Gove, Bill 1928–
Gove, Bill 1928–
(William G. Gove)
Born October 17, 1928, in Damariscotta, ME; son of Kenneth and Elizabeth Gove; married Neva McFarland (a homemaker), June 8, 1952; children: Gail Gove Anderson, Leslie. Education: University of Maine, B.S., 1952.
Home—Williamstown, VT. E-mail—[email protected]
(Under name William G. Gove; with Robert C. Jones and Whitney J. Maxfield) Vermont's Granite Railroads: The Montpelier & Wells River and the Barre & Chelsea, Pruett (Boulder, CO), 1985.
(Under name William G. Gove; with Robert L. Nevel, Jr. and Nicolas Engalichev) The Timber Industries of New Hampshire and Vermont: A Periodic Assessment of Timber Output, Northeastern Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture (Broomall, PA), 1986.
J.E. Henry's Logging Railroads: The History of the East Branch & Lincoln and the Zealand Valley Railroads, Bondcliff Books (Littleton, NH), 1998.
Logging Railroads of the Saco River Valley, Bondcliff Books (Littleton, NH), 2001.
Log Drives on the Connecticut River, Bondcliff Books (Littleton, NH), 2003.
Sky Route to the Quarries, Bondcliff Books (Littleton, NH), 2003.
Logging Railroads along the Pemigewasset River, Bondcliff Books (Littleton, NH), 2006.
Logging Railroads of the Adirondacks, Syracuse University Press (Syracuse, NY), 2006.
Bill Gove told CA: ‘My writing is motivated by a strong interest in history, especially logging and railroad history. I am influenced by the fact that so much of our history is permanently lost every year. My desire has been to document some of that history. Of course, I also enjoy researching and writing now during my retirement years."