• Maine Homes For Sale, 8 Porter Settlement Road On River MOOERS 8376

    http://www.mooersrealty.com River Homes In Houlton Maine, Want One. Real Estate Listing In Cary's Mills, Houlton Has 5 Bedrooms, Garage, Shop, Extension Used Years Ago As House Summer Kitchen. Two Baths, Big Lot, Country Living Here! Waterfront Property Listing For Sale In Houlton Maine. $30's! info@mooersrealty.com 207.532.6573 Log On To Maine Real Estate Site, http://www.ownmainerealestate.com Follow Our Me In Maine Blog Posts http://www.meinmaine.com

    published: 11 Sep 2014
  • Where is VINLAND? | Maine Viking Penny

    Given northern range of butternuts and wild grapes, proximity to L'Anse aux Meadows Viking settlement in Newfoundland, and expansive beaches mentioned in the Norse sagas, Vinland is eastern New Brunswick, Canada. Also discussing Olaf Kyrre coin found in Brooklin, Maine ("Maine Penny") and associated Ramah chert from Labrador that was traded by the Dorset and other native tribes including Thule, Beothuk, Mikmaq. Links: Saga of Erik the Red (Ch. 8 - 14 Vinland): http://sagadb.org/eiriks_saga_rauda.en Articles: http://www.mnh.si.edu/vikings/voyage/ http://www.jstor.org/stable/280509 http://www.canadianmysteries.ca/sites/vinland/whereisvinland/newbrunswick/indexen.html

    published: 17 Nov 2014
  • Maine- United States

    Maine is a state in the New England region of the northeastern United States, bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the east and south; New Hampshire to the west; and the Canadian provinces of Quebec to the northwest and New Brunswick to the northeast. Maine is both the northernmost and easternmost portion of New England. It is known for its scenery—its jagged, mostly rocky coastline, its low, rolling mountains, its heavily forested interior, and picturesque waterways—as well as for its seafood cuisine, especially lobster and clams. For thousands of years, indigenous peoples were the only inhabitants of the territory that is now Maine. At the time of European encounter, several Algonquian-speaking peoples inhabited the area. The first European settlement in Maine was by the French in 1604 on ...

    published: 24 Sep 2014
  • Farms For Sale In Maine | 419 Thompson Settlement RD Oakfield ME MOOERS REALTY #8667

    Farms For Sale In Maine. Want One, With 111 Acres, 25 Acres Fields And Pastures! Big View! Balance Mixed Woods. Borders Moose Brook, The East Branch Of The Mattawamkeag River At 419 Thompson Settlement Road Oakfield Maine 04763. http://www.mooersrealty.com/real-estate-for-sale/farm/property/1190-419-thompson-settlement-oakfield-1320660 Enjoy The Real Estate Video That Takes You Through, Around Property Listing For Sale In Maine. 2.5 Baths, Laundry, Oak, Slate, Tile Floors. Stainless Appliances Stay! 50x24 Machine Shed, Attached Garage In This Custom Built Hip Roof Rancher! Wood Hot Air Furnace, New Oil Furnace. Has Wood Pellet Furnace And Fireplace Pellet Stove Insert Too! Pretty Place, Hidden From View Of Road But With One Major Panoramic Setting In Your Lap To The West. 50 Apple Trees! ...

    published: 04 Aug 2017
  • Cigna Disability Insurance Settlement for Maine Residents Informational Video

    http://www.diattorney.com/CignaSettlement The Maine Department of Insurance has fined Cigna Insurance Company $175,000 as a result of a 30 month investigation which revealed that Cigna had engaged in unreasonable long term disability claim handling procedures. As result of the investigation by Maine and four other states, Cigna is required is re-evaluate long term disability claims for residents of Maine and four other states that were denied benefits between January 1, 2009 and December 31, 2010. In this video attorney Gregory Dell informs Maine residents of the immediate actions they need to take in order to preserve their claim reassessment rights. Attorneys Dell & Schaefer are available for a free immediate phone consultation to discuss your potential Cigna claim by calling 888-245-8...

    published: 30 May 2013
  • HOME: The Story of Maine "Rolling Back the Frontier"

    In the 1600s, Europe had teeming populations, it was impossible to acquire land, there were virtually no economic opportunities and even less religious tolerance. Waves of settlers came to the Province of Mayne to take advantage of its abundant natural resources. Despite backbreaking work, an unbelievably harsh climate and cultural differences among the French, Native and English populations, the settlers carved out a new life for themselves. They traded furs, created a fishing industry and supplied lumber for barrels, masts and even houses in the Caribbean. Initially, the mutually beneficial trade relationships created confidence between the Native and English populations. But as Natives began to be crowded off their lands and trust between the English and Natives broke down, a series of...

    published: 13 Mar 2015
  • HOME:The Story of Maine "Land of Liberty"

    Maine's population exploded after the Revolutionary War. Looking for land to farm, veterans and settlers from southern New England poured into Maine's unsettled forests between the Kennebec and Penobscot Rivers. Feeling they had earned the free lands promised to them by the colonial government in return for supporting the War, these settlers claimed and cleared frontier lands in Maine instead of the remote Ohio land set aside for them. At the same time, speculators like General Henry Knox, America’s first Secretary of War and Knox County’s namesake, used his influence to acquire large tracts of land for low prices with hopes of selling the land to this new wave of settlers to finance the lavish, aristocratic lifestyle to which he had become accustomed. The settlers, however, had other idea...

    published: 13 Mar 2015
  • Maine attorney general announces S&P settlement

    Maine's attorney general says that the state will receive $21.5 million as part of a multistate settlement with Standard and Poor's. Attorney General Janet Mills said Wednesday that it's the largest one-time settlement in Maine history. Subscribe to WMTW on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1lLKmoE Get more Portland news: http://www.wmtw.com/ Like us: http://www.facebook.com/wmtwtv Follow us: http://twitter.com/WMTWTV Google+: http://plus.google.com/+WMTWNews8

    published: 05 Feb 2015
  • Viking Settlement Discovered in North America

    Satellite images have revealed evidence of a Viking settlement in Point Rosee on the southwestern coast of Newfoundland, the farthest south the Vikings have ever been known to settle. The Canadian site was uncovered by infrared images and revealed “a fire-cracked stone and some mangled scraps of iron.” The discovery marks the second one ever found in North America. Mark Sovel and Margaret J. Howell discuss the settlement and findings further on the Lip News. http://www.nytimes.com/2016/04/01/science/vikings-archaeology-north-america-newfoundland.html?_r=0 Newest Lip News playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MIbOpTLE2Zg&list=PLjk3H0GXhhGcjJDo6cQBCQprDMQyUQY3r&index=1 The Journalists: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D1nx8kenck0&list=PLjk3H0GXhhGfqe9hDJc8fi5qy-kDXW3r0&index=1 CRIME T...

