Self Storage in Maine

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Storage Facilities in Maine
When looking for storage facilities in Maine, you will discover numerous options for your items. Choose from large storage units that offer plenty of space for even your biggest possessions, or try a smaller self-storage unit, perfect for freeing up some space around the house. Storage facilities in Maine also offer storage security, climate-controlled units and protection for specialty items such as furs, wine and boats. You can also use a mobile storage unit that offers door-to-door pick-up services along with 24-hour access to your storage unit. Whatever you are seeking for your storage needs, you will be sure to find it in Maine.

Origin of State's Name: The name "Maine" refers to the region being a mainland that is separate from the many surrounding islands.

Capital City: The capital city is Augusta - a city that is home to nearly 200,000 residents.

Population: Currently, 1.3 million people reside in Maine.

Driving: To obtain information about a driver's license, applications, testing requirements, driver's manuals and much more, please visit: Maine Bureau of Motor Vehicles' website.

Agriculture and Industry: The main agricultural products of Maine are chickens, eggs, dairy, cattle, apples, maple syrup and blueberries. Commercial fishing is also a huge industry in Maine, but perhaps not as big as it once was. Purified water, toothpicks, and tourism - particularly sports fishing, snowmobiling, skiing and hiking are also major industries and products in Maine.

State Bird: The black-capped chickadee is the state bird.

State Tree: The state tree is the Eastern white pine.

State Flower: The white pinecone is the state flower.

State Song: The state song is "State of Maine Song" by Roger Vinton Snow.

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Maine - Interesting Facts:
  • The White Mountain National Forest, located in Maine, covers nearly 800,000 acres.
  • Approximately, 40 million pounds of lobster (90 percent) comes from Maine.
  • Portland was the first state capital that was later changed to Augusta.
  • Maine's blueberry crop is the largest in the nation.

Maine - Famous People:
Famous people from Maine include the writer Stephen King, director John Ford, the publisher George Palmer Putnam and the poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.

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