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Menan Islands, Maine

Grand Menan belongs to the British, and lies off the mouth of St. Croix river, and Passamaquoddy bay. It is 16 miles in length, and its average breadth is about 5. On the south side are a number of islands and several small harbors. The inhabitants are principally fishermen.

Little Menan, or "Petit Menan," in Washington county, Me., lies off the harbors of Goldsborough and Steuben. It has a light house, with a tower 25 feet in height. It lies about 3 miles S.S.E. from Goldsborough harbor.

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