Maine: An Encyclopedia
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Sheep at Crystal Spring Farm in Brunswick (May 2010)

Sheep at Crystal Spring Farm in Brunswick (May 2010)

1819 Waldoboro votes to replace its wooden cattle pound with a stronger rock pound
1874 Rufus Goodenow dies in Farmington. A Whig member of Congress 1851-1853, he was an attorney and Treasurer of the Franklin County Savings Bank.
1980
First publication of the newspaper the Castine Patriot, published by James J. McCaffrey.
2010
The Nature Conservancy, the Forest Society of Maine and the Plum Creek Timber Company announce they completed an historic conservation easement on 363,000 acres near Greenville. It will prohibit most types of development, require sustainable forest practices and preserve public access for hunting, fishing and snowmobiling. It creates the largest contiguous easement in the U.S. and connects more than two million acres already conserved in Maine.


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