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Maine Smuggling and the Raid on Calais

maine smuggling

The northern tip of the Maine coast was a smugglers' paradise for generations. Maine smuggling was an essential part of the economy there. The famous turncoat Benedict Arnold chose to set himself up on Campobello Island to engage in illegal trade ...

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The Little Canadas of New England

Dozens of Little Canadas have contributed a significant but often ignored part of the character and history of New England since the 19th century. They’ve given us magnificent churches, Catholic hospitals and sports heroes like Springfield’s Leo Durocher and Woonsocket’s ...

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