring into Summer 1989: Lille church, Sewalls of Island Falls, Jalbert camps, Cathie Pelletier, potato barrels, Aroostook River Valley.
No. 6: Maine’s Acadia, Robert Connors, Caribou, Umcolcus Charlie, Theodore Roosevelt, St. Leonard & Van Buren.
No. 7: Album Edition, Bradstreets of Bridgewater, barns, Scandinavians, Haines homestead, The Grange, Marsden Hartley, 1988-89 INDEX.
No. 8: Patten’s Irene Bradford, Limestone winter carnival, WWII 10th Mountain Division, Oxbow’s Martha Anderson.
No. 9: Grande Riviere at 200, Main Streets, Logging, Oxbow, Isaac Simpson, 120 years in New Sweden.
No. 10: Blacksmith Frank Boone, German POWs, Davidson, Maine, Goats, Wildflowers, The Dombek Twins.
No. 11: Cathie Pelletier, The Coxes of Caribou, Houlton, French Canadians in Maine, Blacksmithing, Ollie Davidson, 1990 INDEX.
No. 12: Gabriel Ezzy, St. Francis School, Connective farm, Washburn history, Joe & Me, Smudge pots, Potholes.
No. 13: Fort Fairfield’s Reed House, Acadian Hard Times, Dr. O. Spurgeon English, The 1920s, Potato harvest.
No. 14: New Brunswick Scots, Picking potatoes, Journey to Sherman, Masardis Rifleman, Bicycling Aroostook.
No. 15: Oakfield station, The B & A Railroad, Glen Chamberlain, Midwifery, Silent movies, Gerow Sugar Camp, 1991 INDEX.
No. 16: Herman Thibodeau, Fiddleheads, Micmacs, Horses, Quilting, Gardening.
No. 17: Acadian Festival, Fryeburg Fair, Stockholm’s Eureka Hall, Aroostook orchids, Portage, Stan’s.
No. 18: Frank Hussey, Penobscot elder, Lumber camp, Holiday recipes, Acadian Christmas, Potato harvest.
No. 19: Rum running, Allagash, Genesis Farm, Oxbow, First telephone, Lebanese cooking, 1992 INDEX.
No. 20: Farm life, St. John Valley, Wildflowers, B & A Railroad, Maynard Jalbert, Fighting forest fires.
No. 21: Young writers, Hunting tales, Jeanette Hafford, Schools, Baxter Park, Stockholm Mill.
No. 22: Rivers: Allagash, Aroostook, St. John, Penobscot, Kennebec, Furbish Lousewort, Canoeing, Valley kids speak out.
No. 23: Sherman Farming, Ice harvesting, Wangan boat, Fishing, Railroads, The Grange, Shingles, 1993 INDEX.
No. 24: American dream, Homefront WWII, Buffalo girls, Paper and Maine rivers, Mars Hill pioneers, St. Francis family farm.
No. 25: Town team baseball, Ted Holmes, Margaret Chase Smith, Contrary farmer, Sam Jalbert, Lock Dam.
No. 26: Gin Train, Baseball, Making butter, Harry Umphrey, Mt. Katahdin, Railroads.
No. 27: St. John watershed, Country churches, Rare Maine plants, Forests, Sled dog racing, 1994 INDEX.
No. 28: St. John ice jam, Shakers, Horses, Perham, Silver Birches, Genealogy, Horses.
No. 29: Farming with horses, Parle Francais, Setting New Sweden, Houlton Grange Store, Fred V. Lynch, Acadian stories.
No. 30: Brownie Schrumpf, America in 1937, Allagash, Chickens, Mushrooms, David Bubar, Picking potatoes.
No. 31: Children, McNally camps, Castle Hill Grange Hall, Family histories: Irish, Jewish, French.
No. 32: Lottie and Bruce Ward, Limestone before/after Loring, Sled dogs, Basketball, Wild Women, Forests, 1995 INDEX.
No. 33: Family of eagles, Gardens, Trains, Stan’s, Restoring log cabins, Retiring to Maine.
No. 34: Bataan survivor, Living off the land, Honoring barns, Wallagrass roots, Solitude, Chester Haynes.
No. 35: Evangeline at 150, Frozen rivers, Passamaquoddy elders, County Irish, Valley carvers, horse racing.
No. 36: Potato houses, Highways, Baseball, Independent women, Weird weather, Kids and gardens, Haystack, 1996 INDEX.
No. 37: Allagash, Market Gardening, New Sweden Athletes, Quilting, Vintage Fashion, Page Museum.
No. 38: Farming as a way of life, Rural electrification, Evading Nazis in WWII, Saint Monica’s church.
No. 39: Acadian story, Grand Lake, Caribou, Artist Lucy Barker, B&A Paint Gang, Fort Fairfield.
No. 40: Anniversary Edition - Looking Back 10 Years, Echoes love story, Math for girls, Acadian culture, Organ pipes, 1997 INDEX.
No. 41: Anniversary Edition - Castle Hill farm, Potato Blossom queens, Tom Pinkham, Acadian ployes, Matt Rossignol.
