Ann Cohen was born in Old Town, Maine, on November 23, 1944. Her mother, Eunice M. Cushing, was a nurse, and her father, Frank S. Cushing, worked for the Army. Because of her father’s occupation, Cohen’s family moved around New England. She went to college at the University of Maine at Orono and then got her master’s degree at the University of Southern Maine and a second master’s at Clarion University of Pennsylvania in the field of Library Science. Cohen got to know Edmund Muskie when she was an intern in Washington and observed him in the Senate. At the time of this interview, Cohen was a high school history teacher in Bath, Maine. For many years she was a participating teacher in the Muskie Scholars Program at Bates College.
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