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Windham Historical Society

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Maine Historical Society

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Scarborough Historical Society & Museum

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Bethel Historical Society

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Skowhegan History House

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Westport Island History Committee

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Strong, a Mussul Unsquit village - The Bridge That Changed The Map

The map was changed X But the map had already been changed. In 1861 the legislature had approved the petition of the residents of East Strong.

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Maine's Road to Statehood - Maine in the 17th Century

Map of Falmouth (present-day Portland) from 1630-1690Item Contributed byMaine Historical Society The English Civil War (1642-1651) had ramifications…

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Maine's Road to Statehood - Overview: Road to Statehood

Header image, detail of A Map of the State of Maine (1820) by Moses Greenleaf. Contributed by Osher Map Library and Smith Center for Cartographic…

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Maine's Road to Statehood - The Missouri Compromise: A Moral Dilemma

Greenleaf map of the State of Maine, 1820Item Contributed byOsher Map Library and Smith Center for Cartographic Education Within the United States…

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Maine's Road to Statehood - The Coasting Law of 1789

Item Contributed byOsher Map Library and Smith Center for Cartographic Education [10] Banks, Maine Becomes a State, 35.

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Maine's Road to Statehood - 1790s: A Growing Movement

… effort soon died out.[16] District of Maine map, 1795 Drawn in 1795, this map promoted the separation of Maine from Massachusetts.