Monhegan

Monhegan

(mŏnhē`gĭn), island, 2.5 sq mi (6.4 sq km), c.10 mi (16 km) off the coast of S Maine, settled c.1622. It is a summer resort favored by artists for its scenery. In the War of 1812 the U.S.S. Enterprise defeated the H.M.S. Boxer southeast of the island.
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Maine Aqua Ventus is planning to build a pilot, 12-megawatt floating offshore wind farm off Monhegan Island.
We spent a couple of weeks on Monhegan, an island off the coast of Maine, plotting out every chapter, and discussing the voicing and stylistic changes.
Henri encouraged him to get out and paint Nature and the People en plein air, suggesting Kent move to rugged Monhegan Island off Maine to get started.
Density of Ixodes scapularis ticks on Monhegan Island after complete deer removal: a question of avian importation?
He was in a long-time mythopoetic drum circle, published Monhegan Winds, a CD of improvisation with wind chimes, and studied harp.
8) In the summer of 1915, she took an excursion to Monhegan Island, Maine, to study art with the American landscape painter, Homer Boss.
259) Rose also cites the example of the lobstermen of Monhegan Island in Maine, who police each other and exclude non-local lobstermen through a range of "property-claiming texts.
Thomas Clarke, 32, was the first victim of Hurricane Katia after the freak accident on Monhegan Island off the coast of Maine in the US, 12 days ago.
As Table 3 and the accompanying map reveal, the waters between Monhegan and Seguin Islands and Boothbay were a chokepoint that even a tiny patrol vessel such as Bream could throttle.
Smith established a fishing camp on Monhegan Island
Several other Maine island and coastal communities are now looking at wind power as a viable alternative or complement to conventional energy sources, including Monhegan, Swans Island and Frenchboro.