Suggested Reading


"The Keewaydin Way" by Brian Back
This is the story (and not just a history) of the Keewaydin camping culture from its inception in the world's first recognized camp in Connecticut (1879) to the founding in Maine (1894) to the move to Temagami (1902), and the growth of the family of camps. It is filled with first-person accounts of adventures in the North that form the Keewaydin way. Over 10,000 photos were searched and 219 people interviewed in the making. To order a copy, go to Brian Back's website

"Faithful and True" by Mike Vorenberg.
A rich history of the first century of Keewaydin Dunmore, one of the oldest and best-known summer camps in North America. Here is the story of a legendary institution for everyone in the Keewaydin family and everyone interested in history of American camping, boyhood, and exploration. Order a copy.