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  • proper n. a town in Northern Maine


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  • SEARSPORT (Nov 2): Come Join Us Every Monday at Rollie's in Searsport for Our All You Can Eat Buffet!!


  • Call it a night at the Carriage House Inn in Searsport, a Victorian mansion built by a ship captain where Hemingway reportedly visited his artist pal Waldo Peirce.

    Take a Road Trip

  • Ditch the big highways and take coastal Route 1 from the outlet town of Freeport up to Searsport, the "Antique Capital" of Maine, spinning through tidy port towns—stopping to scarf plenty of fresh seafood along the way.

    Take a Road Trip

  • I was thumbing through it in an antiques store in Searsport, ME last summer, when I noticed one of the articles, "Naval Aviation - Spearhead for the Fleet" was written by V.

    The most unusual book in your house.

  • Lauren Murray, from Searsport, has been writing poetry and finding solace in poetry since she could spell.

    Archive 2006-04-01

  • Captain West is in Searsport at the present time, and we will write him to-day.

    Chapter 1

  • Searsport will meet to examine teachers at the town library,

    History of Woman Suffrage, Volume III (of III)

  • In Searsport a woman was elected one of the two school-superintendents of the town.

    History of Woman Suffrage, Volume III (of III)

  • Hoisting his sail, he shoved off, and stood over towards Searsport.

    The Yacht Club or The Young Boat-Builder

  • "No; he has gone up to Searsport to stay over Sunday with uncle Henry."

    The Yacht Club or The Young Boat-Builder


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