Berlin (Postcard History Series) by Jacklyn T. Nadeau

By Jacklyn T. Nadeau

Berlin, first settled in 1822 through William classes of Gilead, Maine, all started as Maynesborough and used to be integrated because the city of Berlin in 1829. the discovery of the water turbine allowed early citizens to harness the gigantic energy of the Androscoggin River, which bisects town. the arriving of the railroad in 1852 aided the delivery of bushes and later paper items, assisting to provide Berlin the nickname “the urban that timber Built.” included as a urban in 1897, what begun as a small city grew until eventually it used to be, for a time, the world’s greatest producer of paper products.

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