    published: 02 Apr 2016
  • History of Colonial America 1497 - 1763

    History of Colonial America 1497 - 1763

    published: 22 Jul 2008
  • Hike through Old Settlement Quarry. Maine

    This video is about Max& Me taking a Hike through Old Settlement Quarry. Maine.

    published: 22 Oct 2015
  • Maine

    Maine (/ˈmeɪn/; French: État du Maine) is a state in the New England region of the northeastern United States, bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the east and south; New Hampshire to the west; and the Canadian provinces of Quebec to the northwest and New Brunswick to the northeast. Maine is both the northernmost and easternmost portion of New England. It is known for its scenery—its jagged, mostly rocky coastline, its low, rolling mountains, its heavily forested interior, and picturesque waterways—as well as for its seafood cuisine, especially lobsters and clams. For thousands of years, indigenous peoples were the only inhabitants of the territory that is now Maine. At the time of European encounter, several Algonquian-speaking peoples inhabited the area. The first European settlement in Ma...

    published: 18 Jul 2014
  • Settlement Plates

    Deploying barnacle settlement plates in Maine

    published: 09 Mar 2011
  • Life in New Sweden

    An 8-minute synopsis of Life in New Sweden, the Swedish colony that brought the first European settlers to the Delaware Valley. The complete video is available at www.ColonialNewSweden.org.

    published: 23 Jun 2014
  • Land In Maine, 40 Acres, 2 Camps At 285 Jackins Settlement RD Hodgtdon MOOERS REALTY #8666

    The Land In Maine For Sale, 40 Acres Of Property Acreage With 1200' Road Frontage! Details On Property Listing At 285 Jackins Settlement RD Hodgdon ME 04730. http://www.mooersrealty.com/real-estate-for-sale/residential/property/1189-285-jackins-settlement-hodgdon-1320462 Land In Maine For Sale. http://www.mooersrealty.com/real-estate-for-sale/land Location Of Real Estate For Sale Is 285 Jackins Settlement Road Hodgdon Maine. Get Pair Of Cabins, Privacy, Power, Driveway In. Watch Video For 285 Jackins Settlement Road Hodgdon Maine! Not Far From East Grand Lake, Drews And Nickerson Lakes. Golf Course Handy Too! $50's! Contact Andrew Mooers Listing Broker 207.532.6573 info@mooersrealty.com Visit Our Sister Site http://www.ownmainerealestate.com Follow Our Me In Maine Blog Post Series http:...

    published: 03 Aug 2017
  • MIND BLOWING Recent Discoveries In WEIRD Places!

    Check out these mind blowing discoveries in the last year! From strange and weird discoveries to ancient objects, these mysterious findings are absolutely bizarre! Subscribe For New Videos! http://goo.gl/UIzLeB Watch our "UNSOLVED Mysteries That Cannot Be Explained!" video here: https://youtu.be/-4affLOd_7Q Watch our "Most Amazing Cities Found UNDERWATER!" video here: https://youtu.be/rUqxhYJqGhU Watch our "STRANGEST Things Found In The Ocean!" video here: https://youtu.be/0eRi-vbA2y4 8. Seeds Found in Meteorite In 1864 a meteor shower fell near Peillerot, a town in southern France. The meteorites were sent to a museum in Montauban. From there, most pieces of the meteorite were sent to different museums in all of Europe. Only two meteorites remained in Montauban, sealed inside a glass ...

    published: 20 Oct 2017
  • Blueberry Farm In Maine For Sale | 2001 Northfield RD Northfield ME | MOOERS REALTY #8687

    The Blueberry Farm In Maine For Sale. How Would You Like To Own A Maine Farm With Close To 300 Acres, 60 Mile Views? http://www.mooersrealty.com/real-estate-for-sale/view-all-properties/property/1209-2001-northfield-northfield-1327713 See, Hear About The Cape Style Log Home With Center Stone Fireplace, Extra Brick Hearth With Vermont Slate & Clean Multi Zoned Oil Hot Water Heating. Lots Of Southern Exposure. Plenty Of Road Frontage On Both Sides Of Northfield RD And The Eastern Ridge RD That Leads To Bog, Fulton Lakes! Extra Ranch Style Home Is Cedar Shingled, Newly Roofed. Big Quonset Hut For Blueberry Machinery, Tractors, Barren Burners, Etc. Versatile Shop With Two Overhead Doors Is Insulated, Features Radiant Heating! Green House Too! Walk Out Cellar In Dry Home Basement Means Develop...

    published: 27 Sep 2017
  • Walker Settlement on Pleasant Lake

    For more details: http://view.paradym.com/3825416/prt/30541 325 Walker Settlement Road Island Falls, ME 04747 $300,000, 3 bed, 2.5 bath, 2,450 SF, MLS# 1265772 This modern home overlooks Pleasant Lake in Island Falls. Built in 2004, this home features oak and hickory hardwood floors, trim, and 36” solid doors. Eight-inch-thick walls provide super-insulation and radiant floor heating has been installed throughout. The larger eat-in kitchen flows seamlessly into the living area, giving this home a bright open feel. A first floor master suite features a walk-in closet, full bath, and an additional walk-in tile shower. There are beautiful lakefront views from nearly every corner of the home. This home is located near Va Jo Wa Golf Course and country club on Walker Settlement road ...

    published: 27 May 2016
  • Diocese reaches $1.2 million settlement with sex abuse victims

    The Roman Catholic Diocese of Portland, Maine, has settled a lawsuit by six men who said church leaders concealed sex abuse allegations against a former priest. Subscribe to WCVB on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1e8lAMZ Get more Boston news:http://wcvb.com/ Like us: https://www.facebook.com/wcvb5 Follow us: https://twitter.com/WCVB Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wcvb

    published: 15 Aug 2016
  • Tom Kawczynski - Maine Town Manager Fired For Political Views

    Tom Kawczynski formerly served as Town Manager of Jackman, Maine. Raised in Arizona, he now resides with his wife Dana in western Maine where they live happily with their reptiles. For more information, please visit www.newalbion.org to get in touch with him and learn more about his efforts to advance white civil rights and the defense of Western Civilization. The program begins with Lana asking Tom to recount the story of how he became the subject of a vindictive media smear campaign. Tom explains that he was working as Town Manger of Jackman, Maine when he was contacted by a reporter from the Bangor Daily News, a left-leaning newspaper. Tom had been exercising his First Amendment rights, by way of social media and his own New Albion website, to express concerns about Islam’s compatibi...

