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Kennebunkport, Maine, 1911

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许多人为了从事木材工业而搬到缅因州,其他人则是为了该地的美景,或者只是想要搬到一个新的地方,而到缅因州定居。当这里成为美国一州之前,已经有大约30万人住在这里了。现在缅因州是密西西比河以东人烟最稀少的一州。缅因州的肯纳邦克港 (Kennebunkport) 小镇从二十世纪初期以来,就是十分流行的海边度假胜地。你知道哪一位美国前总统与他的夫人到现在还在这里度假吗?你有没有去过缅因州呢?

Many people moved to Maine for the timber industry, others for the beauty of the area or a chance to settle somewhere new. Nearly 300,000 people already lived there when it became a state. Now it is the most sparsely populated state east of the Mississippi. The town of Kennebunkport, Maine, has been a fashionable seaside resort since the early 20th century. Do you know what former president and first lady still vacation there? Have you ever visited Maine?
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