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1. "As ___ goes . . . "
2. Voting bellwether
3. "Remember the ___!"
4. Havana memory
5. "Remember the ___"
6. Ship to be remembered
7. Where Mt. Katahdin towers
8. Acadia National Park site
9. Memorable warship
10. Havana casualty: 1898
11. Rudy Vallee's alma mater
12. Pine Tree (or 23d)
13. Remembered ship
14. Battleship destroyed in 1898
15. Ship to remember
16. Orono campus
17. Site of Loring A.F.B.
18. Subject of anslogan
19. Gosnold touched it in 1602
20. A ship remembered
21. "Remember the ___,"slogan
22. Down East state
23. Muskie's home state
24. Feb.headline word
25. U.S. battleship: 1898
26. Down East
27. Coffin's "___ Ballads": 1938
28. Down-easter's home
29. Down-easter's state
30. Normandy neighbor
31. Site of a Bush retreat
32. A neighbor of Quebec
33. Memorable battleship
34. Kennebunkport's locale
35. "Remembered" ship
36. Where Mt. Desert Island is
37. Historic battleship
38. "Dirigo" is its motto
39. A ship to remember
40. Seal Harbor site
41. Lobster locale
42. Winslow Homer's home
43. Stephen King's home state
44. Acadia National Park locale
45. Ship that's remembered
46. Sen. Snowe's state
47. Something to remember, with "the"
48. One of the 61-Across
49. See 29-Across or 9-Down
50. Augusta's home
51. L.L. Bean's home
52. Home of the Calendar Islands, once thought to totalin number
53. Ship inheadlines
54. "Murder, She Wrote" locale
55. Mount Katahdin's setting
56. Lobster-exporting state
57. Lobster-producing state
58. Acadia National Park state
59. Penobscot state
60. State bordering Quebec
61. State home to many Wolastoqiyik
62. It was remembered in 1898
63. Home for 60-Across
64. Summercaters' state
65. Moosehead Lake location
66. Moose Point State Park setting
67. New England state
68. Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge setting
69. Home of Senators Collins and King
70. Senator King's state
71. Setting for many Stephen King stories
72. It was given statehood in 1820
73. It's been remembered since 1898?
74. State that borders only one other
75. State of one syllable
76. State with one syllable
77. Senator Snowe's state, appropriately
78. Where the Penobscot flows
79. L.L.Bean's home state
80. Home to Bowdoin, Bates, and Colby
81. State that borders only one other state
82. It was admitted as a free state as part of the Missouri Compromise
83. With 29 Down, breed of cat
84. Ship destroyed in 1898
85. Potato provider
86. Ship bombed in 1898
87. Margaret Chase Smith's constituency
88. Typical Stephen King setting
89. Hannibal Hamlin's state
90. Former exclave of Massachusetts
91. Home to Acadia National Park
92. Remembered battleship
93. Ship in the news in 1898
94. Easternmost state
95. The Pemaquid Point Light is on its state quarter
96. Setting for many King novels
97. Bates College locale
98. Katahdin is its highest peak
99. Nearly half of New England
100. State probably named for a French province
101. L.L.Bean headquarters locale
102. Only monosyllabic U.S. state
103. Quebec neighbor
104. State with two women senators
105. Stein Song state
106. Stephen Kings's home
107. Bangor's home
108. New Hampshire neighbor
109. Ship in a slogan
110. Bangor's state
111. Lobster center
112. It borders Passamaquoddy Bay
113. Missouri Compromise beneficiary
114. Only monosyllabic state
115. Remember the __!
116. This is Mrs. Norman __
117. Lobster source
118. Where the Kennebec River flows
119. Senator Snowe's state
120. The only one-syllable state name
121. Where Casco Bay is
122. Only one-syllable state name
123. Requiring no care
124. Two-seaters, maybe
125. Lead role
126. Drink whose name is Tahitian for "good"
127. Alternative to alternative
