Samuel Chamberlain photographed New England from every angle and capturing its unique spirit and enduring character with the lens of his camera. Here Chamberlain presents a beautifully-defined image of the region he knew so well. It explores the distinctive charm of its villages and towns. It focuses on the calm detachment of its white farmhouses. Here are the tall church spires, reaching above the village green and the elm-arched streets. Here too, are the gracious houses which nurtured New England statesmen. Here are the secluded beaches, as well as the historic harbours which once welcomed white-sailed ships with cargoes from the Orient. Here are scenes familiar -- and those known only to the inhabitants of quiet hamlets, hidden coves.