The New England Coast: The Most Spectacular Sights & Destinations (Voyageur Press 978-0-7603-3064-7) covers the five-state region John Smith christened “New England” in 1614. William H. Johnson contributes 150 stellar photographs and Kim Knox Beckius offers unexpectedly good historical narrative and “tales of whale watching sailing beach going and feasting on fried clams and chowder along the New England Coast.”
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