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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.
THE INKHORN BROOK!
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