1883 : The Bowdoin Orient reports that President Chamberlain’s horse is to be "chloroformed and stuffed" in the spring. [Ed Note: The Pejepscot Historical Society has no record of this. It appears the reported plan to taxidermy never came to fruition. The horse is rumored to be buried at Chamberlain’s summer home, Domhegan, on Simpson’s Point.]
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