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Comment by Kate: The first white settlers came to what would become Milo in 1802. Slavery was abolished in Maine and Massachusetts in 1783.

Comment by CC: That would be impossible, Kate, seeing as how Maine didn't even become a state until 1820 as a part of the Missouri compromise which allowed Missouri to join the Union as a slave state and Maine as a free one. Plus Massachusetts was the first colony in New England with slave ownership and was a center for the slave trade throughout the 17th and 18th centuries. No legislation was passed that abolished slavery until the thirteenth amendment in 1865 was ratified by the state.

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