The One Minute Geographer: The Triplets: Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont — A Few More Fascinating Aspects

A few more things about northern New England before we move on to other states.

We mentioned French Canadians earlier in Maine, but here are some statistics. All New England cities have substantial numbers of people with French ancestry. Mainly these are ancestors from French Canada…

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Geography professor (retired) writes The One Minute Geographer with a featured series: This Fragile Earth, and a book review series: Great Translations

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Jim Fonseca

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Geography professor (retired) writes The One Minute Geographer with a featured series: This Fragile Earth, and a book review series: Great Translations

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