Maine: An Encyclopedia
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1785
Falmouth Gazette, first Maine newspaper, begins publication
1802 Daniel Webster begins teaching at Fryeburg Academy for a nine month term.
1852 Birth date in Porter of Samuel Wadsworth Gould, U. S. Representative.
1862 Maine-built vessel Estelle is captured by Confederate raiders.

1920
The vessels Charles H. Trickey and the Mary E. Olys were shipwrecked and both sank on the ledges at the entrance to Cape Porpoise.
1971 Baxter State Park begins “open all year” policy, allowing winter use of the park.

The Bailey Farm Windmill in North Anson (2001)

The Bailey Farm Windmill in North Anson (2001)

Maine-built vessel Estelle is captured by Confederate raiders.
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