Maine has a great history of building some of the biggest Dams in the world at the time – during the 1800’s and into the 1900’s.

One of the most notorious ones is Rip Dam, the gorge that sits on the Golden Road in Northern Maine.

Dam’s were used to help haul logs down the river to successful to help the mills produce paper.

There are officially ten large dams in Maine.

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