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    Fort Halifax Days committee members from left to right, Ray Caron, Karen Rancourt-Thomas, Jim Bourgeon and Virginia Sturies stand in front of the Fort Halifax blockhouse in Winslow in May.

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    Attendees listen to Ken Hamilton speak about Maine's Wabanaki tribes at the Winslow Public Library Tuesday.

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    The original Fort Halifax blockhouse, in an undated photo, was washed down the Kennebec River during the April 1987 flood and has been rebuilt at Fort Halifax Park in Winslow. Organizers of this Saturday's Fort Halifax Days hope that the celebration with bring attention to the history of the park and donations for improvements.

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    Ken Hamilton gave a presentation on the history and culture of Maine's Wabanaki tribes at the Winslow Public Library on Tuesday. Hamilton will be camping at Fort Halifax Park this weekend as part of Fort Halifax Days.

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