Waterman, Charles (1858 - )

Genre: Children's Literature, Non-Fiction, Short Stories

Journalist and author Charles E. Waterman was a native Mainer, living in Oxford, Paris Hill, Norway and Mechanic Falls, ME. He graduated from Hebron Academy, then went to work in the offices of the Oxford Democrat. He also worked for the Lowell Morning Times, the Cambridge Chronicle, the Charlestown Independent and the Boston Herald.

Selected Bibliography

  • Historical Sketch of the Town of Mechanic Falls (1894)
  • the Maine Watermans: With an Account of their Ancestors in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut (1906)
  • Maine Gem Stones (1910)
  • The Oxford Hills: And Other Papers (1929?)
  • A City on a Hill (Paris Hill) with High Lights that Hit It (1931)
  • Measured Fancies (1931)
  • The White Fawn: A Tale of the Land of Molecunkamunk (1931)
  • Carib Queens (1932)
  • Apiatia: Litle Essays on Honey-Makers (1933)

Selected Resources