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Early Families of Gouldsboro Maine

By Johnson, Muriel Sampson

Rockport, Maine: Picton Press, 2003. 416 pp. With 30 photos and 36 drawings. Working from vital records, town records, cemetery records, and census reports of the town of Gouldsboro, and neighboring towns, and genealogies of families in the area, Mrs. Johnson has compiled genealogical summaries of over 1,000 families. With index of family names. Near Fine. . Hard Cover.

$150.00

The Sun Never Sets on Hancock Point: An Informal History. 2 Volumes as a Set

By Phippen, Sanford

Hancock, Maine: Historical Society of the Town of Hancock, Maine, 2000. Vol. I: xxii, 378. Vol. II: viii, 379-771. Large quarto. Softcover. Inscribed: "...From one Maniac to another! (And one Maine storyteller to another!)...Sandy Phippen" in Volume I and in Volume II: "This is the first Vol II I've signed!.... May 2001" With numerous photographs, annotated bibliography, and indices, including index of names. Volume II includes corrections and addenda Profusely illustrated with b&w photos. Light wear to edges. Volume I: VG+ Volume II has crease along spine: VG. Presentation Copy. First Edition. Very Good+.

$65.00

History of Orrington, Maine

By Cox, H. Russell and Swett, David L.

Brewer, Maine: Orrington Historical Society, 2013. xv, 368 pp. Softcover. With illustration of an early map on Orrington on front cover. Prepared for the 200th anniversary of the town, the book has two sections. The first section by Cox, is a well illustrated examination of the settlement, industry, and social life of the community. The second section is Swett's genealogy of the earliest families to settle in the town. Includes appendices, genealogy, and bibliography. VG: Slightly soiled at top right front corner.. Second Printing. VG.

$25.00

History of Castine, Penobscot and Brooksville, Maine.

By Wheeler, George A and Louise Wheeler Bartlett

Cornwall, New York: Cornwall Press, 1923. [viii], 444 pp, with indices. Inscribed by Lousie Wheeler. Revised and expanded edition of Wheeler's 1875 history, by his daughter. Gray cloth, title gilt, four shields stamped in red, white, blue and yellow on front panel. With maps, photographs and illustrations. With index. A little musty, else VG.. Presentation Copy. Second Edition. Hard Cover.

$75.00

Gotts Island Maine: Its People 1880-1992

By Kenway, Rita Johnson

Gotts Island : Penobscot Press, 1993. x, 342 pp. Red cloth, title gilt on spine and front board. A history of the island, with photographs, adouble page map and index of family names. Fine in Fine dust jacket.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine.

$120.00

A History of the Towns of Bristol and Bremen in the State of Maine, Including the Pemaquid Settlement.

By Johnston, John

Albany, New York: Joel Munsell, 1960. viii, 524 pp. Facsimile of 1893 edition. With frontispiece, 6 plates, and folding map in pocket. VG+ in Good dust jacket with a few small tears at the top.. Hard Cover. Very Good+/Good.

$50.00

Head of the Bay. Sketches and Pictures of Blue Hill, Maine 1762 - 1952

By Clough, Annie L

Blue Hill, Maine: The Shoreacre Press, 1953. 52 pp. Pictorial paper-covered boards. Signed by author. Maps, and black & white photos throughout. Historical sketches of Blue Hill area: first settlers, a Revolutionary War account, Blue Hill industries: ship building, sea captains, granite quarries, etc, with a chapter on summer residents, with a map of their houses & key to map, annotated. VG+. Signed by Author. Hard Cover. VG+.

$125.00

The County: Land of Promise. A Pictorial History of Aroostook County, Maine

By McGrath, Anna Fields, Ed. Friends of Aroostook County Historical Center

Norfolk, Virginia: Donning Company, 1989. 223 pp. An extensively illustrated history of this Maine County on its 150th Anniversary. More than 400 photographs, drawings, paintings and maps. With index, including family names. Limited edition of 3000. Near Fine in VG+ dust jacket. First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/VG+.

$25.00

History of Belfast in the 20th Century

By Davis, Jay and Hughes, Tim

Belfast, Maine: Belfast History Project, 2002. xxvi, 561 pp. Signed by both authors. A sequel to the Williamson's History of the City of Belfast in the State of Maine Many black and white photographs throughout. With appendices and index, including family names. Fine. Signed. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine.

