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1902 $5 NBN from The Natl Granite Bank of Augusta, Maine Charter#498 "XF"


 

SCOTTS# 92 1 CENT, 1868 ON COVER TO AUGUSTA MAINE, STAR CANCEL. MAKE AN OFFER!


 

Augusta, Maine (ME) $20 National Bank Note, 1929 Series, Type 1, Charter 498


 

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AUGUSTA, MAINE - USA Flag City Sign - 9"x36" Quality Aluminum Sign


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AUGUSTA, MAINE - USA Flag City Sign - 9"x36" Inches - Quality Aluminum!!!

A BRAND NEW SIGN!! This heavy-duty sign picture an American flag in addition to the text of your US City/State name. All of our street signs are made of premium materials. The sign itself is made of aluminum and will never rust providing years of enjoyment indoors and outdoors. No Cheap plastic!!

The Lizton Sign Shop specializes in quality personalized custom aluminum signs for any occasion. These make the perfect sign for any man cave, office, basement, garage, college dorm, kids bedroom, game room, bar, pub, tavern or countless other places.
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Photo: Maine farmer combining a grain field near Augusta,Maine,Farm Crops,Machinery


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Title: Maine farmer combining a grain field near Augusta, Maine Date Created/Published: no date recorded on caption card Notes: Photo by Parks (Standard Oil Co., N.J.). This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Photog. I.; Farm Crops Grains; Geogr.; Shelf.
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A Walking Tour of Augusta, Maine


(Kindle Edition)
by: Doug Gelbert
There is no better way to see America than on foot. And there is no better way to appreciate what you are looking at than with a self-guided walking tour.

Each walking tour describes historical and architectural landmarks and provides pictures to help out when those pesky street addresses are missing. Every tour also includes a quick primer on identifying architectural styles seen on American streets.

The head of navigation on the Kennebec River has attracted the interest of human beings for thousands of years.
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The History of Augusta, Maine


(Paperback)
by: James W. North
A reprint of the 1870 book by James W. North, this book is a copy of the original, but reformatted to fit this baper-bound edition. Included is a completely reaccomplished every-name index, and includes one illustration that was omitted in a 1983 reprint. With notices of the Plymouth Company, and Settlements on the Kennebec; together with Biographical Sketches and Genealogical Register, this book is an indepth look at how it was and how it all began, along the Kennebec River in Maine. With 54 illustrations and portraits, a fol-out original settlers' plot map, and an enhanced, every-name index is included.
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Trolleys to Augusta, Maine: Augusta, Hallowell & Gardiner Railroad Co., Augusta, Winthrop & Gardiner Street Railway Co., Lewiston, Augusta & ... Kennebec Railway Co


(Hardcover)
by: O. Richard Cummings

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Historic Print : Kennebec County Court House, Augusta, Me.


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Historic Print (L): Kennebec County Court House, Augusta, Me.. This is a museum-quality, reproduction print on premium, acid-free, semi-gloss paper with archival/UV resistant inks. The paper size is 20"x24": the image size is approximately 16"x20". Carefully packaged in a strong cardboard tube or heavy-duty cardboard envelope to ensure safe arrival. SOURCE: Library of Congress
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Augusta


(Paperback)
by: Frank H. Sleeper
On February 24, 1827, the legislative act making Augusta Maine’s state capital was signed. Since that time, politics and government have played a central role in the development of Augusta. In this fascinating pictorial history Frank H. Sleeper uses Augusta’s political heritage as a springboard in the exploration of the many faces of this dynamic city.
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Togus, Down in Maine: The First National Veterans Home


(Paperback)
by: Timothy L. Smith
Togus, located 4.5 miles east of Augusta, Maine, was formerly part of the town of Chelsea. After the Civil War, Congress enacted laws and established a system of facilities that collectively became known as “National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers.” The critical need to establish an eastern branch of the National Home led to the selection of the former Togus Spring Hotel, which after some remodeling, opened for Union Civil War veterans in
November 1866. Gathered from cherished family albums, collectors of Togus artifacts, libraries, and archives, Togus, Down in Maine: The First National Veterans Home represents the first published history of the area, and most of the photographs have not been viewed by the public.
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Augusta, Maine, USA


Dirigindo pelas ruas de Augusta / Driving along Augusta Streets.
 

Augusta Maine Jan 21, 2017 Sister DC Women's march


Footage of the Women's Rights march that was held in Augusta, Maine, Jan. 21, 2017. To see on the news, all of these amazing people from all around the world ...
 

Augusta Maine Fire & Rescue - Ventilation Cutting.


Augusta Maine Fire & Rescue - Ventilation Cutting.
 

March 2017 Blizzard in Augusta Maine


Coverage of the March 4th blizzard in Augusta, Maine at the corner of Oak and Water Street.
 

Welcome to SenatorInnTV - Senator Inn & Spa Augusta, Maine


Experience, the Senator Inn & Spa - Traditional Hospitality in a Contemporary Setting... The Senator Inn & Spa offers the finest in Augusta, Maine lodging and ...
 


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