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  • Earlan Campbell -2006 Snowmobile Hall of Fame Inductee

    The Snowmobile Hall of Fame located in St. Germain, Wisconsin, inducted four luminaries including the late Earlan B. Campbell from the sport of snowmobiling at its annual Induction Banquet in Eagle River, Wisconsin, on the evening of January 12, 2006.


  • Memorial Conducted at B-52 Crash Site
    It was "gut-wrenching" for the members of the search party to come upon the destruction caused by the crash of a B-52 bomber on Elephant Mountain in January 1963. And it was just as difficult for five of the searchers to be standing at the remote crash site four decades later. With the gruesome details of that tragic day still etched in their minds, four former Air National Guard members and a Millinocket man were among those who paid their respects Saturday to the seven airmen who died in the fiery crash. The two sole survivors - retired Capt. Gerald Adler of Davis, Calif., and the aircraft commander retired Lt. Col. Dante E. Bulli of Nebraska - who ejected from the plane before it crashed, also were recognized and honored Saturday.


"I say odd, because when you stop to think about it, it has to seem pretty strange to the modern day snowmobilers, or anyone else for that matter, that a group of men would climb on 36 year old iron and expect it to get them into the North Maine Woods and back."


  • Allagash 85 by Steve Campbell

    I guess there is something to be said for the engineering and workmanship of these earlier machines. As crude as they were in the formative years, they worked due to the perseverance and forethought of the pioneers that were building them and using them. These pioneers are the people who I would like to dedicate this trip and this story to - the individuals that made the sport of snowmobiling what it is today. The reason I organized this trip was to recognize these people, the history of snowmobiling, and especially to my father, E.B. Campbell.





  • Bombardier R12 Muskeag
    The Bombardier R-12 (12 for 12 passenger) was discovered in a field in the town of Milford just outside of Old Town in rhetoric condition.



  • Antique Run of '88

    The Antique Run of '88 was complete, but will live in our memories forever.


  • Allagash '85 by C.J. Ramstead
    The E.B. Campbell Memorial Snowmobile Run. One of snowmobilings truly great pioneers was the late E.B. Campbell of Millinocket.



  • Maine Attraction
    Reliving The Trail-Blazing days In Maine's Allagash Wilderness -  Reprinted from Snow Goer Magazine of November 1984


  • Party Time in Roseau

    Polaris Industries celebrated its 45-years of existence by throwing a birthday party bash on June 18 & 19, 1999 at the original Polaris HQ in Roseau, Minnesota

















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