Contributed by Maine Historical Society
Luke Lambard wrote to U.S. Marshal for Maine Thomas G. Thornton (1768-1824) seeking permission to conduct the 1820 federal census of Maine in Georgetown, Woolwich and Dresden.
He drew a map of the Kennebec River towns showing the proximity of the three towns to the area he already was enumerating for the census.
About This Item
- Title: Luke Lambard on 1820 census
- Creator: Lambard, Luke
- Creation Date: 1820-06-12
- Subject Date: 1820
- Town: Dresden, Georgetown, Woolwich
- County: Lincoln, Sagadahoc
- State: ME
- Media: Ink on paper
- Local Code: Coll. 21, Box 3/3
- Collection: Thomas G. Thornton papers
- Object Type: Text
Cross Reference Searches
Standardized Subject Headings
- Dresden (Me.)--Maps, Manuscript
- Georgetown (Me.)--Maps, Manuscript
- Maine. Census, 1820
- Woolwich (Me.)--Maps, Manuscript
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