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Strong, a Mussul Unsquit village - Soldiers Of The Civil War
Back then you had to walk home if you didn’t have a horse to ride. At age 37, Rufus Brackley died on that walk home.
Lincoln, Maine - Catholic Church
Such houses were Joseph Corro's and Joseph Michaud’s houses. Monthly services were established at homes and reverends traveled far distances, even…
Guilford, Maine - BUILDINGS - Page 4 of 5
… people didn't have computers or televisions at home to entertain them. They read books and magazines instead.
Blue Hill, Maine - In Search of the Rustic Life
Rusticators were economically beneficial to Blue Hill by using the resources and services of local businesses, such as the Merrill and Hinckley store…
Malaga Island: a story best left untold - Maine State documents and Proclamations
… a “swirling mix” of factors including eugenics, economics, tourism, and the politics of prohibition.
Bath's Historic Downtown - The Sagadahoc County Courthouse
Another person from Bath who wrote letters to home was William H. Fog. In one of his letters he talks about how he was taken prisoner and sent to a…
Bath's Historic Downtown - Church Block
… to stop the destruction of a Catholic family's home. With his brother, William Moses, they both became wealthy business men who financed: the Bank…
Lincoln, Maine - The Stanislaus Family
… between the Catholic Church and the Stanislaus home. Lauren Page “Create a ‘why’ question, research the answer, and create response answering the…
Lincoln, Maine - Carney's Store
Then they could try it on at home to make sure it fit and come back to pay for the clothes within a few days.
Bath's Historic Downtown - Ledyard Block
It was a meeting place, a business center, and a home to many. It has a colorful history, with fires, Freemasonry, and several businesses.
Lincoln, Maine - Mills & Paper Industry - Page 1 of 2
… beginning, all the lumber was used in Lincoln for homes, barns, businesses, and other needed buildings.
Lincoln, Maine - Lincoln Theater
… the building went up for sale, Clay’s Funeral Home, the movie theater’s neighbor, bought it and tore it down to add more space for their parking…
Lincoln, Maine - Aaron Woodbury
Also, he could build his home, farm, and store because of all the lumber we have in Lincoln. Third, he could bathe in the rivers since it was moving…
Bath's Historic Downtown - Intersection of Centre and Washington
The intersection is now home to a large credit union chain building, a large apartment complex (Washington House) and one of Bath's few traffic…
Bath's Historic Downtown - The Sagadahock House and The Sagadahoc Block
He was being rushed home by horse and carriage but sadly died before they reached the house. Mr. Arnold, one of Haley's employees, had just walked…
… to keep his military career separate from his home life as much as possible. Gary died October 3, 1993, while trying to save people in a helicopter…
Lincoln, Maine - Benjamin Chesley
Almost all of his brothers ran away from home and were never heard from again until after they got married. The only one that didn’t run was Benjamin.
Lincoln, Maine - Lincoln Historical Society - Page 2 of 2
LHS meetings were held in various homes and at the town library until the former Primary School building was obtained for meetings and displays.
Lincoln, Maine - Cars, Model T
… a Model-T Cruising Down Streets of Lincoln Going Home Again Works Cited Bradstreet, Taylor. "Bradstreet Ford ." Lincoln News. (1961): 10. Print.
Lincoln, Maine - Jeremy Nelson
He had to ride to school on horseback and his home was 6 miles away from the school. He taught 15 students in his first year of teaching.
Lincoln, Maine - Nathaniel Bodwell
… be no sleep, no relaxing until he would come home. Nothing anyone could do would make me stop thinking about what could possibly happen to him.
Lincoln, Maine - Workman's Hospital
… to get it done on the kitchen table at their own home. In 1934, the hospital was moved to Dr. Byron Porter’s house on West Broadway, and they then…
Lincoln, Maine - Jonathan Clay Jr.
… who are fighting in those wars will be returning home safely. Aaron Goodine "Connect this topic to your own life" I am interested in war and this…