128. But of course!, in Marseille
129. Cocktail often made with pineapple juice
130. Tiki bar staple
131. Self-correcting or self-cleaning, say
132. Cocktail with an umbrella
133. Four-seaters, maybe?
134. Nickname for the 122-/124-Across
135. Two- or four-seater, maybe
136. It's lighter than mustard
137. Cousin of a zombie
138. Drink sometimes served in a hollowed-out pineapple
139. Drink that gets its name from the Tahitian word for "good"
140. Lowest field rank
141. Tiki bar cocktail
142. Rank under Lt. Col.
143. The Marvelous Mrs. ___ (award-winning Amazon series)
144. Close guy friend
145. Important pipes
146. Music in the Tuileries painter, 1862
147. '_____ Pearl' ('71 hit)
148. Huge Mexican band
149. Drama y Luz band
150. Timbuktu is there
151. Cass Elliot was one
152. Exotic rum cocktail
153. Rum drink with curaأ§ao
154. Complies with a mediocre request?
155. Drop hints
156. Collegian's declaration
157. College students' choices
158. Houlihan's rank
159. Basis of democracy
160. Acadia National Park setting
161. Its state quarter depicts a lighthouse
162. Augusta's state
163. It's Down East
164. Only state with homonyms
165. Bates College's state
166. Boothbay Harbor setting
167. Appalachian Trail terminus
168. Penobscot's place
169. Site of many Stephen King novels
170. 1898 naval casualty
171. Site of Kineo and Katahdin
172. As ___ goes . . .
173. Pine Tree State
174. Quebec's neighbor
175. As ___ goes, so goes . . .
176. Famed battleship
177. Mount Desert's state
178. Its motto is "Dirigo"
179. Portland's state
180. Subject of an 1898 slogan
181. Remember the ___, 1898 slogan
182. Feb. 15, 1898, headline word
183. Battleship to remember
184. Memorable ship
185. Dirigo is its motto
186. Hardly a naif
187. See 72-Down
188. Pipelines
189. Center of Anytown, U.S.A.
190. Henry James title character
191. Busing overseer
192. Custodians, e.g.
193. Some mast platforms
194. New Brunswick neighbor
195. Murder, She Wrote setting
196. Setting of many Stephen King novels
197. Neighbor of Quebec
198. Home of Acadia National Park
199. Only one-syllable state
200. Stephen King has set many of his novels here
201. Black Bears
202. Ship in 1898 headlines
203. Setting of many a Stephen King novel
204. Home of the Calendar Islands, once thought to total 365 in number
205. Home of the Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge
206. Where Bangor is
207. Portland's home
208. The Pine Tree State
209. Northern terminus of U.S. 1
210. Home to Bates College
211. Home of L. L. Bean
212. Bath's state
213. Casco Bay locale
214. Stephen King's home
215. Caribou locale
216. Appalachian Trail's northern terminus
217. Inhabitants of Baranof Island (7)
218. Something very small (4)
219. Lands in Central Pacific war zone (8)
220. Sounds like the chief US state
221. Governor Hildreth's State
222. The Lumber State
223. Feb 15, 1898
224. State electing woman Senator
225. As ___ goes, so goes the nation
226. Gov Payne's state
227. Home to Margaret Chase Smith
228. Where many Christmas trees come from
229. State whose bird is the chickadee
230. Mrs Smith's state
231. Where Gov Payne defeated Sen Brewster
232. It has 16,000,000 acres of forests
233. East state
234. Bar Harbor’s state
235. "As ___ goes... "
236. "Down East"
237. "In the Bedroom" setting
238. "Murder She Wrote" locale
239. "Murder She Wrote" setting
240. "Remember the ___!" (1898 cry)
241. "Remembered" battleship
242. "Stein Song" state
243. "The University of ___ Stein Song"
244. "This is Mrs. Norman ___"
245. "Vacationland"
246. "Vacationland" state
247. 'As ___ goes so goes... '
248. 'Down East'
249. 1898 battleship.
250. 1898 headline.
251. 23rd of 50
252. 23rd state
253. 4 electoral votes.
