Ragged Lake, 1887Item 1024 info
Maine Historical Society
An 1853 law banned out-of-state hunters from Maine, a prohibition that was lifted in 1870.
The Dunns traveled to the Ragged Lake area every year, spending a month or so camping, hunting, and fishing.
Hunting and fishing seasons overlapped and the Dunns recorded taking birds, deer, and a variety of fish during their August trips.