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" ... settlement was commenced in 1764, where the village now is, by Colonel Jonathan Buck, an emigrant from the same town, and his associates, who removed thither with their families, and built a saw-mill and two dwellinghouses the same year. In 1775,... "
A Survey of Hancock County, Maine: By Samuel Wasson - Page 21
by Samuel Wasson - 1878 - 91 pages
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THE HISTORY OF THE STATE OF MAINE; FROM ITS FIRST DISCOVERY, A.D. 1602, TO ...

WILLIAM D. WILLIAMSON - 1832
...two dwellinghouses the same year. In 1775, the men of this plantation and that of No. 2, [Orland,] formed themselves into a military company ; and also chose a Committee of inspection and safety. The ill-treatment, which the inhabitants received from the British, after they...
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The History of the State of Maine: From Its First Discovery, 1602 ..., Volume 2

William Durkee Williamson - Maine - 1832
...two dwellinghouses the same year. In 1775, the men of this plantation and that of No. 2, [Orland,] formed themselves into a military company ; and also chose a Committee of inspection and safety. The ill-treatment, which the inhabitants received from the British, after they...
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The history of the state of Maine: from its first discovery, A.D. 1602, to ...

William Durkee Williamson - History - 1839
...two dwellinghouses the same year. In 177J>, the men of this plantation and that of No. 2, [Orland,] formed themselves into a military company ; and also chose a Committee of inspection and safety. The ill-treatment, which the inhabitants received from the British, after they...
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Agriculture of Maine: Annual Report of the Secretary of the Maine ..., Volume 22

Maine. Board of Agriculture - Agriculture - 1877
...was No. 2 in the grant to David Marsh. Its name is supposed to be derived from " Oar-land " — an oar having been found upon its shores by the first...$5,786; town bounty, $14,855 ; cost per recruit, $164. 22. Ellsworth. — Once called " New Bowdoin," comprising No. 7, a part of No. 6, and the northwest...
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