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North Fork of the Flathead - Polebridge, Montana By Brian Oelberg
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The View from Polebridge and The Richest Hill on Earth: Landscapes and Architecture of Western Montana - Photographs by Brian Oelberg
Trouble at the Forks By T. Walter Middleton
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Through all of my research I have come to know and sympathize with a simple, hard working group of isolated mountain farmers who were trying hard to scrounge out a puny living and were happy for the... More > privilege. Almost as hard as their long hours of toil, they had to deal with the lawlessness that frequently abused them. My intention is to reveal their plight and how they dealt with it.< Less
Trouble at the Forks By T. Walter Middleton
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Through all of my research I have come to know and sympathize with a simple, hard working group of isolated mountain farmers who were trying hard to scrounge out a puny living and were happy for the... More > privilege. Almost as hard as their long hours of toil, they had to deal with the lawlessness that frequently abused them. My intention is to reveal their plight and how they dealt with it.< Less
How to Know if you're a LOCAL: North Fork Edition By Russ L'HommeDieu
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With its deep maritime culture and blossoming wine industry, the North Fork of Long Island is truly a wonderful place. Most people that visit this magical place never want to leave. When they do... More > stay, the question often comes up: "When do I get to be a local?" In an effort to answer this complex question, one North Forker has managed to offend just about everyone who has ever taken State Road 25 (the main road) eastward past Riverhead, NY and onto the North Fork.< Less
How to Know if you're a LOCAL: North Fork Edition By Russ L'HommeDieu
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With its deep maritime culture and blossoming wine industry, the North Fork of Long Island is truly a wonderful place. Most people that visit this magical place never want to leave. When they do... More > stay, the question often comes up: "When do I get to be a local?" In an effort to answer this complex question, one North Forker has managed to offend just about everyone who has ever taken State Road 25 (the main road) eastward past Riverhead, NY and onto the North Fork.< Less
Black and white and a splash of color By Dick Goodman
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Black-and-white images of iconic and comical suburban and rural scenes feature a splash of authentic color that reminds the viewer of old fashioned hand-colored photographs. Photographed primarily on... More > the North Fork on the eastern end of Long Island, the images capture the quirkiness and contradictions that give the area its unique charm.< Less
Between Mobility and Immobility By Hideaki Ariizumi
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Exploring Southold Town From West To East By John D'Angelo
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In the summer of 2010, John D'Angelo traveled the length of the north fork of Long Island, New York. He wrote about the history of the area and included over 100 photographs of every hamlet and... More > village from Laurel to Orient Point, Long Island. His journal contains high quality color pictures of farms,vineyards, beaches and village centers in Adobe PDF format for downloading to your computer. Take a relaxing trip along the north fork and visit the last vestiges of New England on Long Island.< Less
The Last Train from Elkland By Doug McGuinn
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THE LAST TRAIN FROM ELKLAND is a brief history of Elkland (present-day Todd), North Carolina, and the surrounding northwestern North Carolina mountain communities, including Bowie (present-day... More > Fleetwood), West Riverside (present-day Brownwood), and Yuma (present-day Deep Gap). Not only is THE LAST TRAIN FROM ELKLAND a history of four northwestern North Carolina mountain communities, it is also about two railroads that operated in and around these communities: the Virginia-Carolina, also known as the “Virginia Creeper,” and the Deep Gap Tie and Lumber Company’s railroad, whose former Hassinger Lumber Company’s Shay logging locomotive operated alongside Gap Creek, from Deep Gap, in Watauga County, to the South Fork of the New River, near Fleetwood, in Ashe County, a distance of only about five miles.< Less
The Last Train from Elkland By Doug McGuinn
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THE LAST TRAIN FROM ELKLAND is a brief history of Elkland (present-day Todd), North Carolina, and the surrounding northwestern North Carolina mountain communities, including Bowie (present-day... More > Fleetwood), West Riverside (present-day Brownwood), and Yuma (present-day Deep Gap). Not only is THE LAST TRAIN FROM ELKLAND a history of four northwestern North Carolina mountain communities, it is also about two railroads that operated in and around these communities: the Virginia-Carolina, also known as the “Virginia Creeper,” and the Deep Gap Tie and Lumber Company’s railroad, whose former Hassinger Lumber Company’s Shay logging locomotive operated alongside Gap Creek, from Deep Gap, in Watauga County, to the South Fork of the New River, near Fleetwood, in Ashe County, a distance of only about five miles.< Less