Contributed by Monson Historical Society
People gathered at Indian Point on Lake Hebron. Canoes, row boats and the steamship Molly Tomah, which was built about 1900 and burned in 1911. The Molly Tomah was used to carry passengers around the lake.
The first cottage on Indian Point was owned by Mrs. P.W. Knight, followed by others in the following years.
This land was conveyed by Eben and Lucy Bray in 1890, when the Lake Hebron Navigation Co. corporation was formed and the lots were laid out. An Indian family whose name was "Rain-in-the-face" were the last Indians to live on Indian Point.
About This Item
- Title: Indian Point, Lake Hebron, Monson
- Creation Date: circa 1900
- Subject Date: circa 1900
- Location: Monson, Piscataquis County, ME
- Media: Photographic print
- Dimensions: 18.41 cm x 12.06 cm
- Object Type: Image
Cross Reference Searches
Standardized Subject Headings
- Canoes and canoeing--Maine--Monson
- Indian Point, (Monson, Me.)
- Lake Hebron (Me.)
- Lake steamers--Maine
- Molly Tomah (Ship)--Photographs
- canoes and rowboats
- Indian Point
- Indian Point, Lake Hebron, Monson
- Lake Hebron
- Lake Hebron Navigation Co
- Molly Tomah
- Monson ME
For more information about this item, contact:Monson Historical Society
PO Box 308, Monson, ME 04464
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