Sieur de Monts Publications
I. Announcement by the Government of the creation of the Sieur de Monts National Monument by proclamation, on July 8, 1916.
II. Addresses at Meeting held at Bar Harbor on August 22, 1916, to commemorate the establishment of the Sieur de Monts National Monument.
III. The Sieur de Monts National Monument as a Bird Sanctuary.
IV. The Coastal Setting, Rocks and Woods of the Sieur de Monts National Monument.
V. An Acadian Plant Sanctuary.
VI. Wild Life and Nature Conservation in the Eastern States.
VII. Man and Nature. Our Duty to the Future.
VIII. The Acadian Forest.
IX. The Sieur de Monts National Monument as commemorating Acadia and early French influences of Race and Settlement in the United States.
X. Acadia: the Closing Scene.
XI. Purchase translation of de Monts' Commission. De Monts: an Appreciation.
XII. The de Monts Ancestry in France.
XIII. The District of Maine and the Character of the People of Boston at the end of the 18th century.
XIV. Two National Monuments: the Desert and the Ocean Front.
XV. Natural Bird Gardens on Mount Desert Island.
XVI. The Blueberry and other characteristic plants of the Acadian Region.
XVII. The Sieur de Monts National Monument and its Historical Associations. Garden Approaches to the National Monument. The White Mountain National Forest. Crawford Notch in 1797.
XVIII. An Old Account of Mt. Washington. A Word upon its Insect Life. A Word on Mt. Katahdin.
XIX. National Parks and Monuments.
XX. Early Cod and Haddock Fishery in Acadian Waters.
XXI. The Birds of Oldfarm: an intimate study of an Acadian Bird Sanctuary.
XXII. The Sieur de Monts National Monument and The Wild Gardens of Acadia.
XXIII. The Sieur de Monts National Monument as a Huguenot Memorial.
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Last Updated: 25-Mar-2016