Title

Fishing, Fowling, and Navigation: How a Colonial Ordinance Shaped a Coastline

Source

Island Journal

Date

2020

Pages

18-21

Abstract

A discussion about the private ownership of intertidal lands in Maine and what activities the public has rights to in these privately-owned zones. The author looks into the history of this statute regarding public access, which dates back to the time when Maine was part of Massachusetts.

Subjects

Right of way, Maine -- Public lands, Shorelines -- Maine

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