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Prince Memorial Library


History of Cumberland 1821 - 1948, prepared by Greely Institute Class of 1948 and directed by Miss Evelyn Chatto, includes information on: Cumberland... A Poem; North Yarmouth; History of North Yarmouth; History of West Cumberland; Cumberland Foreside; Chebeague Island; Early Settlers; Occupations and Industries; Spears Boatyard; Grapeshot; Business Interests; Red and White Store; Old Houses in Cumberland; The Drowne Farm; Incorporation of the Town; First Town Meeting; The Old Town House; The Town Hall; Dedication of New Town Hall; The Meeting House; Early Schools in Cumberland; Greely Institute; New Building of the Institute; Gyger Gymnasium; History of the Congregational Church; History of the Other Churches; A Country Church... A Poem; Post Office; Cemeteries; Prince Memorial Library; Fair Grounds; Railroads; Map of Maine Central Railroad; Interurban Line; Centennial of 1921; Genealogy of the Blanchard Family; A Story from the Blanchard Family; Tales about Joe Weare, the Scout; Excerpts from Nicholas Rideout's Diary; The Twice-Told Seal... A Poem; Presages... A Poem; The Acorn... A Poem; Interesting Facts; Interesting Stories; and Taverns.

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Prince Memorial Library


Cumberland, Maine



History of Cumberland 1821 - 1948



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