"Mt. Starr King and Waumbek," watercolor and ink on paper, 4.5x3 inches
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"Mt. Starr King and Waumbek," watercolor and ink on paper, 4.5x3 inches

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Another strange pairing of peaks. Starr King is named for an American Universalist and Unitarian minister who started out preaching in Boston and ended up in California. Waumbek is said to be a word of Algonquin origin meaning "white rock". Starr King wrote of the name in his famous book "The White Hills," noting how musical the word sounded and gently complaining that none of the hotels in the area had employed it in their names. 
  • Original piece of art! Handmade with tiny, tiny brushes and Micron pens!
  • Watercolor and ink on paper
  • Made especially for #inktober2018
  • 4.5" x 3"
  • Unframed, unmatted
  • Not for cartographic or way-finding purposes; just for fun

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