Maine White Pages, United States

Present-day Maine only became habitable for humans after the glaciers retreated in the last Ice Age. Although abundant acorns and mushrooms grow in the Summer, Maine is more famous for its lobsters and blueberries. Commercial agriculture, shipbuilding, lumbering,  and tourism are the mainstay of the state’s economy. You can use the Maine white pages to find someone by their phone number in Maine. A reverse phone lookup lets you access the person’s full name, registered address, or location, as well as publicly available information on them. 

Maine At A Glance

demographic statistics for maine
  • Admitted into the Union — March 15, 1820 (23rd state) 
  • Capital: Augusta
  • Population: 1.3 million (2021
  • Size: 35,384 square miles (12th smallest)
  • Nicknames: Pine Tree State, Vacationland
  • Motto: “I lead.”
  • State Tree: White Pine
  • State Flower: White Pine Cone
  • State Bird: Chickadee
  • State Beverage: Moxie

10 Quick Facts About Maine

population by race for maine
  • Maine’s status as the most rural state in the US makes it perfect for persons looking for a quiet life with a scenic landscape.
  • 90% of Maine is a forest, making it the most forested state in the US.
  • Maine is the only US state with a monosyllabic name. 
  • Maine’s constitution is one of the oldest in the United States — it has been effective since 1819. 
  • Maine is the only US state bordered on three sides by another country. 
  • The Coast of Maine supplies nearly 90% of the nation’s lobsters.
  • York, Maine, set history when it became the first charter city in the United States in 1641.
  • The Togus VA Medical Center in Augusta is the first veterans’ hospital in the US. 
  • Maine is the northeasternmost state in the US. 
  • Maine is home to the first sawmill in the US, established in 1623.

Largest cities or towns in Maine

South PortlandBrewerSkowhegan
AuburnPresque IsleTopsham
BiddefordOld Orchard BeachNorth Windham
AugustaOld TownWinslow