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Castine Patriot Covers Riordan Lecture at Wilson Museum

The Castine Patriot reported on a lecture given at the Wilson Museum in Castine by Liam Riordan, a University of Maine history professor. More than 30 people attended Riordan’s June talk titled, “Does the American Revolution look different from the Penobscot River?” During the talk, Riordan spoke about the complex nature of Maine’s history regarding its involvement — and lack of involvement — in the American Revolution. His focus was on Castine, once known as Bagaduce, and the area surrounding the Penobscot River.

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