    published: 03 Feb 2018
  • Vacationland (Maine) - Dr. Lodge McCammon - #50StatesAlbum

    Download the mp3, lyrics and additional materials from Discovery Education Streaming https://app.discoveryeducation.com/player/view/assetGuid/95D689F6-E2EE-4C9D-90DC-F0BB5CD6E7EA 50 States Album: A 50-song album covering the basic history, geography, and economic structure of each state in the U.S. http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkFXQnAzKU78Hz2833mKnet48DwqAuPD7 http://lodgemccammon.com/ Verse 1: Past St. Croix The English arrive, at Popham they try Then York oh boy Failed in this Province of Maine Facing weather and tribes Then we’re absorbed A disconnected colony vibe, a territory divide But in War of 1812 yeah we survived Explanation of verse 1: In 1604 the French were the first to settle the area that is now Maine (ME). They settled the island of St. Croix off the coast and...

    published: 17 Sep 2014
  • History of Lewiston, Maine / History of towns in United States

    Country: United States of America State: Maine County: Androscoggin County City: Lewiston Population (2010): • Total 36,592 • Density 1,071.5/sq mi (413.7/km2) • Demonym Lewistonion HISTORY: In 1768 a Boston Company known as the Pejepscot Proprietors granted land for a settlement to be called Lewiston on the east side of the Androscoggin River at Twenty-Mile Falls. The recipients were Jonathan Bagley and Moses Little of Newbury, Massachusetts. Settlement began two years later when Paul Hildreth and his family arrived. Hildreth's log cabin was a short distance below the falls and he established a ferry service nearby. Other families followed. By 1790, Lewiston was home to 532 persons. Lewiston was incorporated as a town on February 18, 1795. Water power was harnessed by a timber dam...

    published: 10 Feb 2017
  • The Passamaquoddy: A People Reborn

    A ten minute documentary on the Maine Indian Land Claims Case. Written, filmed, narrated and edited by Shireen Hinckley. I conducted the interviews in August of 2007. My sources are listed below: ------------------------------------------------------------ PRIMARY SOURCES Anderson, Peter. "What Can $81.5 Million Buy?" The Boston Globe Magazine 27 Oct. 1985. Primary Source This article interviewed many of the same people I interviewed, and it was very helpful in an overall summary of the case. It addressed mainly the good effects of the Settlement, not the cultural downsides. Anita, Paul. "School Dropouts." School Bulletin of T.R.I.B.E. Incorporated: Teaching and Research in Bi-Cultural Education Jan.-Feb. 1971. Primary Source Anita Paul was a 16 year old Passamaquoddy who had dropped ou...

    published: 22 May 2008
  • 314 & 363 Irish Settlement Road , Danforth, ME 04424

    The Virtual Tour for the property at 314 & 363 Irish Settlement Road , Danforth, ME 04424 selling for $650,000: http://www.propertypanorama.com/instaview-tour/mreis/1287341 Other homes for sale by Lucas Adams of Adams Realty: http://www.propertypanorama.com/all-tours/797987 One of Maine's few hunting parks with several exotic animals on 300+ acres! Includes a Ranch home, Lodge, Garage, Barn, other structures, animals & equipment. Mixture of fields & woods with incredible views! This is a must see for the outdoorsman!

    published: 02 Aug 2017
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Maine Homes For Sale, 8 Porter Settlement Road On River MOOERS 8376

Maine Homes For Sale, 8 Porter Settlement Road On River MOOERS 8376

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http://www.mooersrealty.com River Homes In Houlton Maine, Want One. Real Estate Listing In Cary's Mills, Houlton Has 5 Bedrooms, Garage, Shop, Extension Used Years Ago As House Summer Kitchen. Two Baths, Big Lot, Country Living Here! Waterfront Property Listing For Sale In Houlton Maine. $30's! info@mooersrealty.com 207.532.6573 Log On To Maine Real Estate Site, http://www.ownmainerealestate.com Follow Our Me In Maine Blog Posts http://www.meinmaine.com
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Where is VINLAND? | Maine Viking Penny

Where is VINLAND? | Maine Viking Penny

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Given northern range of butternuts and wild grapes, proximity to L'Anse aux Meadows Viking settlement in Newfoundland, and expansive beaches mentioned in the Norse sagas, Vinland is eastern New Brunswick, Canada. Also discussing Olaf Kyrre coin found in Brooklin, Maine ("Maine Penny") and associated Ramah chert from Labrador that was traded by the Dorset and other native tribes including Thule, Beothuk, Mikmaq. Links: Saga of Erik the Red (Ch. 8 - 14 Vinland): http://sagadb.org/eiriks_saga_rauda.en Articles: http://www.mnh.si.edu/vikings/voyage/ http://www.jstor.org/stable/280509 http://www.canadianmysteries.ca/sites/vinland/whereisvinland/newbrunswick/indexen.html
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Maine- United States

Maine- United States

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Maine is a state in the New England region of the northeastern United States, bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the east and south; New Hampshire to the west; and the Canadian provinces of Quebec to the northwest and New Brunswick to the northeast. Maine is both the northernmost and easternmost portion of New England. It is known for its scenery—its jagged, mostly rocky coastline, its low, rolling mountains, its heavily forested interior, and picturesque waterways—as well as for its seafood cuisine, especially lobster and clams. For thousands of years, indigenous peoples were the only inhabitants of the territory that is now Maine. At the time of European encounter, several Algonquian-speaking peoples inhabited the area. The first European settlement in Maine was by the French in 1604 on Saint Croix Island, by Pierre Dugua, Sieur de Mons. The first English settlement in Maine, the short-lived Popham Colony, was established by the Plymouth Company in 1607. A number of English settlements were established along the coast of Maine in the 1620s, although the rugged climate, deprivations, and conflict with the local peoples caused many to fail over the years. As Maine entered the 18th century, only a half dozen European settlements had survived. Patriot and Loyalist forces contended for Maine's territory during the American Revolution and the War of 1812. Maine was part of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts until 1820 when it voted to secede from Massachusetts. On March 15, 1820, it was admitted to the Union as the 23rd state under the Missouri Compromise. Maine is the 39th most extensive and the 41st most populous of the 50 United States. With respect to crime rates, Maine is also often considered the safest state in the U.S. Maine is the 'whitest' state in the union. Source: Wikipedia
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Farms For Sale In Maine | 419 Thompson Settlement RD Oakfield ME MOOERS REALTY #8667

