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Katahdin Iron Works Furnace Ruins (<b><i>marker visible left of furnace ruins</b></i>) image, Touch for more information
By Cosmos Mariner, July 16, 2007
Katahdin Iron Works Furnace Ruins (marker visible left of furnace ruins)
Maine (Piscataquis County), Brownville — Katahdin Iron Works in the 1880's
Though it has all but vanished, this is the scene that would have appeared directly in front of you had you visited this spot in the 1880ís. The stone furnace still standing today was once enclosed within a group of buildings that housed each . . . — Map (db m102285) HM
Maine (Piscataquis County), Greenville — A Trip to Katahdin... 1857
Beginning at 4:00am July 24 Thoreau, Edward Hoar and Indian guide Joe Polis launched their canoe. Their first stop was at Moose Island for breakfast. Keeping close to shore they saw the dam at east outlet and continued to Sand Bar Island. . . . — Map (db m102400) HM
Maine (Piscataquis County), Greenville — Greenville Maine 1963 B-52 Elephant Mountain Crash Site
In memory of those who lost their lives in the B-52 crash of 24 Jan 1963.

Lt.Col. Joe S. Simpson Jr. Maj. William W. Gabriel Maj. Herbert L. Hansen Maj.Robert J. Hill Maj. Robert J. Morrison Capt. Charles G. Leuchter T-Sgt. Michael F. O'Keefe . . . — Map (db m95834) HM


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