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Screw Auger Falls - North Oxford, ME

Upper Falls

Lower Falls

Natural Arch

Tributary near parking lot

Upper Falls

(Not to be confused with Screw Auger Falls in Gulf Hagas, ME)

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The Film Age: Boston Through a Forgotten Media

Street photography has always been interesting to me. We become one in the same with the subject: another passerby, another character interacting with the world around us. 290 more words

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WinterSpring Photos

Back in the day, a regular on the kids’ television show Howdy Doody was a putative Indian called Princess Summer Fall Winter Spring. The last two seasons in her name were run together as if they were one word. 221 more words

Tom Brady Is The First NFL Player To Lead All 50 States In Jersey Sales

Tom Brady's jersey was the top selling jersey in EVERY STATE in February, the 1st time that any player has led sales in all 50 states.

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Abolition Scorned: Boston’s Response to Antislavery

The radical abolitionist William Lloyd Garrison

Modern Bostonians take pride in the Hub’s association with the anti-slavery crusade. It was here, we are fond of reminding outsiders, that the militantly antislavery newspaper the Liberator was founded in 1831 by radical abolitionist William Lloyd Garrison and that the most resolutely abolitionist organization in the United States, the New England Antislavery Society, was founded in 1833. 1,657 more words

History

Big Inca

To: Bill

From: Manny

Date: March 24

Have you seen Goat-man’s design for the weather vane to go atop the central mill spire? I think you’ll love it.  10 more words

New England

Has come to this house today

Something tells me that you just might believe there are nearly 700 posts in my Drafts folder. I’m sure WP hates me as much as does the cellar that has had to hold 700 other items for years, though not all are mine nor even ours. 390 more words

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