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Maine Bicentennial

1816

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An Appeal To The People Of Maine On The Question Of Separation, Unidentified Apr 1816

An Appeal To The People Of Maine On The Question Of Separation, Unidentified

Maine Bicentennial

Shall the Legislature be required to give its consent to the separation of the District of Maine from Massachusetts proper and to the erection of said District into a separate state. — Mass. Resolves.

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A Schedule Of Lands, &C. To Be Sold At Publick Auction On The Floor Of The Exchange Coffee House, In Boston, By The Proprietors Of The Kennebeck Purchase, On Monday, The Twenty-Second Day Of January, 1816, Plymouth Company Jan 1816

A Schedule Of Lands, &C. To Be Sold At Publick Auction On The Floor Of The Exchange Coffee House, In Boston, By The Proprietors Of The Kennebeck Purchase, On Monday, The Twenty-Second Day Of January, 1816, Plymouth Company

Maine Bicentennial

Printed schedule of properties located in the District of Maine, placed up for auction by the Plymouth Company on Monday, January 22, 1816. The schedule includes locations and descriptions of properties, including lot numbers. Maine towns where property was auctioned included: Dresden, Whitefield, Malta (now Windsor), Palermo, Patrick Town and Long Pond Settlement, Harlem (now China), Fairfax, Clinton, Unity, Plymouth, Madison, Starks, Industry, Mercer, Rome, Waterville, Augusta, Canaan, Dearborn, Belgrade, Winthrop, Wayne, Hallowell, Freedom and lots located along the Kennebeck and Sebasticook Rivers.


Commonwealth Of Massachusetts. The Committee Of Both Houses To Whom Were Referred The Petitions Concerning The Separation Of The District Of Maine From Massachusetts, General Court Of Massachusetts Dec 1815

Commonwealth Of Massachusetts. The Committee Of Both Houses To Whom Were Referred The Petitions Concerning The Separation Of The District Of Maine From Massachusetts, General Court Of Massachusetts

Maine Bicentennial

The Committee of both Houses, to whom were referred the Petitions concerning the Separation of the District of Maine from Massachusetts Proper, and forming the same into a separate and Independent State, and also sundry memorials against that measure, beg leave respectfully to report that they have considered the subject committed to them, with that deliberation which so momentous a question deserves. A question, whether this great Commonwealth shall be divided, and the connexion [sic] which has so long, and so happily existed, shall be forever dissolved. They are sensible that nothing should be done to hasten an event, so ...