No. Maine was originally part of Massachusetts.
No. At the time Maine was part of the colony of Massachusets,
The following website has a comparison of the original and statutory Maine Constitutions: http://www.mainemediaresources.com/mpl_maineconst.htm
Maine was not one of the original 13 colonies.
Maine was not one of the original thirteen colonies.
Maine and Massachusetts were part of the same territory therefore part of the 13 Original colonies - http://www.socialstudiesforkids.com/graphics/13mapnew.htm
Maine entered the united states of America in 1820 and it wasn't a original colony
Maine and Nevada
The Abenaki called it Merriconeag.
no it was a part of Massachusetts
30.2 people in Maine parle francais
People in Maine love to listen to country
The estimated population of Maine is 1,316,000 people.
Maine doesn't have a desert.
13540 people live in Maine
Maine's Aroostook County is known for its potatoes, but people from Maine don't necessarily eat conspicuously more potatoes than people from other states. The foods Maine is typically associated with are lobster and blueberries.
No. Maine was originally part of Massachusetts. It was not it's own state until the Missouri Compromise of 1820.
the coastal lowlands region of Maine
As of 2000 the answer is 41 people per square mile in Maine
Maine and Vermont were considered too close to the French and Indian war in what we now call Canada.
Maine and Vermont
They are located on the eastern coast of the U.S., from Maine to Georgia.
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There are a great many attractions in Maine. The ocean is one attraction in Maine that many people enjoy visiting.