Brunswick, Maine

What is Brunswick, Maine known for?


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, and U.S. Route 460 and U.S. Route 560 (U.S. Route 560 (1925)) in New Mexico. As with the two-digit routes, three-digit routes have been added, removed, extended and shortened; the "parent-child" relationship is not always present. Several spurs of the decommissioned U.S. Route 66 still exist, and U.S. Route 191 travels from border to border, while U.S. Route 91 has been largely replaced by Interstate 15. '''Jeremiah Hacker''' (1801-1895 ) was a reformer and journalist who lived and wrote in Portland, Maine from 1845 to 1866. Born in Brunswick, Maine to a large Quaker family, Hacker moved to Portland as a young adult where he worked as a penmanship instructor, a teacher, and a shopkeeper. Eventually he sold his shop in 1841 and took to the road as an itinerant preacher during the Second Great Awakening. He traveled through Maine, telling people to leave their churches and seek their inner light, or "that of God within." He was born in Saco, Maine and attended the Saco schools, Thornton Academy, and Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine. He then engaged in trade and studied law, being admitted to the bar in 1826, and practiced successfully in his native town and in Biddeford, Maine. He was appointed a trustee of Thornton Academy in 1826 and served as president of the board of trustees from 1845 to 1847. Biography Upton graduated from Phillips Academy, Andover in 1870. He studied at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, at Princeton University where he received his M.S. (Master of Science), and in Berlin, where he worked together with Hermann von Helmholtz. Bowdoin Medical School, Medical Department of Bowdoin College Brunswick (Brunswick, Maine) & Portland (Portland, Maine) 1820 '''Maine's 1st congressional district''' is a congressional district in the U.S. state of Maine. The geographically smaller of the two congressional districts in the state, the district covers the southern coastal area of the state. The district consists of all of Cumberland (Cumberland County, Maine), Knox (Knox County, Maine), Lincoln (Lincoln County, Maine), Sagadahoc (Sagadahoc County, Maine), and York (York County, Maine) counties and most of Kennebec County (Kennebec County, Maine). Located within the district are the cities of Portland (Portland, Maine), Augusta (Augusta, Maine), Brunswick (Brunswick, Maine), and Saco (Saco, Maine). '''Frances Caroline "Fanny" Chamberlain, née Adams''' (12 August 1825 – 18 October 1905) was born in the Greater Boston area. She was shuffled to different family members until she settled with Rev. George Eliashib Adams, a nephew of her father, in Brunswick, Maine as a small child. She grew up an educated and artistic girl with a talent for music and singing, which is what made her play music in the First Parish Congregationalist Church (Congregational church) (her adoptive father's church). Chabotar later served as vice president for finance and administration and treasurer at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine from 1991-02 where he was subsequently honored by the Maine Legislature on the 25th anniversary of his college teaching. Bowdoin students established the Kent John Chabotar Scholarship Fund in 2002. He received the Distinguished Alumnus Award in Education from St. Francis University in 2003, and the Academic Leadership Award from the Council of Independent Colleges in 2003.


