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The Cover
September 15, 2010

Monhegan, Maine

JAMA. 2010;304(11):1156-1157. doi:10.1001/jama.2010.1187

“You know, Kent, there's a place in Maine where I think you’d like to paint. It's a small island quite a way out at sea . . . ”—Robert Henri, as recalled by Rockwell Kent , It's Me O Lord

You can get there from here, but it isn't easy. Monhegan Island, a tiny speck in the Atlantic Ocean 10 miles off the Maine coast, is accessible only by boat, which for most people means taking a ferry from 1 of just 3 ports. The nearest, the picturesque sleepy fishing village of New Harbor, Maine, is 50 minutes away, with at most 2 runs each day, the latest returning to the mainland at 3:15 PM.

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