The Lighthouse Keeper’s Wife

The Lighthouse Keeper’s Wife┬áby Connie Scovill Small. Newly revised edition from the University of Maine Press, Orono, Maine, 1999, that includes many additional photographs from the author’s collection. In a genuine and remarkably captivating voice, Connie Scovill Small writes about her twenty-eight years of lighthouse living and service along the Maine and New Hampshire coasts with her husband, Elson. While her autobiography is a compelling narrative about a life of “people risking their own lives to help men and ships: a life of order and duty, ” is also inspires and encourages us to “look up and never down” in our shared search for a meaningful existence in the inevitable isolation and uncertainty of living. 250 pages with 30+ photographs and a map.


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