Entries listed under "moosehorn national wildlife refuge"
As was the town of Alexander, it too was named for Alexander Baring, the British envoy who, with Daniel Webster, settled Maine’s northern boundary with the Webster-Ashburton Treaty ending the “Aroostook War.” The town hosts the Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge. See photos. Continue reading
Edmunds was incorporated as a town on February 7, 1828, and annexed some land from adjoining Trescott in 1899. However, during the depths of the Great Depression, it surrendered its organized status after over 100 years as a town. As … Continue reading