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eBook History of the Town of Union Maine ePub

by John Sibley

  • ISBN: 0897250656
  • Category: Americas
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: John Sibley
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: New England History Pr (January 1, 1987)
  • Pages: 540
  • ePub book: 1864 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1838 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 889

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The town of Union is in Lincoln County and is twenty-eight miles east-south-east of Augusta and eight miles from the head of the tidewaters of St. George's River at Warren

The town of Union is in Lincoln County and is twenty-eight miles east-south-east of Augusta and eight miles from the head of the tidewaters of St. George's River at Warren. For more than a century, the French and the English alternately claimed jurisdiction over this territory. The first Europeans, who located themselves in town, probably arrived in September or October of The town of Union is in Lincoln County and is twenty-eight miles east-south-east of Augusta and eight miles from the head of the tidewaters of St. This book tells the reader the history of Union, Maine from the first settlers to the time of the book's first publication in 1851.

The town of Union is in Lincoln County and is twenty-eight miles east-south-east of Augusta and eight miles from the head of the tidewaters of St. George’s River at Warren. The first Europeans, who located themselves in town, probably arrived in September or October of 1772.

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Union Elementary School is in the town, with the MSAD headquarters and Rivers Alternative Middle School within the school building's second floor . Sibley's History of Union by John L. Sibley. Medomak Valley Middle School and Medomak Valley High School are in nearby Waldoboro. Come Spring by Ben Ames Williams. Town of Union, Maine. v. t. e. Municipalities and communities of Knox County, Maine, United States. County seat: Rockland.

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SIBLEY, John Langdon. Bibliographic Details. Title: History of the Town of Union. All books are in reasonable second-hand condition. A History of the Town of Union, Maine. Somersworth, NH, 1987. We accept VISA, MASTERCARD, or personal check. Phone numbers: 610-520-7273. to the middle of the nineteenth century, with a family register of the settlers before the year 1800, and of their descendants. A history of the town of Union, in the county of Lincoln, Maine Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove A history of the town of Union, in the county of Lincoln, Maine from your list? A history of the town of Union, in the county of Lincoln, Maine. by Sibley, John Langdon. Published 1851 by . Mussey and Co. in Boston.

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The town of Union is in Lincoln County and is twenty-eight miles east-south-east of Augusta and eight miles from the head of the tidewaters of St. George’s River at Warren. For more than a century, the French and the English alternately claimed jurisdiction over this territory. The first Europeans, who located themselves in town, probably arrived in September or October of 1772. Archibald Anderson and James Anderson, from the part of Warren called Stirling; James Malcom, from Cushing; and John Crawford, from the upper part of Warren Village, ascended St. George’s River to “take up” land. This book tells the reader the history of Union, Maine from the first settlers to the time of the book’s first publication in 1851. Topics of interest include: geography; ante-plantation history and plantation history; incorporation (1786) and settlers after the incorporation; population; mineral and arboreal products; agricultural and horticultural products; manufactures and trade; highways and bridges; superstitions; municipal history; the first meeting house; and an overview of ecclesiastical, political, financial, educational, military, and zoological matters. Also included is a family register, pertaining to residents before the year 1800 and to their families and descendants. Families are listed alphabetically. The original full-name plus subject index is also included.

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This book is great. I found a relative mentioned in it.
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I agree with historians, who state that this Maine town history is considered to be one of the best. It was written by the man who became the head librarian at Harvard. Sibley was the son of Union's earliest physician who knew the founders and their families. Carefully researched, this book details the early settlement, schools, businesses, mills on the waterways, and much more. Many early families are described in detail by Sibley, making this history of importance in genealogical research. Ben Ames Williams used this history as background material and the basis for the characters of his 1940 book Come Spring, the historical novel about Union's earliest years. Sibley shows us that Mima and Joel were real people who came with others to found Union, first called Taylortown and Sterlingtown. These early settlers cleared the land, raised their families and were laid to rest after living long lives in this mid-coast Maine village. The Union Historical Society is very helpful in providing additional information about the town. Come Spring