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February 2009
American History;Feb2009, Vol. 43 Issue 6, p74
The article discusses the state of Maine. Liquor was banned in Maine from 1851 to 1934. Other topics include the annual rainfall in Maine, the amount of lobster that are caught in state waters each year, and the fact that more than half its population is bilingual. Also discussed is the portion of Maine's population that is of French descent.


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