Farms For Sale In Maine | 419 Thompson Settlement RD Oakfield ME MOOERS REALTY #8667

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Farms For Sale In Maine. Want One, With 111 Acres, 25 Acres Fields And Pastures! Big View! Balance Mixed Woods. Borders Moose Brook, The East Branch Of The Mattawamkeag River At 419 Thompson Settlement Road Oakfield Maine 04763. http://www.mooersrealty.com/real-estate-for-sale/farm/property/1190-419-thompson-settlement-oakfield-1320660 Enjoy The Real Estate Video That Takes You Through, Around Property Listing For Sale In Maine. 2.5 Baths, Laundry, Oak, Slate, Tile Floors. Stainless Appliances Stay! 50x24 Machine Shed, Attached Garage In This Custom Built Hip Roof Rancher! Wood Hot Air Furnace, New Oil Furnace. Has Wood Pellet Furnace And Fireplace Pellet Stove Insert Too! Pretty Place, Hidden From View Of Road But With One Major Panoramic Setting In Your Lap To The West. 50 Apple Trees! Visit http://www.mooersrealty.com For Farms For Sale In Maine! Also, Visit Our Sister Real Estate Site http://www.ownmainerealestate.com/farms/419-thompson-settlement-road-oakfield-maine-04763 Learn More About Maine... http://www.meinmaine.com Simple Living, Community Values Of Small Town Surroundings Without The Hassles Of Traffic, People, Crime! $185,000! info@mooersrealty.com 207.532.6573 Maine, It Is The Way Life Should Be! Farmstead, Homestead Here On The Waterfront Of Northern Maine At 419 Thompson Settlement Road Oakfield Maine 04763.
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Cigna Disability Insurance Settlement for Maine Residents Informational Video

Cigna Disability Insurance Settlement for Maine Residents Informational Video

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http://www.diattorney.com/CignaSettlement The Maine Department of Insurance has fined Cigna Insurance Company $175,000 as a result of a 30 month investigation which revealed that Cigna had engaged in unreasonable long term disability claim handling procedures. As result of the investigation by Maine and four other states, Cigna is required is re-evaluate long term disability claims for residents of Maine and four other states that were denied benefits between January 1, 2009 and December 31, 2010. In this video attorney Gregory Dell informs Maine residents of the immediate actions they need to take in order to preserve their claim reassessment rights. Attorneys Dell & Schaefer are available for a free immediate phone consultation to discuss your potential Cigna claim by calling 888-245-8089
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HOME: The Story of Maine "Rolling Back the Frontier"

HOME: The Story of Maine "Rolling Back the Frontier"

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In the 1600s, Europe had teeming populations, it was impossible to acquire land, there were virtually no economic opportunities and even less religious tolerance. Waves of settlers came to the Province of Mayne to take advantage of its abundant natural resources. Despite backbreaking work, an unbelievably harsh climate and cultural differences among the French, Native and English populations, the settlers carved out a new life for themselves. They traded furs, created a fishing industry and supplied lumber for barrels, masts and even houses in the Caribbean. Initially, the mutually beneficial trade relationships created confidence between the Native and English populations. But as Natives began to be crowded off their lands and trust between the English and Natives broke down, a series of wars broke out that would destroy any hope for lasting peace between the two populations. By the end of the century, most of the English settlers would leave Maine in fear and live for years at a time as war refugees.
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HOME:The Story of Maine "Land of Liberty"

HOME:The Story of Maine "Land of Liberty"

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Maine's population exploded after the Revolutionary War. Looking for land to farm, veterans and settlers from southern New England poured into Maine's unsettled forests between the Kennebec and Penobscot Rivers. Feeling they had earned the free lands promised to them by the colonial government in return for supporting the War, these settlers claimed and cleared frontier lands in Maine instead of the remote Ohio land set aside for them. At the same time, speculators like General Henry Knox, America’s first Secretary of War and Knox County’s namesake, used his influence to acquire large tracts of land for low prices with hopes of selling the land to this new wave of settlers to finance the lavish, aristocratic lifestyle to which he had become accustomed. The settlers, however, had other ideas. This episode of HOME: The Story of Maine explores the conflict over who owned the land which shaped the political and cultural landscape of the Maine we know today.
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Maine attorney general announces S&P settlement

Maine attorney general announces S&P settlement

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Maine's attorney general says that the state will receive $21.5 million as part of a multistate settlement with Standard and Poor's. Attorney General Janet Mills said Wednesday that it's the largest one-time settlement in Maine history. Subscribe to WMTW on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1lLKmoE Get more Portland news: http://www.wmtw.com/ Like us: http://www.facebook.com/wmtwtv Follow us: http://twitter.com/WMTWTV Google+: http://plus.google.com/+WMTWNews8
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Viking Settlement Discovered in North America

Viking Settlement Discovered in North America

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Satellite images have revealed evidence of a Viking settlement in Point Rosee on the southwestern coast of Newfoundland, the farthest south the Vikings have ever been known to settle. The Canadian site was uncovered by infrared images and revealed “a fire-cracked stone and some mangled scraps of iron.” The discovery marks the second one ever found in North America. Mark Sovel and Margaret J. Howell discuss the settlement and findings further on the Lip News. http://www.nytimes.com/2016/04/01/science/vikings-archaeology-north-america-newfoundland.html?_r=0 Newest Lip News playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MIbOpTLE2Zg&list=PLjk3H0GXhhGcjJDo6cQBCQprDMQyUQY3r&index=1 The Journalists: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D1nx8kenck0&list=PLjk3H0GXhhGfqe9hDJc8fi5qy-kDXW3r0&index=1 CRIME TIME clips playlist – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dj_k32lhlzA&index=1&list=PLjk3H0GXhhGeC9DbpSnIvd2i9BHh2dBvv BYOD (Bring Your Own Doc) Highlight Videos- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3L1ssoyhSdY&list=PLjk3H0GXhhGeu2DCf6Ouo7hTsA5QB2MAL&index=1 MEDIA MAYHEM short videos playlist - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDc-Ptjdn8o&list=PLjk3H0GXhhGcz4un-zws5sMlCLk3NNjDP&index=1 http://www.thelip.tv https://www.facebook.com/thelip.tv http://www.youtube.com/theliptv
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History of Colonial America 1497 - 1763

History of Colonial America 1497 - 1763

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Hike through Old Settlement Quarry. Maine

