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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
James G. Blaine
Politician
31-Jan-1830 27-Jan-1893 Twice US Secretary of State
Joseph E. Brennan
Politician
2-Nov-1934   Governor of Maine, 1979-87
Owen Brewster
Politician
22-Feb-1888 25-Dec-1961 Governor and Senator from Maine
Peter Cianchette
Business
c. 1961   US Ambassador to Costa Rica
Jonathan Cilley
Politician
2-Jul-1802 24-Feb-1838 US Congressman from Maine, 1837-38
Nathan Clifford
Politician
18-Aug-1803 25-Jul-1881 Congressman, Attorney General, Supreme Court
Nelson Dingley, Jr.
Politician
15-Feb-1832 13-Jan-1899 Congressman from Maine, 1881-99
George Evans
Politician
12-Jan-1797 6-Apr-1867 US Senator from Maine, 1841-47
William P. Fessenden
Politician
16-Oct-1806 8-Sep-1869 Senator from Maine, Treasury Secretary
Hannibal Hamlin
Politician
27-Aug-1809 4-Jul-1891 Lincoln's first Vice President
John R. McKernan, Jr.
Politician
20-May-1948   Governor of Maine, 1987-95
Michael Michaud
Politician
18-Jan-1955   Congressman, Maine 2nd
Lot M. Morrill
Politician
3-May-1813 10-Jan-1883 Governor and Senator from Maine
Ed Muskie
Politician
28-Mar-1914 26-Mar-1996 US Senator from Maine, 1959-80
John H. Reed
Politician
5-Jan-1921   Governor of Maine, 1959-67
Thomas B. Reed
Politician
18-Oct-1839 7-Dec-1902 Speaker of the House, 1889-91 and 1895-99
Clyde Harold Smith
Politician
9-Jun-1876 8-Apr-1940 Congressman from Maine, 1937-40
Olympia Snowe
Politician
21-Feb-1947   US Senator from Maine


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