Finding Thoreau's Cape Cod
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In 1849, Henry David Thoreau traveled to Cape Cod to see the great Atlantic Ocean. What began as a collection of journals, became Thoreau's famous novel: Cape Cod. Now, 170 years a filmmaker attempts to follow in Thoreau's footsteps as he travels from Concord, Massachusetts to the beach-side community of Provincetown.
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