Hike through Old Settlement Quarry. Maine

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This video is about Max& Me taking a Hike through Old Settlement Quarry. Maine.
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Maine

Maine

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Maine (/ˈmeɪn/; French: État du Maine) is a state in the New England region of the northeastern United States, bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the east and south; New Hampshire to the west; and the Canadian provinces of Quebec to the northwest and New Brunswick to the northeast. Maine is both the northernmost and easternmost portion of New England. It is known for its scenery—its jagged, mostly rocky coastline, its low, rolling mountains, its heavily forested interior, and picturesque waterways—as well as for its seafood cuisine, especially lobsters and clams. For thousands of years, indigenous peoples were the only inhabitants of the territory that is now Maine. At the time of European encounter, several Algonquian-speaking peoples inhabited the area. The first European settlement in Maine was by the French in 1604 on Saint Croix Island, by Pierre Dugua, Sieur de Mons. The first English settlement in Maine, the short-lived Popham Colony, was established by the Plymouth Company in 1607. A number of English settlements were established along the coast of Maine in the 1620s, although the rugged climate, deprivations, and conflict with the local peoples caused many to fail over the years. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Settlement Plates

Settlement Plates

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Deploying barnacle settlement plates in Maine
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Life in New Sweden

Life in New Sweden

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An 8-minute synopsis of Life in New Sweden, the Swedish colony that brought the first European settlers to the Delaware Valley. The complete video is available at www.ColonialNewSweden.org.
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Land In Maine, 40 Acres, 2 Camps At 285 Jackins Settlement RD Hodgtdon MOOERS REALTY #8666

Land In Maine, 40 Acres, 2 Camps At 285 Jackins Settlement RD Hodgtdon MOOERS REALTY #8666

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The Land In Maine For Sale, 40 Acres Of Property Acreage With 1200' Road Frontage! Details On Property Listing At 285 Jackins Settlement RD Hodgdon ME 04730. http://www.mooersrealty.com/real-estate-for-sale/residential/property/1189-285-jackins-settlement-hodgdon-1320462 Land In Maine For Sale. http://www.mooersrealty.com/real-estate-for-sale/land Location Of Real Estate For Sale Is 285 Jackins Settlement Road Hodgdon Maine. Get Pair Of Cabins, Privacy, Power, Driveway In. Watch Video For 285 Jackins Settlement Road Hodgdon Maine! Not Far From East Grand Lake, Drews And Nickerson Lakes. Golf Course Handy Too! $50's! Contact Andrew Mooers Listing Broker 207.532.6573 info@mooersrealty.com Visit Our Sister Site http://www.ownmainerealestate.com Follow Our Me In Maine Blog Post Series http://www.meinmaine.com Hunt, Fish, Hit Trails Here! Lots Of Wildlife In The Maine Woods. Could Be Full Time Home Sites Or Use As Seasonal Like They Presently Are. More Property Listing Information Available!
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MIND BLOWING Recent Discoveries In WEIRD Places!

MIND BLOWING Recent Discoveries In WEIRD Places!

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Check out these mind blowing discoveries in the last year! From strange and weird discoveries to ancient objects, these mysterious findings are absolutely bizarre! Subscribe For New Videos! http://goo.gl/UIzLeB Watch our "UNSOLVED Mysteries That Cannot Be Explained!" video here: https://youtu.be/-4affLOd_7Q Watch our "Most Amazing Cities Found UNDERWATER!" video here: https://youtu.be/rUqxhYJqGhU Watch our "STRANGEST Things Found In The Ocean!" video here: https://youtu.be/0eRi-vbA2y4 8. Seeds Found in Meteorite In 1864 a meteor shower fell near Peillerot, a town in southern France. The meteorites were sent to a museum in Montauban. From there, most pieces of the meteorite were sent to different museums in all of Europe. Only two meteorites remained in Montauban, sealed inside a glass jar. That would be cool, to have meteorites in a glass jar in your house, great conversation piece! Not long after this event, a team of researchers from Chicago found entire seeds and coal embedded inside one of the meteorites. The first assumption was that the plant and coal fragments had somehow attached to the meteorite on impact. The problem was that the entire meteorite was covered in a glassy layer that was probably created by the heat of falling through the atmosphere, so the theory was dismissed! Researchers started to believe that they may have found the first proof of extraterrestrial life ever!! Even today people use this example of seeds inside this meteorite as proof of alien life forms. Everyone was pretty excited until further research proved that when the meteorite was placed in contact with water, it would became soft and clay-like so the insertion of the plant and coal fragments inside could have been child's-play for anyone. After this shocking discovery, it then became obvious that someone had messed around with the meteorites before being sealed in the glass jar. The proof of life on other planets was debunked completely when researchers discovered that the supposed glassy layer formed by the heat of falling through the atmosphere, was just dried glue. Pretty sick prank. 7. Maine Penny In August 1957, the Maine Penny, also called the Goddard Coin, was discovered by amateur archaeologist Guy Mellgren, who was in his second year of excavation at the Goddard archeological site on the central Maine coast. The site contained remains of an old Native American settlement and the silver coin he found was pretty confusing and definitely out of place! It was fast misidentified as a British penny from the 12th century. Twenty years later more than 30,000 items discovered at the site, including the mysterious silver coin, were sent to the Maine State Museum. In 1978 experts proclaimed it was a Norse coin, not British. It was determined that the coin was probably minted sometime between 1065 and 1080 during the reign of King Olaf III. Given that the Goddard site was occupied by a Native American settlement, the presence of a Norse coin is pretty odd. This discovery made many people believe that there was pre-Columbian European contact with America and that the Vikings may have been the first to arrive. That sounds exciting but a coin is unfortunately not enough to prove anything by itself. It could be that the mysterious silver object, currently found at the Maine State Museum, got to the Goddard Site through Viking explorers or Native American trade networks, or it is simply a hoax. But for now it remains mystery! 6. Ferrari Found in a Backyard Have you ever thought of getting a Ferrari? If you did, you might want to grab a metal detector and check your backyard for a few hours! You might find some bottle caps, some coins and if you’re really lucky even a Ferrari! You don’t think it’s possible? Think again! In 1978 two boys were playing in the yard of their new home, in Los Angeles. While digging around the yard they found – you guessed it – a Ferrari! The family called authorities and a full excavation began. It was revealed that a 1974 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS was buried in the yard. The car was wrapped in towels and rags to preserve it, meaning that whoever put it there intended to come back for it, but never made it. Why was such a car buried there you wonder? Well, after the police conducted an investigation, they found out that the car was supposed to be driven into the ocean by some thieves so that the original owners could claim the insurance on it. The criminals, however, were car lovers and simply couldn’t do it! So they buried the beautiful car hoping that they would return to get it back, but they never had the chance. If you car lovers out there are watching, don’t worry! The car was later bought by a mechanic that restored it, and it now looks better than ever. Origins Explained is the place to be to find all the answers to your questions, from mysterious events and unsolved mysteries to everything there is to know about the world and its amazing animals!
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Blueberry Farm In Maine For Sale | 2001 Northfield RD Northfield ME | MOOERS REALTY #8687

