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This sign outside Monson warns Appalachian Trail hikers that they are about to enter the dreaded 'Wilderness,' a 90-mile stretch that offers few human contacts and almost no amenities
"Pie lady," Sydney Pratt, gets a lot of customers from hikers on the Appalachian Trail, Monson, Maine
Benton MacKaye, who was first to propose the Appalachian Trail, poses for a photo along the Trail near Newfound Gap in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park on September 24, 1933.
Inside of the slate company mill operation with several workers. Monson slate is considered to be a fine quality because of the black color.