CASTINE, Maine — It is called the War of 1812, but it might as be called the War of 1814 when it comes to the coast of Maine. During that summer and fall 200 years ago, the powerful Royal Navy of the British Empire descended upon communities such as Eastport, …
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Posted July 06, 2014, at 6:44 p.m.
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