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    Maine Resources and Information

    Maine was the 23rd state in the US, becoming a state on March 15, 1820. Maine is the 39th biggest state, with 35,387 square miles. In fact, it is almost as nig as all of the other five New England states put together. Some of the major industries agriculture, shipbuilding, fishing and tourism. Maine is also one of America's largest blueberry growing states, raising 90% of the low-bush blueberries in North America.

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    Maine Largest Of The New England States Of The NE United States. It Is Bordered By New Hampshire (W), The Canadian Provinces Of Quebec (NW) And New Brunswick (NE), The Atlantic Ocean (the Gulf Of Maine; SE), And The Bay Of Fundy (E).

    Maine Economy

    Maine's Traditional Economic Activities Have Experienced Difficult Times In Recent Years. Fishing, The State's Earliest Industry, Has Declined Considerably, Although Lobsters Are Still Caught In Abundance. Lumberingóthe First Sawmill In America Was Built In 1623 On The Piscataqua Riveródominated Industry And The Export Trade From The Days When The White Pines Provided Masts For The British Navy, But With The Big Trees Largely Exhausted, Maine Loggers Now Produce Chiefly Pulp For Papermaking. The Proximity Of Harbors To Forests Early Encouraged Shipbuilding, Which Reached Its Peak In The 19th Cent. With The Disappearance Of Wooden Ships And The Related Timber Trade, Commercial Activity Slackened. Portland, The Largest Port, Now Operates Far Below Its Substantial Capacity, Handling Chiefly Oil For The Pipeline To Montreal. Bath Iron Works, Which Builds Warships, Remains The State's Largest Single-site Employer. Manufacturing Is Still The Largest Sector In The State's Economy. Maine Is A Leading Producer Of Paper And Wood Products, Which Are The Most Valuable Of All Manufactures In The State. Food Products And Transportation Equipment Are Also Important, But Production Of Leather Goods (especially Shoes) Has Declined. The Mineral Wealth Of The State Is Considerable. Many Varieties Of Granite, Including Some Superior Ornamental Types, Have Been Used For Construction Throughout The Nation. Sand And Gravel, Zinc, And Peat Are Found In Addition To Stone. However, Much Of Maine's Abundant Natural And Industrial Resources Remain Undeveloped.
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