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Location, Location, Location-Part I

This Land is MY Land After the completion of Fort George in 1715, the proprietors of the Pejepscot Company, who had a King’s grant to develop a large swath of land in mid-coast Maine, were ready to divide Brunswick and … Continue reading

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Men With No Names

Man. Boy. Negro. When they tallied up wages for the building of Fort George, the Pejepscot Proprietors didn’t name three of the workers, though they did so for most of the tradesmen who constructed the fort andĀ the ship captains who … Continue reading

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