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    Against the backdrop of Mount Katahdin, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, left, talks with Lucas St. Clair during a tour of the Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument on Wednesday. Zinke was touring the monument because it is one of dozens of monuments up for review under an executive order from President Trump. St. Clair's family gifted the land for the monument.

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    Lucas St. Clair, right, whose family donated the land for the Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument, talks with Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke while standing along Sandbank Stream in the monument on Wednesday.

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    With Mount Katahdin in the background, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke talks with the media during a tour of the Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument on Wednesday.

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    Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, right, talks with Lucas St. Clair on a stop in an area just south of the Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument on Wednesday. The monument is one of dozens up for review under an executive order from President Trump.

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    With Mount Katahdin in the background, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, left, talks with Lucas St. Clair on Wednesday. Zinke called Katahdin Woods and Waters “beautiful country” and suggested he is comfortable with the land remaining in public hands.

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