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The Songo River Line consisted of a fleet of steamers traveling along the Cumberland and Oxford Canal. The Canal was opened in 1832 to connect the largest lakes of southern Maine with the seaport of Portland, Maine. It followed the Presumpscot River from Sebago Lake through the towns of Standish, Windham, Gorham, and Westbrook. The Canal diverged from the river at Westbrook to reach the navigable Fore River estuary and Portland Harbor. The Line ended in 1932.
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Goodridge, C L., "Songo River Line to the Switzerland of America Up in Maine" (1912). Book Collections at the Maine State Library. 66.
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