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Plan Of Township No. 27 Little River, John Gardner Dec 1844

Plan Of Township No. 27 Little River, John Gardner

Maine Bicentennial

A plan of Township No. 27 as laid out and run in Ranges in December 1844. Projected on a scale of one mile an inch [1:63,360]. Map is fragmentary and fragile. Bodies of water are tinted blue.


Speech Of Mr. Severance, Of Maine, On The Right Of Petition, Luther Severeance Jan 1844

Speech Of Mr. Severance, Of Maine, On The Right Of Petition, Luther Severeance

Maine Bicentennial

Luther Severance (1797-1855) was a printer, politician, and diplomat. He established the Kennebec Journal in Augusta, Maine in 1825 and served in both the Maine House of Representatives and State Senate. A prominent member of the Whig party, he was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives serving during the 28th and 29th sessions of Congress (March 4, 1843–March 3, 1847).

Rep. Luther Severance response to efforts Rep. Edward Black of Georgia and Rep. George C. Dromgoole of Virginia to amend the rules of the U.S. House of Representatives to prohibit discussion on the floor of any ...