254. A 650-mile hiking trail from here to Cap Gaspe Quebec was declared on Earth Day
255. Acadia National Park's home
256. Area code 207
257. Arizona band oddly enough
258. Augusta is its capital
259. Bar Harbor locale
260. Bar Harbor's state
261. Battleship in 1898 headlines
262. Battleship in 1898 news
263. Battleship of note
264. Belfast is on its shore
265. Big source of blueberries
266. Booth Bay Harbor is there
267. Border state.
268. Bowdoin College's home
269. Center of U.S. lobstering
270. Coast S of Campobello.
271. Down East locale
272. Down East place
273. Down East especially
274. Down East.
275. Downeaster state
276. Drug companies are opposing this state's pioneering prescription drug law
277. Eagle Island setting
278. Election bellwether
279. Feb. 15 1898 headline word
280. Gov. Paul LePage's state
281. Headliner of 1898.
282. Historic battleship.
283. Historic ship to be remembered
284. Historic ship.
285. Home for Deer Isle and Moosehead Lake
286. Home of Bates and Bowdoin
287. Home of Millay and Longfellow
288. Home of down-Easters.
289. Home of fine lobsters
290. Home of the Calendar Islands once thought to total 365 in number
291. Home to Bowdoin Bates and Colby
292. Home to Stephen King
293. Home to a well-known King
294. Home to the Red Sox' Double-A affiliate
295. It became the 23rd of 50 in 1820
296. It borders on New Brunswick
297. It joined the union on March 15 1820 as commemorated by ten of this puzzle's entries
298. It sank in Havana Harbor
299. It's east of New Hampshire
300. It's west of New Brunswick
301. Its seal has an anchor and a moose
302. Its state berry is the blueberry
303. Its state seal includes a moose
304. J.B. Fletcher's home
305. Kennebunkport locale
306. Kennebunkport state
307. King novel setting
308. King's home
309. King's state
310. Kittery locale
311. Large feline: ___ coon
312. Largest New England state
313. Lewiston's state
314. Lobster capital
315. Lobster source.
316. Lobster state
317. Locale for lobster
318. Locale known for lobsters
319. Longfellow's state of birth
320. Major blueberry-producing state
321. Major cranberry producer
322. Missouri Compromise subject
323. Monosyllabic state
324. Mount Katahdin's locale
325. Mount Katahdin's state
326. Mt. Katahdin's locale
327. Muskie's state
328. Muskie's state.
329. Name to remember
330. Neighbor of New Brunswick
331. Neighbor of New Hampshire [45.15 N 69.15 W]
332. New Brunswick's neighbor.
333. Ninth least populous state
334. Northeast state
335. Northeast state with chickadee on plates
336. Northeastern State
337. Northern end of the Appalachian Trail
338. Northern state
339. Northern terminus of the Appalachian Trail
340. Northernmost New England state
341. One end of the Appalachian Trail
342. One of 50
343. Only single-syllable state name
344. Only state bordered by just one other
345. Orono's state
346. Part of New England
347. Penobscot's state
348. Pine Tree State.
349. Place known for good lobster
350. Place known for lobsters
351. Poland Spring's home
352. Pop-punk band from Phoenix actually (with "The")
353. Portland setting
354. Profess
355. Quebec's neighbor.
356. Sarah Orne Jewett's home state
357. See "Vacationland" license plates here
358. Sen. Olympia Snowe's state
359. Senator Cohen's state
360. Senator Snowe's state appropriately
361. Setting for "The Cider House Rules"
362. Setting for a DIY Network "cabin masters" show
363. Setting for many Stephen King novels
364. Ship destroyed in Havana's waters in 1898
365. Ship in 1898 news
366. Ship sunk in 1898
367. Ship sunk in Havana harbor
368. Ship to remember.
369. Something to remember
370. Something to remember with "the"
371. Source of the biggest blueberry crop.
372. Spate of studs?
373. State
374. State east of New Hampshire
375. State formed as part of the Missouri Compromise
376. State in which many Stephen King novels are set
377. State known as Vacationland
378. State known for lobsters
379. State of the Union
380. State since 1820
381. State since March 15 1820
382. State that borders only one other (5)
383. State that divides its Electoral College votes
384. State that hosted no 2000 PGA TOUR events
385. State that sounds as if it were central but is in fact peripheral
386. State that's home to the Kennebec Heights Golf Club
387. State that's the largest U.S. producer of lobsters
388. State where Augusta is capital
389. State where Rudy Vallee grew up
390. State whose governor refuses to live in the governor's mansion
