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by Marcia Lee Jones
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Purchase a tote bag featuring the photograph "View Of The Salmon River" by Marcia Lee Jones. Our tote bags are made from soft, durable, poly-poplin fabric and include a 1" black strap for easy carrying on your shoulder. All seams are double-stitched for added durability. Each tote bag is machine-washable in cold water and is printed on both sides using the same image.
The area was called Newichawannock by the Abenaki Indians, meaning river with many falls, a reference to the Salmon Falls River. It was first settled... more
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The area was called Newichawannock by the Abenaki Indians, meaning "river with many falls," a reference to the Salmon Falls River. It was first settled by Europeans about 1631 as a part of Kittery known as Kittery North Parish. Near the confluence with the Great Works River, Ambrose Gibbons built the Great House at Newichawannock, a palisaded trading post, to exchange goods with the Indians.
In 1634, William Chadbourne, James Wall, and John Goddard arrived from England aboard the ship Pied Cow to build a sawmill and gristmill at Assabumbadoc Falls. Richard Leader, an engineer, rebuilt the sawmill in 1651 to handle up to 20 saws. The factory became known as the "Great mill works," from which the Great Works River derives its name. It was run by 25 Scottish prisoners of war captured by Oliver Cromwell's forces at the 1650 Battle of Dunbar, then transported aboard a vessel called Unity to Massachusetts. They were sold as slaves whose labor would earn them freedom. The community w...
Where does one start with a quick biography, which will give some insight to the artist inside? For me, photography was a way to get my feelings out by capturing moments in my life. Memories are one of the biggest ways to experience emotions of all types. Photography was that answer to capture moments that were ignored by others that would elicit an emotion. For instance, the way light can highlight an object brilliantly shadows that express mystery colors that can be dramatic or soft. To be able to do that with any form of art is important to the human psyche. We all must be able to express ourselves and my way is in black, white and color. Hope you will enjoy some of these...
Marcia Lee Jones
Thank you, Joseph, for favoring this image!
Beautiful image I love the colors well done L/F!
Luther Fine Art
Beautiful light and composition.
Delphimages Photo Creations
Nice artwork ... L/F
Nice artwork L/F
Gorgeous evening light!!, f.v..............VIVA
Very nice, LF!
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Marcia Lee Jones
Many thanks, Dora!
Beautiful scene and capture! l/f/t
Marcia Lee Jones replied:
Thank you, Alana, for your comment!