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December 28, 1902 letter sent from Gene, who was working as cook at E. C. Joy's logging camp at Lily Bay, on Moosehead Lake in Maine, to his mother.  Image and transcript at the end of this post. Clues in the letter: It is t...
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April 7, 1847 letter from Deacon Eliashib Adams of Bangor, Maine, to his oldest son, Rev. George Eliashib Adams at Brunswick, Maine.   The reverse contains a note from Deacon Adams' daughter Mary Ann Adams.  Transcript at the...
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1846 invoice dated June 15, 1846 at Eddington, Maine.  The handwritten document contains two names, that of Samuel Davice, who was presumably Samuel Davis, and J. Muzzy. There were several men named Samuel Davis living in t...
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