Blueberry Farm In Maine For Sale | 2001 Northfield RD Northfield ME | MOOERS REALTY #8687

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The Blueberry Farm In Maine For Sale. How Would You Like To Own A Maine Farm With Close To 300 Acres, 60 Mile Views? http://www.mooersrealty.com/real-estate-for-sale/view-all-properties/property/1209-2001-northfield-northfield-1327713 See, Hear About The Cape Style Log Home With Center Stone Fireplace, Extra Brick Hearth With Vermont Slate & Clean Multi Zoned Oil Hot Water Heating. Lots Of Southern Exposure. Plenty Of Road Frontage On Both Sides Of Northfield RD And The Eastern Ridge RD That Leads To Bog, Fulton Lakes! Extra Ranch Style Home Is Cedar Shingled, Newly Roofed. Big Quonset Hut For Blueberry Machinery, Tractors, Barren Burners, Etc. Versatile Shop With Two Overhead Doors Is Insulated, Features Radiant Heating! Green House Too! Walk Out Cellar In Dry Home Basement Means Develop This Area For Home Office, More Bedrooms! Tile, Slate, Brown Ash Plus Maine Cedar, Pine, Other Native Woods Fill This One Owner Circa 1988 Home! Quiet A Package, Established Blueberry Farm With Over 71 Acres Of The Precious Fruit. Apple, Pear, Grapes And More Orchards Help Your Income. Let's Talk About Buying The Established Maine Blueberry Business, Discuss The Fresh Frozen Process And Bring You Up To Speed About Downeast Maine Living. Over 275 Acres, Two Homes, Three Auxiliary Buildings For $399,500! Extra Equipment, Blueberry Business Available! Visit Our Sister Real Estate Site For More Farms, Small Business, Homes, Waterfront And Just Maine Land! http://www.ownmainerealestate.com Follow Our Simple Living In Maine Blog Posts.. Like This One On Maine Blueberries. http://www.meinmaine.com/2017/09/26/wild-blueberries-in-maine-nothing-else-compares/ Maine Is The Way Life Should Be!
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Walker Settlement on Pleasant Lake

Walker Settlement on Pleasant Lake

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For more details: http://view.paradym.com/3825416/prt/30541 325 Walker Settlement Road Island Falls, ME 04747 $300,000, 3 bed, 2.5 bath, 2,450 SF, MLS# 1265772 This modern home overlooks Pleasant Lake in Island Falls. Built in 2004, this home features oak and hickory hardwood floors, trim, and 36” solid doors. Eight-inch-thick walls provide super-insulation and radiant floor heating has been installed throughout. The larger eat-in kitchen flows seamlessly into the living area, giving this home a bright open feel. A first floor master suite features a walk-in closet, full bath, and an additional walk-in tile shower. There are beautiful lakefront views from nearly every corner of the home. This home is located near Va Jo Wa Golf Course and country club on Walker Settlement road in Island Falls. Walker Settlement on Pleasant Lake resides in the rolling terrain of Southern Aroostook, close to many recreational amenities such as Vacationland Estates Resort and Birch Point Cabins and Campground. Presented By: Deb Henderson Jim St. Laurent Mike Cole, Maine Outdoor Properties Realty of Maine 207-852-7577 http://www.maineoutdoorproperties.net View My Inventory: http://my.paradym.com/inventory.asp?u=128771
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Diocese reaches $1.2 million settlement with sex abuse victims

Diocese reaches $1.2 million settlement with sex abuse victims

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The Roman Catholic Diocese of Portland, Maine, has settled a lawsuit by six men who said church leaders concealed sex abuse allegations against a former priest. Subscribe to WCVB on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1e8lAMZ Get more Boston news:http://wcvb.com/ Like us: https://www.facebook.com/wcvb5 Follow us: https://twitter.com/WCVB Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wcvb
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Tom Kawczynski - Maine Town Manager Fired For Political Views

Tom Kawczynski - Maine Town Manager Fired For Political Views

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Tom Kawczynski formerly served as Town Manager of Jackman, Maine. Raised in Arizona, he now resides with his wife Dana in western Maine where they live happily with their reptiles. For more information, please visit www.newalbion.org to get in touch with him and learn more about his efforts to advance white civil rights and the defense of Western Civilization. The program begins with Lana asking Tom to recount the story of how he became the subject of a vindictive media smear campaign. Tom explains that he was working as Town Manger of Jackman, Maine when he was contacted by a reporter from the Bangor Daily News, a left-leaning newspaper. Tom had been exercising his First Amendment rights, by way of social media and his own New Albion website, to express concerns about Islam’s compatibility with Western Civilization and the right of white people to freely associate with one another. The reporter inquired about Tom’s social media postings in the phone interview. The resultant hit piece led to Tom’s eventual resignation, and a mutually agreed upon monetary settlement. Lana goes on to inquire about how Tom’s Gab account was used as source material for the initial article. Tom reveals how a team of researchers from two different organizations went through his gab posts. They were taken out of context in order to concoct a caricature of him as a vile, racist, and hateful person. Lana and Tom go on to discuss the importance of free speech platforms on the internet, Tom’s New Albion project, the inherent contradictions of leftist virtue signalling, the social costs of diversity, the nebulous nature of diversity initiatives in government, the dishonest nature of the mainstream media, white civil rights, and much more. ♥ SHOW US SOME LOVEHELP US GROW Donate: https://paypal.me/redice Donate Bitcoin and other Cryptocurrencies: BTC: 15GFG2CVA6Ftq4w7dRuug9CQCsyrpeN1XG BCH: 1KVGWkLd5YuRxKNrVhExX8WiPCi4pGtey8 ETH: 0x90a0F323F58412eBfe086055831655A1c0D9E3B4 LTC: Lc8aHwQ91EMr4dTcCcdNVLhBxTf5GUhPjP More 3Fourteen: https://redice.tv/radio-3fourteen Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/redicetv Like us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/RedIceCreations Listen to us on Spreaker: https://www.spreaker.com/show/red-ice-radio_1 Subscribe to our YouTube: https://youtube.com/user/RedIceRadio RSS feeds: https://redice.tv/rss
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Vacationland (Maine) - Dr. Lodge McCammon - #50StatesAlbum