No. 42: A Normandy Journal, Perham homestead, Bicycling Aroostook, Encounters with wildlife, Picking potatoes.
No. 43: A Normandy Journal part II, Vincent’s barber shop, Houlton aviation, A New Sweden pioneer, The Sawyer sisters.
No. 44: Mattie Pinette, Logging the St. John, Houlton aviation part II, Reviving a farm, Kinship with animals, 1998 INDEX.
No. 45: Micmac basket making, Civil War grave, Maliseet territory, Stories of Mamans, Generations of Swedes.
No. 46: Medical adventure, Les Brown’s Sax Man, Presidential Pilot, The Lake, The Five & Dime, The Family Farm.
No. 47: Medical adventure, Country village, Winter carnival, Y2K, Leonard’s Mills, Favorite horses.
No. 48: One-room schools, Fort Kent theaters, Monster fish, Cathie Pelletier, 1999 INDEX.
No. 49: Lagerstrom Homestead, Wabanaki Cultures, Farmall H, WWII Stories.
No. 50: Quakers help slaves, The Irish of Johnville, N.B., Selling the farm, Wabanaki stories.
No. 51: The northern forest, bioregions of the St. John watershed, Irish in Johnville, N.B., Allagash adventures, Caribou business.
No. 52: Student bakers, Lebanese Easter, returning to Caribou, Fort Fairfield barns, Allagash challenge, the porch, the garden, spring.
No. 53: The camp, Fort Fairfield Saga, the Convent School, ponies, Swedish immigration, Mars Hill to New York-1939, berrying, gardening.
No. 54: Baxter State Park 1939 and 1999, Growing grapes, The town farm, Threshing, Rafting the Kennebec, Climbing Katahdin, Baxter’s First Ranger.
No. 55: Reflections on 9-11, centennarians, finches, bluebirds, elms, belief in a dream, closeknit village life.
No. 56: The Nugents of the Allagash, Worcester to Aroostook, Maple sugaring, Plowing, Fishing, Tapping family trees, Hardware stores, Mud season.
No. 57: The Nugents of the Allagash, Barn raising and burial, Worcester to Aroostook, Retooling Caribou, F.L. Olmsted, A pond in Madawaska.
No. 58: The winter sports center, Oldtime pharmacy, Valley folklore, The elusive moose, Worcester to Aroostook, Attic Experience, Bread pudding.
No. 59: POWs in Houlton, UMPI Centennial, Acadian deportation, Worcester to Aroostook, Valley folklore, Drive-in theater.
No. 60: Maine POW camps part II, Encounters with wildlife, Border inspections, Learning from nature, Memories of an Acadian festival, 2002 index.
No. 61: Echoes’ 15th anniversary, UMPI’s Dr. Wieden, Houlton POWs part III, Wood Prairie Farm, Maine Books.
No. 62: POWs part IV, potato harvest stories, Gérards store, Nichols barn, Thanksgiving, Volkswagens.
No. 63: POWs part V, Irish immigrants, Can-Am 250 mushers, Micmac traditions, Packard school.
No. 64: Fiddleheads, Acadian connections, young writers, Dempsey in Oxbow, Bombers in Stockholm, 2003 Index.
No. 65: A northwoods legend, The 1954 Ford, An Italian immigrant, Madawaska voices, An Indian ancestor.
No. 66: Presque Isle’s Hose House, Finding Annie Farrell, Special Trees, The Schoolhouse Pump, The Sunday School Picnic, Schellenberg Internment.
No. 67: Presque Isle’s Hose House part II, Washburn Benjamin Wilder Farmstead, North to Caribou, Baked beans, Farewell to Friends.
No. 68: Presque Isle’s Hose House part III, Stan’s, The movie queen, Tin Lizzie, Pickups, Cats, Hired help, Sanitorium.
No. 69: St. John River 1903, Presque Isle boys’ camp, Train travel, Crouseville, Cape Neddick.
No. 70: International Boundary Bicker, Values and potato picking, Trees, Homesteading, Starkey Corners, Glenna at 85.
No. 71: Maine’s northern border part II, A winter climb up Katahdin, An Aroostook icon, A teacher’s influence, Pepére: An Acadian storyteller.
No. 72: Ashland’s South School, Acadian ambassador, Olof O. Nylander, A Katahdin adventure, 2005 Index.
No. 73: French in a frame, Yoga in Island Falls, The old coach, Almost, Maine, A walking trip to Ashland.
No. 74: Caribou Choral Society, Slow Food Aroostook, Home front family, Studebaker, The Aroostook County Fund, This old tractor.
No. 75: Solar System on Route 1, St. John Valley farms, A POW returns, Discovering Portage, Grammy Dixon, Winter fun. No. 76: Orchids of Aroostook, Terra Madre, Potato culture, Discovering mushing, A homebuilt airplane, Connecting to Québec.
No. 77: Remembering Main Street, Swedish settlers, Planet heads, The fair, Mega ployes, McNally camps.
No. 78: Mapleton farm festival, World War II letters, Allagash Christmas, Wood piles, Culinary Traditions.
No. 79: Cross country on horseback, Aroostook postcards, Emigrant destinies, Growing up in wartime, Composting, Trip to Churchill.
