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Genealogy and History of the State of Maine
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14 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
1.  Gazetteer of the State of Maine:  A Gazetteer of the State of Maine with numerous illustrations by Geo. J. Varney containing changes to present date. Published by B.B. Russell, 57 Cornhill, Boston, Mass. 1881, 1st edition with added Appendix from latter edition 629 pages.
                        
2.  Eastern Maine and the rebellion: being an account of the principal local events in eastern Maine during the war, and brief histories of eastern Maine regiments.  Contains accounts of mobs, riots, destruction of newspapers, war meetings, drafts, Confederate raids, peace meetings, celebrations, soldiers' letters, and scenes and incidents at the front, never before in print, Bangor, Me.: R.H. Stanley & Co., 1887, Stanley, R. H, 411 pgs.
                        
3.  The makers of Maine: essays and tales of early Maine history, from the first explorations to the fall of Louisberg, including the story of the Norse expeditions, Lewiston, Me.: Haswell Press, 1912, Holmes, Herbert Edgar, 265 pgs.
                        
4.  The history of the state of Maine: from its first discovery, A.D. 1602, to the separation, A.D. 1820, inclusive Hallowell Me., Glazier, Masters and Co., 1832, Williamson, William D., 1431 pgs.
                        
5.  The history of Maine: Augusta, Me., Published for E.E. Knowles & Co. by B. Thurston Co., 1892, Abbott, John S. C., 611 pgs.
                     
6.  History of Thomaston, Rockland, and South Thomaston, Maine: from their first exploration, A.D. 1605, with family genealogies Hallowell Me.: Masters, Smith & Co., printers, 1865, Eaton, Cyrus, 823 pgs
                     
7.  Early town records of Newcastle, Maine, from June 24, 1756, to January 6, 1779 : copied from the original manuscript records, Damariscotta, Me., 1914, 49 pgs.
                     
8.  Biographical review: this volume contains biographical sketches of leading citizens of Cumberland County, Maine:  Boston: Biographical Review Pub. Co., 1896, 704 pgs.
                     
9.  Maine, a history: New York,  American Historical Society, 1919, 1109 pgs.
                     
10.  Biographical review: this volume contains biographical sketches of leading citizens of Franklin and Oxford Counties, Maine, Boston, Biographical Review Pub. Co., 1897, 636 pgs.
                     
11.  Representative men of Maine: a collection of portraits with biographical sketches of residents of the state, who have achieved success and are prominent in commercial, industrial, professional and political life, to which is added the portraits and sketches of all the governors since the formation of the state, the men who have helped make and who are making the history of the state  Portland, Me.: Lakeside Press, 1893, 307 pgs.
12.  Biographical encyclopedia of Maine of the nineteenth century: Boston, Metropolitan Pub. and Engraving Co., 1885, c1882, 487 pgs.
                     
13.  Directory of churches and religious organizations in Maine:  Portland, Me.,  The Survey, 1940, 173 pgs.
                     
14.  Burial inscriptions and other data of burials in Berwick, York County, Maine to the year 1922:  Sanford, Me.,  The Averill Press, printers, 1922, Spencer, Wilbur Daniel, 136 pgs.

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