Acadia National Park 1942 USGS Map
Brand Muir Way
USGS Topographic Map of Acadia National Park in Maine from 1942 (Reproduction). It is a quadrant map which shows an area of land and includes a portion of the park.
Acadia National Park is located in Maine and is known as the oldest National Park east of the Mississippi. First established by President Woodrow Wilson in 1916 as a National Monument, it was quickly redesignated as a National Park 3 years later in 1919. Covering of 47,000 acres it comprises most of Mount Desert Island along with much of the Isle au Haut, parts of Baker Island, and a bit of the Schoodic Peninsula on the mainland. The park boasts miles of carriage roads built by John D. Rockefeller, Jr. and Cadillac Mountain which is one of the first places in the US to see the sunrise.
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