Kennebec

(from the article `Coffin, Robert P Tristram`) ...from 1937 to 1939 he was book and poetry editor for Yankee. Coffin explored other modes of writing in such works as Red Sky in the Morning (1935), ...
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Kennebec

county, west-central Maine, U.S. It is a region of rolling lowlands with higher elevations on the northwest. Foremost among the county`s many streams ...
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Kennebec

Kennebec is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Kennebec

Kennebec (ken'ubek) , river, 164 mi (264 km) long, rising in Moosehead Lake, NW Maine, and flowing S to the Atlantic; the Androscoggin River is its chief tributary. Samuel de Champlain explored the area in 1604–05; in 1607, George Popham established a short-lived colony, Fort St. George, a...
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