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  2. USS Maine (1889) - Wikipedia

    Maine was the first U.S. capital ship to have its power plant given as high a priority as its fighting strength. Her machinery, built by the N. F. Palmer Jr. & Company's Quintard Iron Works of New York, was the first designed for a major ship under the direct supervision of Arctic explorer and soon-to-be commodore, George Wallace Melville.

  3. Millinocket, Maine - Wikipedia,_Maine

    At an elevation 5,270 feet (1,610 m), its summit is the highest point in Maine and the northern terminus of the Appalachian Trail. Millinocket Stream flows through the town, from Millinocket Lake north of the town into the West Branch Penobscot River .

  4. Montreal, Maine and Atlantic Railway - Wikipedia,_Maine_and...

    Largely due to the lack of money for track maintenance and equipment, adverse winter weather conditions, and possibly the practice of running with single person crews, from 2003 to 2013 MMA recorded an accident rate of 36.1 accidents per million miles travelled, versus a national average of 14.6/million miles traveled for all of North America ...

  5. Maine East High School - Wikipedia

    Maine East was known as Maine Township High School when it was built in 1929 as a replacement for the original Maine Township High School, which itself had been built in 1902. Until 1959, when Maine West High School was built, it was the only school in the district. The school was built with an indoor rifle shooting range and a swimming pool.

  6. Presque Isle, Maine - Wikipedia,_Maine

    Presque Isle / p r ɛ s k aɪ l / is the commercial center and largest city in Aroostook County, Maine, United States.The population was 8,797 at the 2020 Census. The city is home to the University of Maine at Presque Isle, Northern Maine Community College, Husson University Presque Isle, Northern Maine Fairgrounds, The Aroostook Centre Mall, and the Presque Isle International Airport.

  7. List of Minnesota weather records - Wikipedia

    The following is a list of Minnesota weather records observed at various stations across the state during the last 100 years. Minnesota is a state in the Upper Midwestern region of the United States. Due to its location in the northern plains of the United States its climate is one of extremes.