Quoddy Village, 1936
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This photograph is a view of Quoddy Village, which was built to house and support workers for the federally funded Passamaquoddy Tidal Power Project. After the project ended in the mid 1930s, the village was used by the National Youth Administration and then as a military training base during World War II.
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