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Antique Little's Good Gloves Brass Store Display Sign Torrey RB Works Bath Maine


 

Hand Carved Wood, Red Screech Owl, Carved in Bath Maine 1991 by Frank Sylvester


 

Original 1862 Coast Survey Map KENNEBEC & SHEEPSCOT RIVERS Wiscasset Bath Maine


 

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Bath, Maine - View of the Carlton Bridge Approach


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- 100% Made in America! - Eco-Friendly Wood Frame (White Option) - FSC Archival Matte Paper - Framed with high clarity acrylic plexiglass - Print Size: 36" x 24" - Frame Size: 38" x 26" - Vibrant color, durable, and flawless finish - Archival ink: UV resistant, color safe, fade resistant - Ready to hang! Lantern Press is a dynamic art company that specializes in the world's leading imagery. Our collection includes original works created by our in-house art team, modern photography, home & office decor trends, antique maps, vintage posters, and everything in between.
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Bath Towels Keep Calm You Live In West Bath Maine Beach Pool Towels 28" x 55"


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The towel can bring your joy to in your daily life. Dries quickly between uses; extremely soft and gentle on your skin and quickly absorb moisture.Soft micro-cotton gives you all the comfort you need with the fabric.
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Ships, Swindlers, and Scalded Hogs: The Rise and Fall of the Crooker Shipyard in Bath, Maine


(Hardcover)
by: Frederic B. Hill
Brothers William Donnell Crooker and Charles Crooker were among the most prominent mid-nineteenth-century shipbuilders in Bath, Maine, itself one of the most prominent shipbuilding cities in the world during that time. This colorful history of the Crookers' company by the great-great grandson of William Donnell provides a thorough overview of a family, its contributions to shipbuilding, and the historic sweep of shipbuilding in the area, as well as a fascinating glimpse into everyday life in Maine during this time.
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Bath, Maine's Charlie Morse:: Ice King and Wall Street Scoundrel


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by: Philip H. Woods
Born in Bath, Maine, in 1857, Charles W. Morse grew up on the Kennebec River with his family's tugboats, shipyards and trade in natural ice. After college he moved to New York City to handle the family's business affairs there. It took twenty years, but he created companies to form a monopoly on the sale of natural ice in New York City, making him very, very rich. He turned to coastal steamboats, again forming many companies into one large one. Creating these businesses and investing in banks made him a Wall Street insider.
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Imported From Bath Maine Sports City T Shirt


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This Imported From Bath Maine Sports Team Trade T Shirt is printed on high quality cotton that will amaze. This cool tee is pre-shrunk and the graphics are colorfast. Makes a great gift!
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Bath, Maine City Mug


This is a new ceramic coffee mug imprinted using the latest sublimation technology. This process embeds the image permanently and gives it a smooth surface with a crisp and vivid image. Design is imprinted on a standard 11 oz white mug and it is dishwasher safe. Same design printed on both sides of mug.
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Bath, Maine City White Stainless Steel Water Bottle Straw Top


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This is a new white stainless steel water bottle imprinted using sublimation technology. It has a straw top within the lid. Its holding capacity is 20 oz of liquid.
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Bath Iron Works


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by: Andrew C. Toppan
Bath Iron Works was established by Gen. Thomas Hyde in 1884 and launched its first ship in 1891. Since then, the shipyard on the Kennebec River has built dozens of luxurious yachts, hardworking freighters, tugs, trawlers, lightships, and more than two hundred twenty warships for the U.S. Navy. Today, Bath Iron Works continues a shipbuilding tradition that began nearly four hundred years ago when the first ship built in America was constructed just a few miles downriver from Bath. Bath Iron Works showcases a unique collection of photographs that provides a rare view inside one of the nation's great shipyards.
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Bath Maine Residence Inn


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PCU Zumwalt Leaves the Pier in Bath, Maine


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The Real Housewife of Bath Maine Commercial


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4th of July Parade, Bath, Maine - Laura's surprise present


Joe Loves Laura. A year ago he bought her a 1969 mustang, parked at his friend Stan's house, and Joe and Stan started fixing it up. Last winter, Joe was ...
 

Senator Baxter of Bath, Maine


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