1775 Machias Naval Victory

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This is a photo from a photgraphic essay honoring the meaning of the 1775 Revolutionary War victory had by America that took place in Machias, Maine. It was the first naval battle of the Revolution, and its meaning is very large. I believe it represents what people are hoping for right now. It was an honor to be present at this event and produce this piece. It was printed in The Downeast Coastal Press and Quoddy Tides newspapers of Maine.

The Meaning of the Machias 1775 Naval Victory Lives On Today

If you happen to be in the Machias area on Sat., June 11—don’t miss it. Here is the link to the event Margaretta Days

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