Feature article on the collection of islands and villages that make up Georgetow
Feature article on the collection of islands and villages that make up Georgetown, one of Maine's most beautiful, yet least-known towns. The villages of Five Islands, Robinhood, Marrtown, Indian Point, Kennebec Point, Bay Point and Georgetown Center each have their own distinctive nature and character, some as fishing villages, others as exclusive summer colonies. Peter Cox, former owner and editor of the original "Maine Times," is a local. Cox has maintained his interest in public policy and notes that Georgetown is surprisingly politically aware. Georgetown's public seashore, 766-acre Reid State Park, hosts more than 150,000 visitors a year, most of them Mainers.
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Beem, Edgar Allen, "Feature article on the collection of islands and villages that make up Georgetow" (2003). Maine News Index - Down East Magazine. 1516.
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