$100.00

Sketches of the Town of Old Town, Penobscot County, Maine from Its Earliest Settlement, to 1879; with Biographical Sketches

By Norton, David

Bangor: S. G. Robinson, 1881. 152 pp. Brown cloth, spine title gilt. With index. Howes N203. Williamson 6907. Rubbed, front hinge crack, Good. . First Edition. Hard Cover.

$50.00

Thomas Haley of Winter Harbor and His Descendants

By Davis, Walter Goodwin and Haley, Adelaide

Newburyport, Massachusetts: Parker River Researchers, 1989. 54 pp. Blue buckram, title gilt on spine and front board. A revision and extension of the Haley material in The Ancestry of Charity Haley. Facsimile of the 1930 Southworth Press edition. With two plates, including the frontispiece, and index of family names. Near Fine. Hardcover. Near Fine.

$35.00

History of Veazie, Maine

By Hamilton, Jean

N.P., N.D. 124 pp. Photos, folding plate, bibliography, map endpapers. Circa 1976. VG+. VG+.

$35.00

Cemeteries of Cranberry Isles and the towns of Mount Desert Island: A record of names and dates on gravestones in cemeteries of Bar Harbor, Cranberry Isles, Mount Desert, Southwest Harbor, and Tremont

By Vining, Thomas F.

Bar Harbor, Maine: V.F. Thomas Co., 2000. 592 pp. Trade paperback with pictorial cover. A record of names and dates on gravestones in area cemeteries, and the history of some of these cemeteries. Fine.. First Edition. Fine.

$25.00

Eagle Lake: The History of a Lumbering Town in Aroostook County, Maine

By Oullette, James C.

Brunswick, Maine: Harpswell Press, 1980. 128 pp. Red cloth, title gilt on spine. With 2 maps and with photographs of logging operations, mills, hunting camps, etc. With footnotes and bibliography. Contains a very few pencil marginal notes in a small, neat handwriting else Near Fine. First Edition. Hard Cover. VG+.

$40.00

The City of Brewer, Maine Centennial 1889-1989

By Saucier, Neil

Brewer, Maine: L.H. Thompson, 1989. 106 pp. Historic photos and maps of Brewer. Includes an article by Fannie Eckstrom Hardy: "The Brewer of my Childhood". With 34 pages of local ads. Near Fine.. First Edition. Near Fine.

$25.00

Bicentennial 1776 USA 1976. Dover-Foxcroft, Maine

Dover-Foxcroft, Maine: Cosmopolitan Club, 1976. 261 pp. Quarto. Softcover. Pictorial covers. Black and white photographs throughout. Includes a directory of businesses and 33 pages of ads at the end. GVG. First Edition. GVG.

$25.00

History of Whiting, Maine

Calais, Maine: Advertiser Publishing Co., 1975. 95 pp. Photographs throughout of lumbering operations, buildings, ships, etc. With a detailed genealogical section of Whiting families from the settlement of the town onwards and a census of Whiting families in 1975. Includes 2 sesquicentennial1975 brochures laid in. Damp-staining on front and back covers. Good. First Edition. Good.

$30.00

An Informal History of Washburn, Maine: The Lives and Times of Settlers of Salmon Brook, Aroostook County, Maine

By Carter, Ray H.

Kennebec River Press, 1987. xiii, 288 pp. Quarto. Softcover. Photographs throughout. With genealogical appendices; with index. VG. First Edition.

$25.00

175th Anniversary Sangerville Centeseptquinary 1814-1989

1989. 98 pp. Softcover with pictorial cover. With 2 page celebration schedule laid in. Includes historic photos and 44 pages of ads. From the library of Dwight Demeritt, author of Maine Made Guns and Their Makers, with his bookplate. VG. First Edition. Very Good.

$35.00

Russian Voices on the Kennebec:The Story of Maine's Unlikely Colony

By Jaster, Robert S.

Orono, Maine: University Press, 1999. 173 pp. Softcover. With 42 photographs. In the 1950's a migration of Russians, Ukranians, Belorussians, and Cossacks settled in the Kennebec Valley, to become Maine's first Russian settlement, and for a time, the largest rural Russian speaking community in the United States. They shared a common language, their Orthodox faith, and a hatred of the Soviet regime. Fine. First Edition. Fine.

$35.00

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