Chesuncook Lake

Chesuncook Lake

(chĭsŭn`ko͝ok), 22 mi (35 km) long and from 1 to 4 mi (1.6–6.4 km) wide, N central Maine. The western branch of the Penobscot River flows through the lake. Baxter State Park is nearby.
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Follow the West Branch of the Penobscot River through prime moose-viewing habitat down Chesuncook Lake with breathtaking views of Mt.
In the winter, however, which is very equable and long, the ice is the great highway, and the loggers' team penetrates to Chesuncook Lake, and still higher up, even two hundred miles above Bangor.
Follow the West Branch of the Penobscot River through prime moose-viewing habitat, down Chesuncook Lake with breathtaking views of Mt.
When I arrived, my companion that was to be had gone up river, and engaged an Indian, Joe Aitteon, a son of the Governor, to go with us to Chesuncook Lake.
After breakfasting on moose meat, we returned down Pine Stream on our way to Chesuncook Lake, which was about five miles distant.
Chesuncook Lake extends northwest and southeast, and is called eighteen miles long and three wide, without an island.
The Indian called these juniper, and said that they had been killed by the back-water caused by the dam at the outlet of Chesuncook Lake, some twenty miles distant.
Eupatorium purpureum (Joe-Pye-weed), Heron, Moosehead, and Chesuncook lake shores, common.