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There are 4,613 islands along the coast or a tidal waterway, according to the Maine State Planning Office's Maine Coastal Program.

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Is Maine part of the thirteen colonies?

Maine was not itself a colony, but the territory that later comprised the state of Maine (accepted as a separate state in 1820) was part of Massachusetts.


What state was part of Massachusetts until 1820?

The state that was part of Massachusetts until 1820 was Maine. Maine joined the union as a free state in 1820.


What state was part of Maine?

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The Aleutian Islands are part of which state?

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Is New Hampshire the only state bodering Maine?

Yes, Maine is the only state which directly borders just one state and that state is New Hampshire. Maine was part of Massachusetts when New England was part of the British Empire.


Why did Maine become a state?

Maine became a state in 1820 as part of the Missouri Compromise. This act formed both Maine and Missouri to help keep the balance between free and slave states, Maine being a free state, and Missouri being a slave state. Maine had been part of Massachusetts until then.


When did Maine become a state of the USA?

A bill to make Maine a state was passed by the U.S. and was part of the Missouri Compromise. Maine became a state of the USA in 1820 and has been a state since.


What state was Maine once a part of?

Massachusetts


What state was admitted because Missouri was admitted?

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What state was part of Massachusetts until after the revolution?

Maine was part of Massachusetts long after the Revolutionary War. Maine started out as it's own colony, but became part of Massachusetts before the Revolutionary War. Maine became a state in 1820.


What US state was once a part of Massachusetts?

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Which state was once part of Massachusetts Maine or Connecticut?

the answer is Maine. you better be glad that I found the answer, bubbo! Just Kidding. but the answer is Maine.


When did Maine becoma a state?

Maine became part of the United States was March 15, 1820.


In what state are the Aleutians Islands?

The Aleutians Islands form part of Alaska.


What countries owned Maine before it became a state?

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When did Maine become the 23rd state?

Maine became the 23rd state on March 15, 1920 as part of the Missouri Compromise. It is known as the Pine tree state.


What states border Maine?

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When was Maine a part of the country?

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What is the second coldest state in the US?

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Which new England state was formerly part of Massachusetts?

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What state is aleutian islands part of?

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Which state is part of the pacific islands?

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What was the 23rd state to be part of the United states?

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Which present day state was once part of Massachusetts?

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