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Founded in , it is the third-oldest town in Maine. Wells Beach is a popular summer destination. The Abenaki Indians called the area Webhannet, meaning "at the clear stream", a reference to the Webhannet River. Edmund Littlefield, an immigrant from the wool regions of Titchfield, England, built the first gristmill and later a woolen mill on the Webhannet River, becoming known as "The Father of Wells," where a monument commemorates his contribution. His young cousin, Thomas Gorges, acting as deputy and agent, in granted to Rev. John Wheelwright and other settlers from Exeter , New Hampshire the right to populate the land from northeast of the Ogunquit River to southwest of the Kennebunk River. On July 5, , Wells was incorporated, the third town in Maine to do so, and named after Wells, England , a small cathedral city in the county of Somerset.
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Each year, the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife provides more than courses on hunting with firearms, bow and arrow, and trapping. These are attended by roughly 7, students and taught by over volunteer instructors trained by the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife. Maine law requires completion to obtain your adult license unless you have previously done so or have held an adult license.