Contributed by Maine Historical Society
John M. Gould (1839-1930), a bank clerk in Portland, and four other men hiked Mt. Carrigain in June 1875. The men were all part of the White Mountain Club of Portland.
Gould wrote the account of the hike in his diary.
Other participants were Edward S. Morse (1838-1925), a zoologist; his brother, George F. "Fred" Morse (1834-1925), an artist and official at the Portland Co.; Joseph Sanger and Henry W. Swasey, of Standish, a lawyer.
The guide was John O. Cobb.
About This Item
- Title: John M. Gould account of Carrigain hike, 1875
- Creator: Gould, John Mead
- State: NH
- Media: Ink on paper
- Local Code: Coll. 1033, v. 10
- Collection: John Mead Gould diaries
- Object Type: Text
For more information about this item, contact:Maine Historical Society
485 Congress Street, Portland, ME 04101
(207) 774-1822 x219
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LC Subject Headings
- American Association for the Advancement of Science
- Carrigain, Mount (N.H.)
- Gould, John Mead, 1839-1930--Diaries
- Gould, John Mead, 1839-1930--Travel
- Hiking--New Hampshire
- Mountains--New Hampshire
- United States--Civil War, 1861-1865--Veterans
- United States. Army. Maine Infantry Regiment, 29th (1863-1866)
- White Mountain Club (Portland, Me.)
- White Mountains (N.H. and Me.)
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