391. State with "Vacationland" license plate motto
392. State with "Vacationland" license plates (5)
393. State with L.L. Bean's flagship store
394. State with a 2020 bicentennial
395. State with a namesake gulf
396. State with a pine tree on its flag
397. State with chickadee on license plates
398. State with the longest tidal shoreline on the Atlantic
399. State.
400. Stephen King setting
401. Stephen King story locale
402. Stephen King writes here
403. Stephen King's state
404. Subject of Down East Magazine
405. Summercaters' location
406. The chickadee is its state bird
407. The only one-syllable state
408. This state once had lobster on license plates
409. Thoreau's "The ___ Woods"
410. U.S. 1's northern terminus
411. U.S. battleship destroyed in 1898
412. U.S. battleship sunk in Havana harbor in 1898
413. Union member since 1820
414. Where "ayuh" is an affirmative
415. Where Augusta is.
416. Where Bowdoin is.
417. Where Old Town is.
418. Where the Penobscot flows.
419. Where the Saco flows.
420. Where you can boat in Bar Harbor
421. You must remember this
422. Where Burton M Cross is governor
423. Where Moosehead Lake is
424. Headline of 1898
425. Supposed political barometer of U S
426. Where Smith beat Jones
427. It was created by the Missouri Compromise
428. State since March 15, 1820
429. Burt Lancaster role a la 39 Across
430. Longhaired feline
431. Type of computer
432. Preliminary follower
433. Down East, especially
434. For the most part
435. Primarily
436. Tropical drink
437. In good part
438. Part of China
439. Windjammer sheet
440. New Hampshire or New Brunswick?
441. Motivating force
442. Best bud
443. Drink made with rum
444. Sinclair Lewis title
445. Large water pipes
446. State bordering only one other
447. China, to Hong Kong
448. Where the top acts play, at festivals
449. French teacher
450. Common town sign
451. Bulwark
452. ___ d'
453. Tiki bar order
454. Steady
455. Headwaiter
456. Goya subject
457. Anchor
458. Part 4 of remark
459. Guy
460. Galleria
461. Chinese dynasty
462. Beatnik's exclamation
463. A
464. Rum cocktail
465. Remember the ___!
466. Remember the ___
467. By and large
468. Computer offering
469. In large part
470. Seven-word religious palindrome
471. Hug in New England?
472. Principal pipes
473. Augusta police?
474. Cosmonaut's concern, maybe
475. The Lumber State.
476. Where Sumner Sewall is Governor.
477. Military rank: Abbr.
478. Nautical ropes.
479. Conduits.
480. French municipal Mayor.
481. One of the Orkneys.
482. Gov. Payne's state.
483. Senator Brewster's state.
484. Water pipes.
485. Home to Margaret Chase Smith.
486. It has 16,000,000 acres of forests.
487. Where many Christmas trees come from.
488. Mrs. Smith's state.
489. State whose bird is the chickadee.
490. Where Gov. Payne defeated Sen. Brewster.
491. Continents.
492. Where Burton M. Cross is Governor.
493. Where Moosehead Lake is.
494. Track for the Century.
495. Headline of Feb. 15, 1898.
496. Its motto is "Dirigo."
497. Supposed political barometer of U. S.
498. Where Muskie is Governor.
499. Where Smith beat Jones.
500. Parts of yawls, brigs, etc.
501. Political weathervane of U. S.
502. Where Ike goes fishing.
503. Supports for the Big Top.
504. Where Mt. Katahdin is.
505. Muskie is ___ Governor.
506. Its capital is Augusta.
507. Ship of 1898.
508. Pipes.
509. Large transport plane.
510. Where the Androscoggin flows.
511. Broadway.
512. Boxing match.
513. Novel of 1920.
514. Boxing feature.
515. Strength.
516. Throughway.
517. Down-Easter.
518. Schooner spar.
519. For the most part.
520. Headline of Feb ,
521. Where Muskie is Governor
522. Gov Muskie's state
523. Where Ike goes fishing
524. Political weathervane of U S
525. Where Mt Katahdin is
526. Historic ship
527. Its capital is Augusta
528. Ship of
529. Where Augusta is
530. Source of the biggest blueberry crop
531. Where the Saco flows
532. New Brunswick's neighbor
533. Where the Androscoggin flows
534. Border state
535. Coast S of Campobello
536. East
537. headline
538. Where Old Town is
539. Where Bowdoin is
540. battleship
541. electoral votes
542. Home of -Easters
543. naval casualty
544. As ___ goes
545. As ___ goes, so goes
546. One of
547. Havana casualty:
548. Battleship destroyed in
549. Subject of an slogan
550. Gosnold touched it in
551. Remember the ___, slogan
552. Feb. , , headline word
553. U.S. battleship:
554. Coffin's "___ Ballads":
555. -easter's home
556. -easter's state
557. Bangor’s state
558. Most northerly US state that houses Portland