No. 80: Children’s museum, Mapleton festival, Travels with Igor, Korean War, First Flight 1938, 2007 Index.
No. 81: Crossing the continent, James Dow, Photographers’ favorites, John’s Boston Shoe Stores, Avis Lamoreau, The Raven, Echoes’ writers reflect.
No. 82: Paul McGillicuddy interview, Camp Aroostook, Where are they now?, Daigle quilts, Bossie letter home, Richard Smith, sign painter.
No. 83: Paul McGillicuddy interview part II, Perham’s bog race, Class of 1907s fling, Hosting mushers, Where are they now? part II, Winter games.
No. 84: Remembering John R. Braden, Van Buren drum & bugle corps, Labrador by dog team, Crafting musical instruments, Music at the fair, 2008 index.
No. 85: John R. Braden Part II, Fort Fairfield at 150, Saving a log house, Crosscountry biking, The Labrador 400 sled dog race.
No. 86: Jay LaBrie exhibits, Harold Hoskin remembered, Community garden in Orono, Story bank treasures, Journey on sea ice, Presque Isle past and present.
No. 87: The Koks, Salem connection, John Cariani, Momentum Aroostook, Lille memoir, Pochocki, the eye of a poet.
No. 88: Maine WSC at 10 years, 2014 Acadian Congress, Stories from Lille, Judge Julian, 2009 Index.
No. 89: Teaching in The 1870s, No-dig gardening, Wartime love and heartache, Farm life in the 50s, From Maine to Thailand part III.
No. 90: Teaching in the 1870s part II, Vodka in Houlton, Aroostook in print, From Lille to college part IV, Ride the B&A, Extraordinary people, PAWS.
No. 91: Frontier teacher part III, Houlton Farms Dairy, Temperance Vale, Maine to Thailand part V, St. John River, Trying cows.
No. 92: Van Buren landmark, Homegrown food, Biathlon lessons, Food on the farm, Maine to Thailand Part VI, Remembering Ethel Pochocki.
No. 93: Pelletier Island, Grindstone tragedy, Post-peak eating, Houlton to Hartford, Part VII - Maine to Thailand, Golden gratitude.
No. 94: Caribou Library centennial, Hand harvesting, Aroostook Amish, Cat haven, Moose pursuit, World War II remembered.
No. 95: New Sweden memorial, Angels in Lille, Teaching in Easton, Preserving potato houses, Mapleton Mill Pond, From Maine to Thailand Part IX.
No. 96: Life at Loring, Lyme disease, Saving strays, TV arrives, Maine to Thailand Part X, 2011 Index.
No. 97: Horses working the woods, Journey by Maine watershed, Littleton Ridge, Hobos in Houlton, Feeding the future, Maine to Thailand Part XI.
No. 98: Celebrating TAMC, Mills of Weeksboro, Restoration in New Sweden, Giving back, Part XII Maine to Thailand.
No. 99: Mittens, Winter stories, Sled dog races, Rural Aroostook women, Maine to Thailand Part XIII.
No. 100: Honoring Glenna Smith, 1940 Cross-Country road trip, Louise Findlen, Maine Thailand Part XIV, 2012 Index.
No. 101: Where are they now?, A retrospective, The good blanket, Native cures, Moose in my backyard, Valley Girl, Saturday night suppers.
No. 102: Tractors, Mapleton H.S. reunions, Goldstar mom, Christmas stories, Aroostook ski history.
No. 103: Patten 1947 basketball, Tracy Day barrels, Snowy driveways, Easton Science Center.
No. 104: East Grand Lake, Valley hostsWorld Acadian Congress, Biathlon, Tracking Jim Madigan, Aroostook Aspirations Initiative, Aroostook Olympian.
No. 105: Acadian Keepsake Issue, Acadian stories from past issues, Our Lady of Lille, Aroostook Aspirations initiative.
No. 106: Acadian Memories, Oxbow Lodge, Fort Fairfield Farmhouse, Murder in Ste. Agathe.
No. 107: Rooted in Allagash, A Swedish family story, Museum in Lille, Westfield garden, Dog stories.
No. 108: Avian rescues, Ashland folk medicine, Stockholm family, Castle Hill pilot, Keeping bees, Our Lady of Lille part IV.
No. 109: German war brides, Clara of Caribou, Lille’s hidden treassures, Swedish family.
No. 110: Munich to Maine, Ma Dudley’s, Museum expands, Christmas memories.
No. 111: Aroostook forests, Pleasant Lake rescue, Watchtower woman, Man of Stockholm and the Rectory.
No. 112: Ice-out, Biathlon, Harness racing, France to New France, 2015 Index.
No. 113: Swedish log home, The running Musterds, Ted Williams, Acadian artifacts, Three Brooks Tower, Caribou temps.
No. 114: Caribou Choral Society, Sewing stories, The Easton hearse, Friendly village, Thanksgiving in Swedish Colony.
No. 115: WWII Discovery, Camp Roosevelt, Jacks and Jennets, Honor Flight, Downtown Bangor, Wabanaki Wisdom.