Videos of Life in New England

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  • From Stump to Ship: A 1930 Logging Film
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  • Shrinking Reality: Building the Woodstock Lumber Mill
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  • The Fire of 1947: The Year Maine Burned
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  • Dynamite, Whiskey and Wood: Connecticut Log Drives
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  • Cut and Run
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  • Shanty Boys: Myths and realities of the Maine woodsman and river driver
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  • Time Marches On: Hiram, Maine, 1935-1939 by Raymond C. Cotton
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  • Earliest Maine Films
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"This is a treasure and a memory video of Maine. The older I get, the more I appreciate my land and roots." -Nancy F.

Received Lumberjack Sky Pilot...thank you very much for the excellent, fast service.  The DVD is the greatest and very authentic.  I am in my 80th year and born to the woods here in Maine, so what now is history, was and is me.

Earl Ramsdell

I watched a showing of the film, Woodsmen and River Drivers on our local PBS channel recently and found it to be an unusually and well done documentary."

William P. Foley

Working the Land made me feel like I was right there on top of the load with the boys!  When a movie can do that to a person, you've made a movie!

-Harry Prouty

Northeast Historic Film

Collecting, preserving and making accessible northern New England's moving image heritage.