Bumps River - #41, Card

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Bumps River - #41, Card

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#41 Watercolor

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There are many places on Cape Cod, particularly along its 200 miles of seacoast, that seem to look the way they might have appeared before the first European ever set foot on this land. And even when the human presence is felt, it is often unobtrusive enough to let the imagination skip back over the centuries to the time when the land was virtually undisturbed, eagles, as well as cougars and moose were common here, and silence reigned. 
When you travel on Main street in the town of Barnstable from the villages of Centerville to Osterville, you cross the Bumps River. 

Thomas Bumpas, grandson of Edward Bompasse, lived on Lovell's Way, Cokachoiset (now Osterville). Samuel Bumpas' house in the 1700's was at Skonkonet near the cedar swamp on Bumps River Road.

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