The History of Augusta, from the Earliest Settlement to the Present Time: With Notices of the Plymouth Company, and Settlements on the Kennebec; Together with Biographical Sketches and Genealogical Register
Clapp and North, 1870 - Augusta (Me.) - 990 pages
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History of Augusta Maine by James North:listing early colonial settlers from Massachusetts. Bridge family. Hannah Flagg North. Cony family. Others. Great old images of early days in Maine, circa 1830s.
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