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Bangor arose as a lumbering boom-town in the 1830s, and a potential demographic and political rival to Portland, Maine.For a time, Bangor was the largest lumber port in the world, and the site of furious land speculation that extended up the Penobscot River valley and beyond.A bridge connecting Bangor with Brewer is named for Chamberlain, the regiment's leader, who was one of eight Civil War soldiers from Penobscot County towns to receive the Congressional Medal of Honor. Boutelle accepted the surrender of the Confederate fleet after the Battle of Mobile Bay. A number of Bangor ships were captured on the high seas by Confederate raiders in the Civil War, including the Delphine, James Littlefield, Mary E. The Penobscot River Maine North Woods drainage basin above Bangor was unattractive to settlement for farming, but well suited to lumbering.Winter snow allowed logs to be dragged from the woods by horse-teams.The reason for the choice of name is disputed but it was likely either from the eponymous Welsh hymn or from either of two places of that name in the British Isles: Bangor, Gwynedd, Wales, and Bangor, County Down, Northern Ireland, from where many immigrants traveled to the United States. In 2015, local public officials, journalists, doctors, policemen, photographers, restaurateurs, TV personalities and Grammy-winning composers came together to record the You Tube video How To Say Bangor.Bangor has a port of entry at Bangor International Airport, also home to the Bangor Air National Guard Base.Contact with Europeans was not uncommon during the 1500s because the fur trade was lucrative and the Penobscot were willing to trade pelts for European goods.

Bangor has a humid continental climate, with cold, snowy winters, and warm summers.

During the War of 1812, Bangor and Hampden were looted by the British.

Maine was part of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts until 1820, when it voted to secede from the state and was admitted to the Union under the Missouri Compromise as the 23rd state.

The ships remained there until the late 1950s, when construction of the Joshua Chamberlain Bridge disturbed the site.

Six cannons were removed from the riverbed; five of which are on display throughout the region (one was thrown back into the river by area residents angered that the archeological site was destroyed for the bridge construction).