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'''Jeremiah Hacker''' (1801-1895 ) was a reformer and journalist who lived and wrote in Portland, Maine from 1845 to 1866. Born in Brunswick, Maine to a large Quaker family, Hacker moved to Portland as a young adult where he worked as a penmanship instructor, a teacher, and a shopkeeper. Eventually he sold his shop in 1841 and took to the road as an itinerant preacher during the Second Great Awakening. He traveled through Maine, telling people to leave their churches and seek their inner light, or "that of God within." He was born in Saco, Maine and attended the Saco schools, Thornton Academy, and Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine. He then engaged in trade and studied law, being admitted to the bar in 1826, and practiced successfully in his native town and in Biddeford, Maine. He was appointed a trustee of Thornton Academy in 1826 and served as president of the board of trustees from 1845 to 1847. Biography Upton graduated from Phillips Academy, Andover in 1870. He studied at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, at Princeton University where he received his M.S. (Master of Science), and in Berlin, where he worked together with Hermann von Helmholtz. Bowdoin Medical School, Medical Department of Bowdoin College Brunswick (Brunswick, Maine) & Portland (Portland, Maine) 1820 '''Maine's 1st congressional district''' is a congressional district in the U.S. state of Maine. The geographically smaller of the two congressional districts in the state, the district covers the southern coastal area of the state. The district consists of all of Cumberland (Cumberland County, Maine), Knox (Knox County, Maine), Lincoln (Lincoln County, Maine), Sagadahoc (Sagadahoc County, Maine), and York (York County, Maine) counties and most of Kennebec County (Kennebec County, Maine). Located within the district are the cities of Portland (Portland, Maine), Augusta (Augusta, Maine), Brunswick (Brunswick, Maine), and Saco (Saco, Maine). '''Frances Caroline "Fanny" Chamberlain, née Adams''' (12 August 1825 – 18 October 1905) was born in the Greater Boston area. She was shuffled to different family members until she settled with Rev. George Eliashib Adams, a nephew of her father, in Brunswick, Maine as a small child. She grew up an educated and artistic girl with a talent for music and singing, which is what made her play music in the First Parish Congregationalist Church (Congregational church) (her adoptive father's church). Chabotar later served as vice president for finance and administration and treasurer at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine from 1991-02 where he was subsequently honored by the Maine Legislature on the 25th anniversary of his college teaching. Bowdoin students established the Kent John Chabotar Scholarship Fund in 2002. He received the Distinguished Alumnus Award in Education from St. Francis University in 2003, and the Academic Leadership Award from the Council of Independent Colleges in 2003.


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and in Biddeford, Maine. He was appointed a trustee of Thornton Academy in 1826 and served as president of the board of trustees from 1845 to 1847. Biography Upton graduated from Phillips Academy, Andover in 1870. He studied at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, at Princeton University where he received his M.S. (Master of Science), and in Berlin, where he worked together with Hermann von Helmholtz. Bowdoin Medical School, Medical Department of Bowdoin College Brunswick (Brunswick, Maine) & Portland (Portland, Maine) 1820 '''Maine's 1st congressional district''' is a congressional district in the U.S. state of Maine. The geographically smaller of the two congressional districts in the state, the district covers the southern coastal area of the state. The district consists of all of Cumberland (Cumberland County, Maine), Knox (Knox County, Maine), Lincoln (Lincoln County, Maine), Sagadahoc (Sagadahoc County, Maine), and York (York County, Maine) counties and most of Kennebec County (Kennebec County, Maine). Located within the district are the cities of Portland (Portland, Maine), Augusta (Augusta, Maine), Brunswick (Brunswick, Maine), and Saco (Saco, Maine). '''Frances Caroline "Fanny" Chamberlain, née Adams''' (12 August 1825 – 18 October 1905) was born in the Greater Boston area. She was shuffled to different family members until she settled with Rev. George Eliashib Adams, a nephew of her father, in Brunswick, Maine as a small child. She grew up an educated and artistic girl with a talent for music and singing, which is what made her play music in the First Parish Congregationalist Church (Congregational church) (her adoptive father's church). Chabotar later served as vice president for finance and administration and treasurer at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine from 1991-02 where he was subsequently honored by the Maine Legislature on the 25th anniversary of his college teaching. Bowdoin students established the Kent John Chabotar Scholarship Fund in 2002. He received the Distinguished Alumnus Award in Education from St. Francis University in 2003, and the Academic Leadership Award from the Council of Independent Colleges in 2003.