Vacationland (Maine) - Dr. Lodge McCammon - #50StatesAlbum

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Download the mp3, lyrics and additional materials from Discovery Education Streaming https://app.discoveryeducation.com/player/view/assetGuid/95D689F6-E2EE-4C9D-90DC-F0BB5CD6E7EA 50 States Album: A 50-song album covering the basic history, geography, and economic structure of each state in the U.S. http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkFXQnAzKU78Hz2833mKnet48DwqAuPD7 http://lodgemccammon.com/ Verse 1: Past St. Croix The English arrive, at Popham they try Then York oh boy Failed in this Province of Maine Facing weather and tribes Then we’re absorbed A disconnected colony vibe, a territory divide But in War of 1812 yeah we survived Explanation of verse 1: In 1604 the French were the first to settle the area that is now Maine (ME). They settled the island of St. Croix off the coast and called the entire area Acadia. In 1607 the British settle the Plymouth Company at Popham but only lasted 14 months. In 1622 the Province of Maine was claimed by James I. As a result, in 1623 another settlement was attempted called York. This settlement failed as well due to weather and the presence of American Indian Tribes. In 1652 the Province of Maine was absorbed into the Massachusetts Bay Colony even though area was not geographically connected to Massachusetts. The French (still calling it Acadia), English and American Indian Tribes fought over ME throughout the 17th and 18th centuries. ME was occupied by the British throughout and after the American Revolution. In the War of 1812, citizen of Maine fought the British occupation. ME did not receive much help from the Massachusetts, even though they were a part of the state. ME fought and beat the British. Chorus: In French Acadia English settlements were tried then given up Then the colony of Massachusetts claimed it all From our Appalachians to the Atlantic Ocean Here is the way that life should be Dirigo yeah directly we should lead Part of the compromise, Maine came in free Number 23 after our second stand Here in Vacationland Explanation of the chorus: The area of ME was called Acadia before the British took it over in the 1740s, and later it became part of the U.S after the Revolutionary War. ME was a difficult area to settle. When the Europeans arrived, they found it difficult to survive given the harsh climate and American Indian presence. Multiple British settlements were abandoned after short periods of time during the 1600s. ME was part of Massachusetts between 1652 and 1819. ME has the Appalachian Mountains in the west part of the state and the eastern border is the Atlantic Ocean. A popular state slogan of ME is “the way life should be.” ME’s state motto is “Dirigo” which means “I direct” or “I lead.” This motto is fitting based upon ME history. ME fought (largely) alone during the War of 1812 to get the British out of the state. They also voted to secede from Massachusetts twice. Once in 1807 unsuccessfully. Then again in 1819 successfully. After their successful secession, they were added as a free state to the U.S. (#23) in 1820 as part of the Missouri Compromise, before MO was added as a slave state shortly thereafter. Along with being called the Pinetree State, ME is also referred to as Vacationland due to the large role that summer tourism plays in their economy. Verse 2: From where I stood On Mt. Katahdin I saw endless pine trees and wood Southeast to Portland and Casco Bay Wind up that rock-bound coast, a thousand islands to stay Get the farthest east Past the Old Sow whirlpool up to West Quoddy Inland to Moosehead Lake Largest in the northeast Explanation of verse 2: http://tinyurl.com/MEVacationland Bridge: The black capped chickadee Tiny, though it never leaves Flies in Augusta with the tourists Pine cones and tassels from the white pine trees Biggest in New England, northeast Just one syllable here will do it Explanation of the bridge: http://tinyurl.com/MEVacationland Verse 3: Maine’s tall pine trees Where fur trapping and sawmills were in the lead Along the coast during the Civil deed Sparked growth, building ships from our lumber and fisheries Iron and oil in need Innovation ended our Golden Age in the 1860’s Still have our summers, landscape, lobster & waterways Explanation of verse 3: http://tinyurl.com/MEVacationland Copyright © 2014 Dr. Lodge McCammon. All Rights Reserved.
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History of Lewiston, Maine / History of towns in United States

History of Lewiston, Maine / History of towns in United States

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Country: United States of America State: Maine County: Androscoggin County City: Lewiston Population (2010): • Total 36,592 • Density 1,071.5/sq mi (413.7/km2) • Demonym Lewistonion HISTORY: In 1768 a Boston Company known as the Pejepscot Proprietors granted land for a settlement to be called Lewiston on the east side of the Androscoggin River at Twenty-Mile Falls. The recipients were Jonathan Bagley and Moses Little of Newbury, Massachusetts. Settlement began two years later when Paul Hildreth and his family arrived. Hildreth's log cabin was a short distance below the falls and he established a ferry service nearby. Other families followed. By 1790, Lewiston was home to 532 persons. Lewiston was incorporated as a town on February 18, 1795. Water power was harnessed by a timber dam by 1808-1809 and a canal was built. The town grew to 1,549 inhabitants by 1830. The first bridge was built in 1823. Although there were mills by the falls, the present downtown Lewiston was still occupied by a farm, a few dwellings, and a school house. As early as 1836, efforts were made to build dams, canals, and mills, but capital was lacking. Boston investors later made the developments possible. Each of the 1850 and 1860 census counts showed a doubling of the size of Lewiston.The DeWitt Hotel was built around 1854 and the Maine Seminary, later Bates College was established in 1855. After being chartered as a city in 1861, the city prospered during the Civil War, as the demand for textiles was high and steady. Lewiston's first mayor, Jacob Barker Ham, took office in 1863. Subsequent mayors went on to higher office. William P. Frye went to Congress and served as President pro tem of the U.S. Senate, twice being next in line for the presidency due to vacancies in the office of Vice President. Alonzo Garcelon, mayor in 1871, became governor of Maine in 1879. Another mayor-turned-congressman was Daniel McGillicuddy. An impressive city building was constructed in 1873. The current Lewiston City Hall replaced it after a fire in 1890. The Music Hall was built in 1877, with the aim of being "the best opera house east of Boston." It was renovated between 1999 and 2003 to house the Lewiston District courthouse. A spur from Lewiston by the Canadian National Railway introduced competition to the Maine Central Railroad and freight rates dropped. Starting in the 1870s, the Grand Trunk Station became the arrival point for thousands of French Canadians. Many settled in the area between Lisbon Street and the river, in blocks built by the mills or in an area called "Little Canada." By 1880, the population had risen to 19,083, a tenfold increase in 40 years. The oldest Roman Catholic church in Lewiston is St. Joseph's Church, built on Main Street between 1863 and 1867. The first parochial school was established in 1882. The first teachers were Sisters of Charity until replaced by the Ladies of Sion in 1892. St. Peter's Church served the French parish, was replaced by Saints Peter and Paul Church, built 1905-1938. St. Dominic's High School was founded in 1941 in the clubhouse of L'Association St. Dominique. Lewiston High School opened in 1850 and moved into a brick building on Main Street in 1859. A fire company was started in 1849. The Grey Nuns organized the first hospital, St. Mary's, which was dedicated in 1889. Central Maine General Hospital was established in 1891 with thirty beds in two houses on Main Street. Due to increased competitions from textile concerns in the South and overseas, the textile industry in Lewiston has gradually declined. A variety of new industries have grownup to replace it. The Geiger Brothers, publishers of The Farmer's Almanac, brought their printing business to Lewiston in 1955. Today 36 592 people live in Lewiston (2010 census).
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The Passamaquoddy: A People Reborn

