Hafford, Faye ( - )

Genre: General Fiction, Non-Fiction

Faye O'Leary Hafford is an educator, a political crusader, environmentalist and volunteer, and an author who was born and raised in Allagash, ME and has lived there for most of her life. She began her 25-year teaching career in a one room schoolhouse in Allagash, and has also taught in Brunswick classrooms. She was voted one of the top 10 social studies teachers in Maine. She has also worked as a gatekeeper for North Maine Woods, the non-profit organization that oversees recreational access to the working forests of the Allagash region, and she has been an outspoken proponent for the Allagash Wilderness Waterway.

Selected Bibliography

  • Voices from Within (1991)
  • Wouldn't That Frost Ya? Tales of Michaud Farm (1995)
  • The Lady of the Rock: Tales of Cross Rock and Others: From Dawn Moirs Diaries (1997)
  • Angel of the Wilderness: And Other St. Francis Stories (1998)
  • Only God has the Right to Make Heroes: Tales of the Flood, 1991, Allagash, Maine (1999)
  • Little Boy Lost: A Salute to all American Veterans (2000)
  • The Fall of the Forest: Tales of the Last Generation (2001)
  • Where the Heck is Wheelock, Maine? Tales of St. John Plantation (2002)
  • Checkpoint Chatter: Tales of the North Maine Woods (2004)