Bunkers Harbor is on the eastern side of Schoodic
Peninsula in Gouldsboro, Maine.
This shows some lobster boats moored in the evening after a day's
The story, provided by a descendant of the area and one that was passed on by his late grandmother, is that Bunkers Harbor was named after the Battle of Bunker Hill. There was, and is, a much smaller village to the immediate south close to the Schoodic Park exit called Won Squeak. This was named so after a Native American Indian's wife fell off a cliff there (by the stream that runs out to the harbor) and uttered one squeak. Many years later, the Won Squeak story became associated with Bunkers Harbor.
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