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    The kitchen and living area of the cabin can be seen in this view.

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    This view shows the sleeping area and fireplace inside the cabin.

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    Loon stuffies nap on one of the beds in the cabin.

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    A hand-drawn image of the island adorns an old refrigerator inside the cabin. The cabin and lighthouse were built by Charles Ray in 1937.

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    An aerial view Tuesday afternoon of Lake Anasagunticook and its well-known lighthouse in Canton.

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    This aerial view was taken Tuesday afternoon of the Lake Anasagunticook lighthouse in Canton, facing northwest.

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    An aerial view Tuesday afternoon of Lake Anasagunticook in Canton and Hartford and the surrounding area.

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    Mary Seaman relaxes Tuesday afternoon while looking out over calm Lake Anasagunticook.

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    Mary Seaman looks back at her cabin on the island she recently purchased on Lake Anasagunticook in Canton.

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    Mary Seaman opens the door to the lighthouse to climb to the top.

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    Mary Seaman climbs to the top of the unique lighthouse on metal bars.

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    Mary Seaman looks out onto Anasagunticook Lake Tuesday afternoon from the top of her lighthouse.

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    Mary Seaman looks out from the top of the lighthouse.

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    A photo of Charles Ray's wife is still prominently displayed in the cabin. Ray built the cabin and lighthouse in 1937.

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    The kitchen area inside the cabin.

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    A kayaker approaches the Lake Anasagunticook lighthouse in Canton built by Charles Ray in 1932. The Canton Historical Society, the Lake Anasagunticook Association and the Androscoggin River Watershed Council will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the passage of the federal Clean Water Act with canoeing and kayaking for the public July 31.

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    A man rides a personal watercraft Oct. 11 across Lake Anasagunticook in Hartford. The nearly 2-mile-long body of water, also known as Canton Lake, lies partly in Canton.

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