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Lincoln, Maine - World War I

Lewiston: Dingley, Inc. 1822-1928. Print. "World War I." World War I. Web. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_War_I>.

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Lincoln, Maine - Civil War

I think all the people that fought in the Civil War were really brave. One of the men that was part of the Civil War from Lincoln was William…

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Lincoln, Maine - Aroostook War

… Aroostook War (also known as the “Pork and Beans War” and the “Lumberjack War”), I would be nervous if I was a wife to one of the men that went to…

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Cumberland & North Yarmouth - Brothers of the Civil War

By the end of the war on April 9, 1865 approximately 97 men and one woman from North Yarmouth and 62 men from Cumberland had left their hometowns and…

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John Martin: Expert Observer - Bangor Commercial article on World's Fair contest

… ran a contest in 1893, offering trips to the World's Fair -- the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago.

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Lincoln, Maine - Frederick A. Edwards

… invented something that would have changed the world. Works Cited Goodwin, Beckie. Their Eyes Hath Seen the Glory. Lincoln Center, Me.: B.

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Lincoln, Maine - Railroads

… used it to transport soldiers to and from World War II. B.J.'s General Store in Mattawamkeag was rented out to the Army to house black soldiers who…

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Lincoln, Maine - Weatherbee Hardware

After World War I, Mr. Horace Weatherbee, Albert Weatherbee’s grandson, Edward Weatherbee’s son, became a stockholder in the business.

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Lincoln, Maine - Lincoln Theater

People all over the world like to be able to go with family to see a movie in their own town. I would love it if we still had a movie theater in…

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Lincoln, Maine - Cars, Model T

The car is one of our largest ways of transportation. Without the car I do not believe that we would be here today without it, technologically…

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Lincoln, Maine - Jonathan Clay Jr.

There could have been huge changes if the war came here and was fought, and we could have had our town or even country taken over.

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Lincoln, Maine - Thomas G. Libby

He went to war when he was fourteen to be a drummer boy. There was already a drummer boy, so he fought along side his father, Thomas S. Libby.

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Lincoln, Maine - Jacob Stinchfield

The Aroostook War was when Maine was arguing with Canada for parts of the border. It was a bloodless war because we settled it with a treaty before…

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Lincoln, Maine - Nathaniel Bodwell

No war is safe, what makes this one different? Why should I just stop thinking about it now? I won't, not until I see his face again.

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Lincoln, Maine - Thomas S. Libby

He was in the war to help people and friends out so they wouldn’t get hurt. I bet Thomas S. Libby would like it more now than back then because it…

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Lincoln, Maine - Wartime Lincoln

… of Mattawamkeag stationed in Iraq X   Bob Lyons Interview on the Korean War   Althea Nason Interview on Women in WWII Lincoln Then

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Lincoln, Maine - Newspapers

Some people wouldn’t have even heard anything about the war at all. The people of Lincoln might not know when there are changes happening in other…

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Lincoln, Maine - Aaron Huntress

Warren was ranked 1st Lieutenant in the Aroostook War. He was later discharged in muster on September 11, 1865. He later died on December 20, 1913.

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Lincoln, Maine - Gary Gordon

… lucky I am to have a dad that isn’t a part of the war. Gary had a wife, Carmen Gordon, of Lincoln, and two children, Ian, 6, and Brittany, 3, at…

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Surry by the Bay - Early Twentieth Century

One man, Wilbur McKeown, a 2nd Class Petty Officer, was killed by Japanese bombers at the battle of Savo Island, August 28,1942, while serving on the…

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Surry by the Bay - Surry Opera Company

… together people from across the region and the world through music. Program CoverItem Contributed bySurry Historical Society Beginnings: the…

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Lincoln, Maine - Lincoln Center school, ca. 1950

… school was built in 1926 to replace an older one-room schoolhouse. The old school is still standing and is now the Lincoln Center Church of God.

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Lincoln, Maine - View of Mattanawcook Lake from Clark Street, Lincoln, ca. 1890

There is only one house showing on Taylor Street. It was built by Dr. Edwin Stanley Taylor and is still there today. Hence the name Taylor Street.

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Lincoln, Maine - Influential Institutions

Each student was able to respond through one of four learning styles: MASTERY (summarizing facts, dates, places, important events, etc.)…