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Ronald F. Banks. Maine Becomes a State: The Movement to Separate Maine from Massachusetts, 1785-1820. Wesleyan University Press. 1970. 425pp. For the Maine Historical Society.

Henry S. Burrage. The Beginnings of Colonial Maine: 1602-1658. State of Maine. 1914. 412pp.

Henry S. Burrage. Maine in the Northeastern Boundary Controversy. State of Maine. 1919. 398pp.

Roger F. Duncan. Coastal Maine: A Maritime History. New York: W. W. Norton. 1992. 573pp.

John Gould. Maine Lingo: Boiled Owls, Billdads & Wazzats. Down East Magazine. 1975. 342pp.

William B. Jordan. Maine in the Civil War: A Bibliographical Guide. Maine Historical Society. 1976. 74pp.

Richard W. Judd; with Patricia A. Judd. Aroostook: A Century of Logging in Northern Maine. University of Maine Press. 1989. 351pp.

James S. Leamon. Revolution Downeast: The War for American Independence in Maine. University of Massachusetts Press. 1995. 320pp.

Gertrud A. Mellon; Elizabeth F. Wilder (editors). Maine and Its Role in American Art, 1740-1963. Viking Press. 1963. 178pp.

Kenneth T. Palmer; G. Thomas Taylor; Marcus A. LiBrizzi. Maine Politics & Government. University of Nebraska Press. 1992. 240pp.

Christian P. Potholm. Maine: The Dynamics of Political Change. Lexington Books. 2005. 155pp.

Louise Dickinson Rich. The Coast of Maine: An Informal History. Crowell. 1956. 308pp.

Marion Jaques Smith. A History of Maine: From Wilderness to Statehood. Falmouth Publishing House. 1949. 348pp.

Alan Taylor. Liberty Men and Great Proprietors: The Revolutionary Settlement on the Maine Frontier, 1760-1820. University of North Carolina Press. 1990. 381pp.

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