Don't insult Maine.
Yes... We are an average state. Nobody hears about us because we didnt house the guy that invented the IPOD.
Steven King lives in Maine and shoots ALL his movies here.
Lobsters are awesome, and your jealous
Rich celebrities vacation in Maine because we banned things like Starbucks on every corner and 10 walmarts in every town. we are the working people of the world and are the most educated people compared to the rest of our nation.
Maine outlawed billboards.
We are very fond of our state and get very offended when people ask things like "Is that in Canada?" "Where is Maine?" I think if i know where California is, you'd think they would know where one of the corners of the nation is....
Maine at that time was part of Massachusetts. In the late 1700's the population of Massachusetts was about 280,000.
1700 BCE is not linked to anything in particular, but traditional view state that Abraham Isaac and Jacob lived around that time.
what happen in the 1700 and 1900 ireally need help
cold and a high chances of blizzards
About 1700 miles.
The answer depends on the units used for 1700. It should be obvious that the answer for 1700 ounces and 1700 imperial tonnes will be different.
Food available in Maine during the 1700's included meats like venison, turkey, ducks and partridge. Sweets were sometimes available and fruit and wine were served by those that could afford them.
In that area (Maine didn't exist yet, it was part of Massachusetts) common sources of income came from fishing and lumber.
Anything they could buy or steal.
Bath, Maine is known as the "City of Ships". It earned its name by the massive amount of boat building that has gone on in Bath since the mid-1700's.
The Renaissance did not happen on a single date it happened at different times in different countries starting in the late 1300's in Italy and proceeding slowly north to Scandinavia in the 1700's
Battle of the Ten Kings happened in -1700.
Battle of Olkieniki happened on 1700-11-18.
Christmas in MaineMaine didn't exist until 1820. Just saying. But from what I could find, Christmas in the 1700's was basically how we celebrate it today, on a smaller scale.
Many different battlefields. it was in the 1700's
Great Northern War happened in 1700-02.
A British 1700 Crown (1700 DECIMO. TERTIO), circulated but still in good condition, might fetch anything from £90 to £1,500 GBP. A reputable coin dealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation.
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20% of 1700= 20% * 1700= 0.2 * 1700= 340
5700-1700 = 4000
people had not just one job but they had to do anything that needed done
slavery existed only in the South, not in the north