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  • The Inkhorn Brook
  • The brook with no special importance nor name became important later on when surveyor Rowland Houghton from Massachusetts came to lay out and measure all attributes of this town.
  • Among his tools was an Inkhorn. Though, Rowland Houghton, soon started his survey, in Westbrook at the Saccarappa Falls.
  • As Rowland made his way up the Presumpscot, he came to the usual brook, now flooding with spring and rain water.
  • As he and his helper struggled to get across the small brook, their Inkhorn was dropped into the water.
  • Though, even now, the water stays a murky coloration. And this, is how the unnamed brook got its name: The Inkhorn Brook.
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