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, the county seat of Lincoln County (Lincoln County, Maine), which Lewiston was originally in. It was also an impractical circumstance as Lewiston's neighbor, Auburn, was part of Cumberland County (Cumberland County, Maine). As the growing partnership of the two towns emerged, the case for the towns to be in the same county grew. Different plans were discussed, including Lewiston joining Cumberland County. Eventually, the idea of a new county came to the table. At this point in time there was a debate between which town the new county would be its center. With Bath (Bath, Maine), Brunswick (Brunswick, Maine), and Lewiston each pining for a county in which it was the center, Lewiston would eventually win the debate. Androscoggin County was created in 1854 from towns originally in Cumberland County, Lincoln County, Kennebec County (Kennebec County, Maine), and Oxford County (Oxford County, Maine). Durham is bordered by Pownal (Pownal, Maine), Auburn (Auburn, Maine), Freeport (Freeport, Maine), New Gloucester (New Gloucester, Maine), Brunswick (Brunswick, Maine), Lewiston (Lewiston, Maine), Lisbon Falls (Lisbon Falls, Maine), and Topsham (Topsham, Maine). '''Brunswick Station''' is a census-designated place (CDP) within the town of Brunswick (Brunswick, Maine) in Cumberland County (Cumberland County, Maine), Maine, United States. The population was 1,511 at the 2000 census (2000 United States Census). It is part of the Portland (Portland, Maine)–South Portland (South Portland, Maine)–Biddeford (Biddeford, Maine), Maine Metropolitan Statistical Area (Portland-South Portland-Biddeford metropolitan area). The town is crossed by state routes 24 and 123. It borders the town of Brunswick (Brunswick, Maine) to the north, and is separated by the New Meadows River from West Bath (West Bath, Maine) to the northeast, and Phippsburg (Phippsburg, Maine) to the east. History Part of the Plymouth Patent, it was first settled as Freetown in 1776-1777 by families from Brunswick (Brunswick, Maine). It would also be called Bloomingborough and Wales before being incorporated by the Massachusetts General Court on January 20, 1792 as Monmouth, after Monmouth (Monmouth Battlefield State Park), New Jersey. The name was suggested by landowner General Henry Dearborn (Henry Dearborn), who had fought in the Battle of Monmouth on June 28, 1778. '''Jeremiah Hacker''' (1801-1895 ) was a reformer and journalist who lived and wrote in Portland, Maine from 1845 to 1866. Born in Brunswick, Maine to a large Quaker family, Hacker moved to Portland as a young adult where he worked as a penmanship instructor, a teacher, and a shopkeeper. Eventually he sold his shop in 1841 and took to the road as an itinerant preacher during the Second Great Awakening. He traveled through Maine, telling people to leave their churches and seek their inner light, or "that of God within." He was born in Saco, Maine and attended the Saco schools, Thornton Academy, and Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine. He then engaged in trade and studied law, being admitted to the bar in 1826, and practiced successfully in his native town and in Biddeford, Maine. He was appointed a trustee of Thornton Academy in 1826 and served as president of the board of trustees from 1845 to 1847. Biography Upton graduated from Phillips Academy, Andover in 1870. He studied at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, at Princeton University where he received his M.S. (Master of Science), and in Berlin, where he worked together with Hermann von Helmholtz. Bowdoin Medical School, Medical Department of Bowdoin College Brunswick (Brunswick, Maine) & Portland (Portland, Maine) 1820 '''Maine's 1st congressional district''' is a congressional district in the U.S. state of Maine. The geographically smaller of the two congressional districts in the state, the district covers the southern coastal area of the state. The district consists of all of Cumberland (Cumberland County, Maine), Knox (Knox County, Maine), Lincoln (Lincoln County, Maine), Sagadahoc (Sagadahoc County, Maine), and York (York County, Maine) counties and most of Kennebec County (Kennebec County, Maine). Located within the district are the cities of Portland (Portland, Maine), Augusta (Augusta, Maine), Brunswick (Brunswick, Maine), and Saco (Saco, Maine). '''Frances Caroline "Fanny" Chamberlain, née Adams''' (12 August 1825 – 18 October 1905) was born in the Greater Boston area. She was shuffled to different family members until she settled with Rev. George Eliashib Adams, a nephew of her father, in Brunswick, Maine as a small child. She grew up an educated and artistic girl with a talent for music and singing, which is what made her play music in the First Parish Congregationalist Church (Congregational church) (her adoptive father's church). Chabotar later served as vice president for finance and administration and treasurer at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine from 1991-02 where he was subsequently honored by the Maine Legislature on the 25th anniversary of his college teaching. Bowdoin students established the Kent John Chabotar Scholarship Fund in 2002. He received the Distinguished Alumnus Award in Education from St. Francis University in 2003, and the Academic Leadership Award from the Council of Independent Colleges in 2003.


