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The Pine Tree State
   is a nickname for the state of   
Maine
Unofficial nickname. Nicknamed for the white pine, the offical state tree, and remembering that Maine has 17 million acres of forests.
A Downeaster
   lives in   
Maine
Maine
   state capital is   
Augusta
Acadia National Park
   is located in   
Maine
Founded in 1919, encompasses 47 mi².
Bleu Du Maine
   is a breed of   
Sheep
I-95
   crosses   
Maine
Maine
   has the state flower   
White Pine Cone And Tassel
Maine
   has the Postal Abbreviation   
ME
Maine
   sank in   
1898
Feb. 15 U.S. battleship destroyed in Havana harbor by an explosion that killed 260 men. The incident led to the outbreak of the Spanish-American War
Maine
   has the motto   
"I Direct"
"I Walked Into the Kitchen to Inspect My Blue Maine Lobster. It Was Boiling Nicely, and Now She Was Too."
   are the closing lines of   
Upon Phoning an X-wife Not Seen for 20 Years by Charles Bukowski
Bukowski, a popular and prolific poet from Los Angeles was the subject of the film "Barfly".
Maine
   flag is   

The Maine coat of arms shows a moose resting under a pine tree.
Maine
      
Shares Its Border With Only One Other State
New Hampshire
Wild Blueberries
   is/are an official state food of   
Maine
Wurzburg
   stands on the   
Maine
Germany
Maine
   has the telephone area code   
207
Paul LePage
   is Governor of   
Maine
Republican 2011
Maine
   has   
The Pemaquid Point Lighthouse and a Schooner at Sea
Joined union in 1820, quarter released in 2003
Caribou, Bangor, Lewiston
   are all   
Cities in Maine
Maine
   the highest point is   
Mt. Katahdin, 5,267 Feet
White Mountain National Forest
   is situated in   
Maine / New Hampshire
University of Maine
   is situated in   
Orono
United States
Maine
   has   
004 to 007
Tom's of Maine Inc.
   is found at   
Kennebunkport, ME
Toothpaste
U.S.S. Maine
      
Replacement Battleship for the One Sunk in Havana Harbor at Start of Spanish American War
Commissioned Dec. 1902 -- BB-10
University of Maine
   has   
Bananas
Black bear mascot
Carolyn Chute
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
The Beans of Egypt, Maine (1994)
Based on the 1985 book
Maine
      
Is the Eastern-most State
Prior to 1965 when the international dateline was jogged west of the Aleutians, Alaska was both western-most and eastern-most state.
Portland
   is situated in   
Maine
Angers
   is the capital of   
Maine Et Loire
Pays-de-la-Loire Region
Maine
   has the   
Black-capped Chickadee
(Poecile atricapilla) 1927
Humphrey Bogart
   was considered for the role of   
Norman Maine in A Star is Born (1954)
James Mason got the part
Marlon Brando
   was considered for the role of   
Norman Maine in A Star is Born (1954)
James Mason got the part
Montgomery Clift
   was considered for the role of   
Norman Maine in A Star is Born (1954)
James Mason got the part
Gary Cooper
   was considered for the role of   
Norman Maine in A Star is Born (1954)
James Mason got the part
Cary Grant
   was considered for the role of   
Norman Maine in A Star is Born (1954)
James Mason got the part
Apple
   has a variety named   
Somerset of Maine
Maine
   has a population of   
1,317,207
41st among all States and Territories
Maine
   has the state insect   
Honeybee
Moosehorn
   is located in   
Maine
One of the most northern refuges along the Atlantic flyway
Rachel Carson
   is located in   
Maine
Protects valuable salt marshes and estuaries for migratory birds
Sunkhaze Meadows
   is located in   
Maine
23rd
   state to join the union was   
Maine
March 15, 1820
Maine
   joined the U.S.A in   
1820
March 15, 1820
Maine Line
   was performed by   
James Parkington
2008
Lusitania, Maine, Andrea Doria
   are all   
Sunken Ships
Titanic too !
Castlemaine XXXX
   used the slogan   
"Australians Wouldn't Give a XXXX for Anything Else"
"Il Y a Toujours Du Bon Dans La Folie Humaine"
   means   
There is Always Some Good in Human Craziness
Auguste Villiers de L'Isle-Adam
The Human Beast
   was the English title of   
La Bête Humaine
1938; directed by Jean Renoir






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