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Cape Ann's Dogtown | Photography Slide Show

by in Nov 2008
Cape Ann’s Dogtown | Photography Slide Show
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Artists and writers — including John Sloan, Henry David Thoreau, and Marsden Hartley — claim the wild, abandoned Dogtown on Massachusetts north shore as inspiration.

Click here to view photos of Dogtown.

Updated Thursday, October 23rd, 2008

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