Location: Warren, Knox, Maine, United States
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Annals of The Town of Warren
With the early history of St. George's Bay, Broad Bay, and the neighboring settlements on the Waldo Patent.
- by Cyrus Eaton (1784-1875)
- published by Hallowell, Masters, Smith & Co., 1851
- published by Hallowell, Masters, Livermore, 1877
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- (1877) 2nd edition
Table of Contents (1st edition)
- Chapter I. The town described
- Chapter II. Early discoveries and other transactions prior to 1688
- Chapter III. From 1688 to the close of the fourth Indian War in 1726
- Chapter IV. From 1726 to 1741, including the first settlements at St. Georges and Broad Bay
- Chapter V. From 1741 to 1753, including events of the 5th Indian War, and the Scottish settlement at Stirling
- Chapter VI. From 1754 to 1757; Commencement and progress of the 6th Indian, commonly called The French and Indian War
- Chapter VII. From 1758 to 1770; Conclusion of the war, and progress of settlement
- Chapter VIII. From 1770 to 1775; Doings at St. Georges previous to and at the commencement of the revolution
- Chapter IX. Incorporation of Warren in 1776, with other transactions to 1780
- Chapter X. From 1780 to 1782; Closing events of the revolution, ecclesiastical difficulties, &c.
- Chapter XI. Return of peace, and other incidents from 1782 to 1784
- Chapter XII. Extending from 1784 to 1789
- Chapter XIII. From the year 1789 to 1793
- Chapter XIV. Settlement of Rev. J. Huse, and other transactions from 1794 to 1800
- Chapter XV. Embracing the period from 1801 to 1806, and including the history of the Baptist society
- Chapter XVI. From 1807 to 1812; A period of commercial embarrassment and party asperity, terminating in the war with England
- Chapter XVII. Including events during the war, and after its close, down to the division of the state
- Chapter XVIII. Votes and proceedings on various town matters from 1820 to 1850
- Chapter XIX. Congregational ecclesiastical affairs from 1820 to 1850
- Chapter XX. Miscellaneous matters not included in the two preceding chapters, from 1820 to 1850
- Table I. Highways laid by the town of Warren
- Table II. Valuation of the town of Warren
- Table IV. Showing the amount of county taxes paid by this and some of the neighboring places prior to 1781
- Table III. Population of the town of Warren from the census returns for the year
- Table V. Principal town officers
- Table VI. Justices of the peace in the town of Warren, with the dates of their appointment
- Table VII. Licenses granted to residents on St. Georges River to 1777
- Table VIII. Votes for governor, &c., given in Warren, from 1788 to 1850
- Table IX. Ammount of taxes raised by the town of Warren, together with the proceeds of the fishery, the pauper expenses, &c.
- Table X. Annual return of the superintending school, committee of the town of Warren, April 1st, 1850
- Table XI. Militia officers in the town of Warren...
- Table XII. Officers of the regiment in which the militia of Warren has at different times been included
- Table XIII. Vessels built in the town of Warren with the names of builder or owner, as far as ascertained
- Table XIV. A list of deaths in the town of Warren since 1797, kept by Rev. J. Huse, and carefully collated with those kept by E. Page, D. Newcomb, and R. Montgomery
- Table XV. Vernal progress in different seasons, compiled from the observations of D. Dicke, 2D, the author, and others
- Genealogical table of the inhabitants of Warren...
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