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Posted 08/06/12

A Rainy Day: Frank W. Benson's Maine Interiors

While visiting Maine's North Haven Island in 1900, the Bensons discovered Wooster Farm. The Federal house was situated on a narrow piece of land surrounded by the sparkling waters of Penobscot Bay. Ellen realized that it offered plenty of room for their four children-Eleanor, Elisabeth, George, and Sylvia-while Benson, spying the large barn, knew it would make a perfect studio. "From the moment we saw it," Benson later recalled, "Wooster Farm felt like home."

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Posted 02/03/09

The baptism of Pocahontas

January 2009 | The legend of Pocahontas is a thread inextricably woven into our country's history. Her image has adorned everything from oil paintings to cans of chewing tobacco and is found no less than three times in the Rotunda of the nation's Capitol.

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PUBLISHED 01/27/09

The baptism of Pocahontas

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PUBLISHED 12/31/69

Frank W. Benson

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