Robinhaud deed to land at Sheepscot River, 1662
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Deed by which the Indian Sagamore Robinhaud (Robinhood) and son, both of Wiscasset confirm the right of Thoms Clives (Cleaves) and his heirs and assigns to the peaceful possession of a tract of land between the upper and lower narrows on the west side of the Sheepscot River.
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