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Agamenticus Mountain, Maine

So called, being three elevations of land in York, Me., about 4 miles from the sea, and a noted land mark for those on the coast to the northward and eastward of Portsmouth harbor. The highest summit is 673 feet above the ocean. It is said that Saint Aspinquid died on this mountain in 1682, and that his funeral was celebrated by the Indians, by the sacrifice of 6711 wild animals.


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