The Pine Tree State

The whitest, eldest, and most forested state.

Flag of Maine

Maine (/mn/ (About this soundlisten)) is the northernmost state in the New England region of the northeastern United States. Maine is the 12th smallest by area, the 9th least populous, and the 13th least densely populated of the 50 U.S. states. It is bordered by New Hampshire to the west, the Atlantic Ocean to the southeast, and the Canadian provinces of New Brunswick and Québec to the northeast and northwest, respectively. Maine is the only state to border just one other state, is the easternmost among the contiguous United States, and is the northernmost state east of the Great Lakes.

The United States Census Bureau estimates that the population of Maine was 1,338,404 on July 1, 2018, a 0.76% increase since the 2010 United States Census. The population density of the state is 41.3 people per square mile, making it the least densely populated state east of the Mississippi River. As of 2010 Maine was also the most rural state in the Union, with only 38.7% of the state’s population living within urban areas. As explained in detail under “Geography”, there are large tracts of uninhabited land in some remote parts of the interior of the state, particularly in the North Maine Woods.

The mean population center of Maine is located in Kennebec County, just east of Augusta. The Greater Portland metropolitan area is the most densely populated with nearly 40% of Maine’s population. This area spans three counties and includes many farms and wooded areas; the 2016 population of Portland proper was 66,937. 

Maine has experienced a very slow rate of population growth since the 1990 census; its rate of growth (0.57%) since the 2010 census ranks 45th of the 50 states. The modest population growth in the state has been concentrated in the southern coastal counties; with more diverse populations slowly moving into these areas of the state. However, the northern, more rural areas of the state have experienced a slight decline in population in recent years. 

According to the 2010 Census, Maine has the highest percentage of non-Hispanic whites of any state, at 94.4% of the total population. In 2011, 89.0% of all births in the state were to non-Hispanic white parents. The table below shows the racial composition of Maine’s population as of 2016.

Maine racial composition of population 
Race Population (2016 est.) Percentage
Total population 1,329,923 100%
White 1,260,476 94.8%
Black or African American 16,303 1.2%
American Indian and Alaska Native 8,013 0.6%
Asian 14,643 1.1%
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander 211 0.0%
Some other race 3,151 0.2%
Two or more races 27,126 2.0%

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Maine politics is pretty right leaning according to Mainer News and Main Beacon

Maine gun laws operate on an “Unrestricted” and “Shall Issue” policy. The later being needed for reciprocity with other states. No permit is required to conceal or open carry a firearm if the carrier is 21 years or older and meets all the criteria set out in the law. Permits are still available for residents who wish to travel out-of-state and non-residents. Applications are handled at the state level by the Maine State Police.

Guns To Carry

The coast of Maine near Acadia National Park

Autumn in Stratton

Winter in Bangor

Bates College and Bowdoin College of Lewiston and Brunswick

Biddeford

Bath City Hall

Maine population density map

How To Talk Like a Mainer

New England

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  2. germanicunity · November 29, 2019

    Reblogged this on Germanic Unity.

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  4. Seax · December 4, 2019

    Man.

    That picture of Biddo (Biddeford), it’s like they knew how to Photoshop all the junkies and homeless Frenchmen out of it. Biddeford is a prime example of what happens to White Americans when GloboHomo comes to town. High unemployment, diminished quality of life, high number of folks on the dole. But! A lot of them are racially aware because of it.

    Yeah. “Right Leaning” is true. The big issue is we have a bunch of fat-lipped, big-mouth multikulti Liberals and Democrats who while a minority, are so loud that the rest of us can’t be heard. And they’re trying to kill us with soft power. But, you drive along you’ll see many Gadsden and Dixie flags, the old Betsy Ross is making a comeback.

    There’s also been talk of changing our flag back to the original. Sadly, that isn’t in response to GloboHomo, it’s just a grassroots kneejerk.

    Anyway.

    All ye Europeans considering emigration, consider Maine! We’d be better off with you than what ZOG wants to send.

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    • vikinglifeblog · December 4, 2019

      Litterally lol. Biddo (Biddeford) sounds like your version of New York, San Fransisco and Los Angeles.

      We have a place like that too on the back side of Copenhagen Central Station (Hovedbanegården), where mostly Arab, African and Eastern European junkies and prostitutes hangs out with no worries about Copenhagen Police (thanks to SJWs, etc.).

      Maine “Right Leaning” politics sounds like Danish politics, plenty of talk and promises, but no actions.

      Maine looks like North and West Europe in those pictures, very nice.
      Most of Maine is country-side, I really like that.

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  6. ᛋᛠᛉ · June 25

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    Biddeford

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