Topographical map of the county of Penobscot, Maine

Collection: Osher Map Library Sheet Map Collection

Title: Topographical map of the county of Penobscot, Maine

Barcode: 54211

Creator: Walling, Henry Francis (1825 -1888)

Publisher: Lee and Marsh Publishers,

Surveyor: Walling, Henry Francis (1825 -1888)

Publishing Location: New York (N.Y.)

Region Depicted: Penobscot County, Maine · Maine · Bangor, Maine · Orono, Maine · Old Town, Maine · Hampden, Maine · Dexter, Maine · Orrington, Maine · Brewer, Maine

Date Produced: 1859

Date Published: 1859

Language: English

Subjects: Penobscot County (Me.) · Maine--Maps · Topographic maps · Brewer (Me.) · Historic buildings · Bangor (Me.) · Census · Counties

Map Type: Wall Maps, Property, Boundary, Geographical

Notes: Images around border: Court House, Bangor, Me. Photo by Jordan; Hampden Academy, Hampden, Me. Photo by Hartford T. Stoddard; A.M. Roberts & Sons Steam Mills, East Hampden, Me. Photo by Hartford T. Stoddard; Bangor House, Bangor, Me. G.W. Larrabee, Proprietor; Dwinel House. S.B. Brown, Proprietor. Bangor, Me. Insets included: Enfield; Springfield; Lee Center; Passadumkeag Point; Carmel; Oldtown; West Great Works (Old Town), Great Works (Bradley); Veazie; East Corinth; Upper Still Water; Orono; City of Bangor; Hampden Village; East Hampden; Eddington Bend; Howland; East Eddington; Mill Creek Village (Orrington); Plymouth; Hermon; East Orrington; Charleston; Stetson; Corinna; Dixmont; North Dixmont; Exeter Corner; Exeter Mills; Garland; West Garland; Hudson; La Grange; North Carmel; Brewer; Bradford; Newport; Lincoln Village; Orrington; Patton Village; Dexter; Lincoln Centre; Kenduskeag; Levant; Northern Portion of Penobscot County. Contains business directory and information about the population, education, annual income, and agriculture. Distances between towns included.

Theme: Maine Counties and Towns/Cities

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