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Historic different perspective on a colonial times figure

If you happen to be in the Bingham, Maine area, I recommend that you consider stopping along Route... read more

Reviewed 28 May 2018
Ray T
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Quincy, Massachusetts
Beautiful

The drive down this highway from Quebec City to Bangor Maine is a long days ride. The natural... read more

Reviewed 11 June 2016
Alan R
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Rocky Mount, North Carolina
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27 May 2018
“Historic different perspective on a colonial times figure”
10 Jun 2016
“Beautiful”
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From Augusta to Jackman, visitors can follow the path of the Kennebec River and trace the path of Benedict Arnold and his band of followers as they traveled to capture Quebec in 1775.
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Reviewed 28 May 2018

If you happen to be in the Bingham, Maine area, I recommend that you consider stopping along Route 201 and investigating this historic trail and markers about this significant figure (Benedict Arnold) during 1775 and his expedition with 1,100 men to Quebec to battle the...More

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Reviewed 11 June 2016

The drive down this highway from Quebec City to Bangor Maine is a long days ride. The natural beauty taken in along the way, as well as the destination at each end, makes the drive worth while. Thinking back on Benedict Arnolds efforts on behalf...More

2  Thank Alan R
Reviewed 9 October 2013

Heading South from Quebec into Maine we drove one of the highlight drives of our 3000 mile trip - US201 the Old Canada Highway used by native Americans and by Benedict Arnold when he led the doomed assault on the British in Quebec. The road...More

3  Thank beachsideguy99
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