Seguin Island Light Bibliography
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Allen, Charles E. "The Light-Keeper of Old Seguin." New England Magazine, Vol. 36, 1907.
Boston Globe, "The past through 1,000 prisms." September 13, 1998.
Boston Globe, "Power is restored at two lighthouses." September 25, 1999.
Boston Globe, "Spinney, ornithologist of Seguin." July 17, 1904.
Caldwell, Bill. Lighthouses of Maine. Portland, ME: Gannett Books, 1986.
D'Entremont, Jeremy. The Lighthouses of Maine. Beverly, Massachusetts: Commonwealth Editions, 2009.D'Entremont, Jeremy. "Seguin Island's Keepers of the Flame for 2001." Lighthouse Digest, August 2001.
Down East, November-January 1956-57. "Christmas Star of Seguin."
Feller-Roth, Barbara. Lighthouses: A Guide to Many of Maine's Coastal and Offshore Guardians. Freeport, Maine: DeLorme Mapping Company, 1988.
Friends of Seguin Island newsletters, Fall 1997 - present.
Keeper's Log, Summer 1989. "Friends of Seguin get license."
Kukka, Christine. "Christmas May Not Find Seguin." Brunswick Times Record, December 23, 1981.
Lighthouse Digest, "Museum to open at Maine's highest light above water." August 1993.
Lighthouse Digest, "Seguin Light celebration." July 1995.
Lighthouse Service Bulletin, September 1, 1935.
Logan, Jennifer Wilder. "Ghostly Light: The Unmanning of Seguin Light." Island Journal, the annual publication of the Island Institute, volume three.
Lunt, Dudley Cammett. The Woods and the Sea. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., 1965.
McLane, Charles B. Islands of the Mid-Maine Coast: Pemaquid Point to the Kennebec River. Gardiner, ME: Tilbury House Publishers, and Rockland, ME: The Island Institute, 1994.
Merrill, Meadow Rue. "Keepers of an island's guiding light." Boston Globe, September 6, 1998.
Monegain, Bernie. "The lighthouse keeper's son." Points East, Midwinter 2000.
Pitarys, Nicholas. "Seguin becomes a bachelor island." Maine Sunday Telegram, date unknown, circa 1963.
Portland Press Herald, "Friends of Seguin petition drive fails to stop solar plan." January 29, 2000.
Portland Press Herald, "No solar panels at Seguin Light, State Historian urges." September 21, 1999.
Portland Press Herald, "Price of lens too high, group says." December 31, 1998.
Portland Press Herald, "Progress threatens rare lens at lighthouse." February 25, 1998.
Portland Press Herald, "Rare lens might stay at Seguin Island Light." September 11, 1999.
Portland Press Herald, "Seguin in the spotlight." January 26, 1998.
Portland Press Herald, "Seguin Island Lighthouse gets to keep historic lens." March 29, 2000.
Portland Press Herald, "Seguin Light Station celebrates 200 years." July 13, 1995.
Portland Press Herald, "Seguin owners plan petition on light." May 24, 1999.
Portland Press Herald, "Seguin's fate the question as America comes to call the first order Fresnel lens a national treasure." June 4, 1999.
Portland Press Herald, "Seguin's Fresnel lens part of Maine's coastal heritage." January 3, 1999.
Portland Press Herald. "Washington may decide lens' fate." August 17, 1998.
Richardson, John. "Lighthouse Ghost Stories Raise Hairs." Portland Press Herald, October 27, 1997.
Small, Connie. The Lighthouse Keeper's Wife. Orono, Maine: The University of Maine Press, 1986.
Snow, Edward Rowe. The Lighthouses of New England. New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1973.
Snow, Edward Rowe. "A Lonely Vigil." Boston Herald Traveler, April 20, 1971.
Snow, Edward Rowe. "Seguin Light highest in Maine." Boston Herald Traveler, date unknown, c. 1971.
Sterling, Robert Thayer. Lighthouses of the Maine Coast and the Men Who Keep Them. Brattleboro, VT: Stephen Daye Press, 1935.
Textor, Ken. "The Lure of the Light." Down East, April 1996.
Thomson, William O. New England's Haunted Lighthouses. Video documentary distributed by 'Scapes Me, Kennebunk, ME. 1997.
U.S. Coast Guard First District Aids to Navigation Branch. "Seguin Island Light Solarization." Press release, February 25, 2000.
Webster-Wallace, Anne. Seguin 200. Georgetown, ME: Friends of Seguin Island, Inc., 1995.
Willoughby, Malcolm F. Lighthouses of New England. Boston: T.O. Metcalf Company, 1929.