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: books.google.com books?id AmSFIvLGjLoC&dq History+of+Maine&lr &num 50&as_brr 0&source gbs_summary_s&cad 0 History of Brunswick, Topsham, and Harpswell, Maine Including Ancient Pejebscot. By George Augustus Wheeler and Henry Warren Wheeler. Published 1878. Full image at books.google. External links '''Jeremiah Hacker''' (1801-1895 ) was a reformer and journalist who lived and wrote in Portland, Maine from 1845 to 1866. Born in Brunswick, Maine to a large Quaker family, Hacker moved to Portland as a young adult where he worked as a penmanship instructor, a teacher, and a shopkeeper. Eventually he sold his shop in 1841 and took to the road as an itinerant preacher during the Second Great Awakening. He traveled through Maine, telling people to leave their churches and seek their inner light, or "that of God within." He was born in Saco, Maine and attended the Saco schools, Thornton Academy, and Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine. He then engaged in trade and studied law, being admitted to the bar in 1826, and practiced successfully in his native town and in Biddeford, Maine. He was appointed a trustee of Thornton Academy in 1826 and served as president of the board of trustees from 1845 to 1847. Biography Upton graduated from Phillips Academy, Andover in 1870. He studied at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, at Princeton University where he received his M.S. (Master of Science), and in Berlin, where he worked together with Hermann von Helmholtz. Bowdoin Medical School, Medical Department of Bowdoin College Brunswick (Brunswick, Maine) & Portland (Portland, Maine) 1820 '''Maine's 1st congressional district''' is a congressional district in the U.S. state of Maine. The geographically smaller of the two congressional districts in the state, the district covers the southern coastal area of the state. The district consists of all of Cumberland (Cumberland County, Maine), Knox (Knox County, Maine), Lincoln (Lincoln County, Maine), Sagadahoc (Sagadahoc County, Maine), and York (York County, Maine) counties and most of Kennebec County (Kennebec County, Maine). Located within the district are the cities of Portland (Portland, Maine), Augusta (Augusta, Maine), Brunswick (Brunswick, Maine), and Saco (Saco, Maine). '''Frances Caroline "Fanny" Chamberlain, née Adams''' (12 August 1825 – 18 October 1905) was born in the Greater Boston area. She was shuffled to different family members until she settled with Rev. George Eliashib Adams, a nephew of her father, in Brunswick, Maine as a small child. She grew up an educated and artistic girl with a talent for music and singing, which is what made her play music in the First Parish Congregationalist Church (Congregational church) (her adoptive father's church). Chabotar later served as vice president for finance and administration and treasurer at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine from 1991-02 where he was subsequently honored by the Maine Legislature on the 25th anniversary of his college teaching. Bowdoin students established the Kent John Chabotar Scholarship Fund in 2002. He received the Distinguished Alumnus Award in Education from St. Francis University in 2003, and the Academic Leadership Award from the Council of Independent Colleges in 2003.


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on the British political philosopher Michael Oakeshott. Life A native of Brunswick (Brunswick, Maine), Maine, and member of one of New England's oldest families (Boston Brahmin#Coffin), Robert P. T. Coffin graduated from Bowdoin in 1915, and went on to earn graduate degrees from Princeton University (1916) and Oxford University (1920), where he was a Rhodes Scholar. He is best known as the author of more than three dozen works of literature, poetry and history, including


prominent political

Hall was born in Gorham, Maine, U.S. (United States). Hall did his undergraduate work at Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine, graduating in 1875. He did his graduate schooling and research, and earned his Ph.D. (Doctor of Philosophy) degree (1880), at the Johns Hopkins University where his seminal experiments were performed. Background White was born in Lewiston (Lewiston, Maine). His grandfather, William P. Frye, was also a prominent political figure, having


wide field

Calhoun37 Calhoun, 37 In his senior year, Longfellow wrote to his father about his aspirations: I will not disguise it in the least... the fact is, I most eagerly aspire after future eminence in literature, my whole soul burns most ardently after it, and every earthly thought centres in it... I am almost confident in believing, that if I can ever rise in the world it must be by the exercise of my talents in the wide field of literature. Arvin, 13 ref>


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, a nephew of her father, in Brunswick, Maine as a small child. She grew up an educated and artistic girl with a talent for music and singing, which is what made her play music in the First Parish Congregationalist Church (Congregational church) (her adoptive father's church). Chabotar later served as vice president for finance and administration and treasurer at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine from 1991-02 where he was subsequently honored by the Maine Legislature on the 25th anniversary of his college teaching. Bowdoin students established the Kent John Chabotar Scholarship Fund in 2002. He received the Distinguished Alumnus Award in Education from St. Francis University in 2003, and the Academic Leadership Award from the Council of Independent Colleges in 2003.


