Aurelius Hinds’ legacy includes a grave in Evergreen Cemetery, a couple of old factories in Portland and an obscure, Mexican skin cream label — not to mention a 90-year-old Boy Scout camp built on ladies’ hand cream.
A massive wave lifted the ship clean out of the water. The forward third broke off and sank to the bottom.
School children all over New England collected $17,000 in pennies, nickels and dimes. Their names are in a sealed box, somewhere within the pedestal.
The bullet mangled his guts beyond repair — but it took 50 agonizing years before he finally succumbed to his injuries.
By April, inflamed by fake newsmakers of the day at the New York Journal and the New York World, the United States was at war with Spain.
On a winter’s day in 1899, the city of Deering vanished from the map of Maine. It was eaten up by its hungry neighbor to the east that wanted its land and its Republican voters.
A statue of him now sits in a director’s chair at the corner of York, Pleasant and Center Streets.
“It’s actually not that special of a story,” said Kamron King, the freshman playing the bulldog. “Being a mascot, for a hearing and a deaf person, is exactly the same thing.
Offshore wind gusts of almost 40 mph drove waves against the rocks at the foot of Portland Headlight in Cape Elizabeth this morning.
Eddie Walsh of Portland’s Parks and Recreation Department clears the white stiff from City Hall Plaza on Wednesday. Walsh said laughingly that he was, “One of the city’s finest snow fighters.”