Norlands Seminar: 19th century poverty full of indignities  (cont'd)
from: SUN-JOURNAL  June 14, 1997   by Sandy Gregor   Sun-Journal Staff Writer

Three speakers talked about how communities provided assistance to the indigent in rural Maine in the 19 century at the Washburn Humanities Seminar held at Norlands this week. They are, from left, Jean Hankins, a historian from Otisfield, Billie Gammon, Norlands founder, and Mark Richards, a graduate student at Duke University.
                                       Sandy Gregory/Sun-Journal
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