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Harbor and fishing boats of Friendship, Maine

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The town of Friendship, Maine was incorporated in 1807. It has a well developed working waterfront that is home to one of the most active lobster fishing fleets on the coast of Maine. Friendship has a population of about 1200 people, one museum and at least one restaurant, maybe two.

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