The Passamaquoddy: A People Reborn

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A ten minute documentary on the Maine Indian Land Claims Case. Written, filmed, narrated and edited by Shireen Hinckley. I conducted the interviews in August of 2007. My sources are listed below: ------------------------------------------------------------ PRIMARY SOURCES Anderson, Peter. "What Can $81.5 Million Buy?" The Boston Globe Magazine 27 Oct. 1985. Primary Source This article interviewed many of the same people I interviewed, and it was very helpful in an overall summary of the case. It addressed mainly the good effects of the Settlement, not the cultural downsides. Anita, Paul. "School Dropouts." School Bulletin of T.R.I.B.E. Incorporated: Teaching and Research in Bi-Cultural Education Jan.-Feb. 1971. Primary Source Anita Paul was a 16 year old Passamaquoddy who had dropped out of school because she was being harassed by teachers and students alike. What she wrote in the school bulletin helped me understand more about what the kids were dealing with in other schools of predominately white population. Hansen, Donald C. "Discrimination At Home." Daily Kennebec Journal 22 July 1965. Primary Source I quoted this article directly in my documentary, and it was very helpful in highlighting the point I was making on discrimination. The author was comparing the discrimination against Passamaquoddy in Maine and Blacks in the south. Rogers, Bruce. "The Great Return." Maine Sunday Telegram 7 May 1978. Primary Source This newspaper gave me many good facts about the condition of life on the reservations before the settlement of the Claims Case. I mostly got my exact numbers, dates and percentages from this source. Sockabasin, Allen J. An Upriver Passamaquoddy. 1st ed. Gardiner, Maine: Tilbury House, 2007. Primary Source This book is a first-hand account of a tribal leader. I did not use any of the information in his book, but I did use many of the pictures he had in it. There were many images of the tribe and its history, and I used many of them to illustrate my story. Ssipsis Ganesahoway AKA Eugenia Thompson, ed. "The First American is Last." Maine Indian Newsletter Dec. 1966. Primary Source The Maine Indian Newsletters were edited and distributed during the 1960s and early 1970s, and were very helpful for providing background for my project. They could contain anything from a speech by a president to the announcement of a birth. Stevens, Sue. "Native American Political Issues." 21 Oct. 2007 http://www.geocities.com/capitolhill/9118/history5.html. Primary Source Sue Stevens gave me a very interesting view on the Passamaquoddy's case. Sue Stevens was there throughout much of the case, and was affected very much by the whole issue. Sue summarized the Case from beginning to end in a compelling way that was fun to follow, and she ended with addressing the conflicts that resulted from the case. ------------------------------------------------------------ SECONDARY SOURCES Brimley, Stephen. "The Foundation of the Maine Indian Land Claim." Maine Policy Review. University of Maine. 27 Oct. 2007 http://www.umaine.edu/mcsc/mpr.htm. Secondary Source Rolde, Neil. Unsettled Past — Unsettled Future: the Story of Maine Indians. Gardiner, Maine: Tilbury House, 2004. Secondary Source Waldman, Hilary. "Maine Parable: Two Tribes Discover $80 Million Won't Buy Independence." 27 May 1994. The Hartford Courant Company. http://archnet.asu.edu/archives/ethno/courant/day6.htm. Secondary Source ------------------------------------------------------------ NEWS CLIPS "Indian Meetings in Nevada and Colorado." The Huntley Brinkley Report. NBC. 22 Aug. 1969. Primary Source In the full clip the reporters interviewed John Stevens and many Native Americans from different tribes came and talked about what they should do with the poverty rates and school dropouts. "Maine Indian Claims." CBS Evening News. CBS. Indian Township, Maine. 28 Feb. 1977. Primary Source This news clip contained the interviews with the Maine homeowner, adding greatly to my documentary by giving it an additional point of view. "Maine Indian Land Claims." ABC News. ABC. Calais, Maine. 22 Aug. 1977. Primary Source This news segment introduced more of the poverty that was experienced before the claims, and the goals of the Passamaquoddy tribe. In it was also the interview with the Pharmacist. "Maine Indian Land Dispute." ABC News. ABC. Augusta, Maine. 28 Aug. 1985. Primary Source This news clip was after the suit was settled, and included aerial shots of Maine which I used in my documentary. "Special (Indians Vs. Maine)." NBC Nightly Special. NBC. 5 May 1976. Primary Source This nightly special was released shortly after the claims case officially began. The reporter, Lee McCarthy, addressed the fact that the claims was so big, most people do not yet know what is happening. ------------------------------------------------------------ MUSIC Shute, Malcolm. "Contemplation" and "Dawning." Spirits of Wilson Pond.
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314 & 363 Irish Settlement Road , Danforth, ME 04424

314 & 363 Irish Settlement Road , Danforth, ME 04424

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The Virtual Tour for the property at 314 & 363 Irish Settlement Road , Danforth, ME 04424 selling for $650,000: http://www.propertypanorama.com/instaview-tour/mreis/1287341 Other homes for sale by Lucas Adams of Adams Realty: http://www.propertypanorama.com/all-tours/797987 One of Maine's few hunting parks with several exotic animals on 300+ acres! Includes a Ranch home, Lodge, Garage, Barn, other structures, animals & equipment. Mixture of fields & woods with incredible views! This is a must see for the outdoorsman!
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