recurring roles

Television'', p. 444 Merrill also had recurring roles in ''Then Came Bronson'' with Michael Parks and ''Young Doctor Kildare'', both of which lasted less than a season. The mid-coast region of Maine is said to be the center for jazz; it is home to the Mid-Coast Jazz Society, the Maine Festival in Brunswick (Brunswick, Maine), and the Boothbay Harbor Jazz Festival. Johnny Smith, a famous jazz guitarist grew up in Maine. thumb right 350px Video of the ''Downeaster'' passing through Scarborough, Maine. (File:AmtrakDowneasterScarboroughMaine2.ogv) An expansion project currently underway will add passenger train service along Maine's Atlantic (Atlantic Ocean) coastline from Portland to Brunswick (Brunswick, Maine). A study by the Chicago-based Center for Neighborhood Technology suggests that the extension, combined with commercial developments along the "Downeaster Corridor," could generate several billion dollars in construction investments plus $55 million annually in tax revenue for the state of Maine. '''Jeremiah Hacker''' (1801-1895 ) was a reformer and journalist who lived and wrote in Portland, Maine from 1845 to 1866. Born in Brunswick, Maine to a large Quaker family, Hacker moved to Portland as a young adult where he worked as a penmanship instructor, a teacher, and a shopkeeper. Eventually he sold his shop in 1841 and took to the road as an itinerant preacher during the Second Great Awakening. He traveled through Maine, telling people to leave their churches and seek their inner light, or "that of God within." He was born in Saco, Maine and attended the Saco schools, Thornton Academy, and Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine. He then engaged in trade and studied law, being admitted to the bar in 1826, and practiced successfully in his native town and in Biddeford, Maine. He was appointed a trustee of Thornton Academy in 1826 and served as president of the board of trustees from 1845 to 1847. Biography Upton graduated from Phillips Academy, Andover in 1870. He studied at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, at Princeton University where he received his M.S. (Master of Science), and in Berlin, where he worked together with Hermann von Helmholtz. Bowdoin Medical School, Medical Department of Bowdoin College Brunswick (Brunswick, Maine) & Portland (Portland, Maine) 1820 '''Maine's 1st congressional district''' is a congressional district in the U.S. state of Maine. The geographically smaller of the two congressional districts in the state, the district covers the southern coastal area of the state. The district consists of all of Cumberland (Cumberland County, Maine), Knox (Knox County, Maine), Lincoln (Lincoln County, Maine), Sagadahoc (Sagadahoc County, Maine), and York (York County, Maine) counties and most of Kennebec County (Kennebec County, Maine). Located within the district are the cities of Portland (Portland, Maine), Augusta (Augusta, Maine), Brunswick (Brunswick, Maine), and Saco (Saco, Maine). '''Frances Caroline "Fanny" Chamberlain, née Adams''' (12 August 1825 – 18 October 1905) was born in the Greater Boston area. She was shuffled to different family members until she settled with Rev. George Eliashib Adams, a nephew of her father, in Brunswick, Maine as a small child. She grew up an educated and artistic girl with a talent for music and singing, which is what made her play music in the First Parish Congregationalist Church (Congregational church) (her adoptive father's church). Chabotar later served as vice president for finance and administration and treasurer at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine from 1991-02 where he was subsequently honored by the Maine Legislature on the 25th anniversary of his college teaching. Bowdoin students established the Kent John Chabotar Scholarship Fund in 2002. He received the Distinguished Alumnus Award in Education from St. Francis University in 2003, and the Academic Leadership Award from the Council of Independent Colleges in 2003.

Brunswick, Maine

'''Brunswick''' is a town (New England town) in Cumberland County (Cumberland County, Maine) in southeastern Maine, United States. The population was 20,278 at the 2010 census (2010 United States Census). Part of the Portland-South Portland-Biddeford metropolitan area, Brunswick is home to Bowdoin College, the Bowdoin College Museum of Art, the Peary-MacMillan Arctic Museum, The Theater Project, and the Maine State Music Theatre. It is also home to Mid Coast Hospital, one of Maine's newest full-service hospitals; and Parkview Adventist Medical Center. It was home to Naval Air Station Brunswick which permanently closed on May 31, 2011.

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