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Secretary of State Correspondence

1820-1914

Secretary of State Correspondence Record: Requesting that the Secretary of State order Nelson Savage to give up the laws intended for Greely Plantation.

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Item Description: Requesting that the Secretary of State order Nelson Savage to give up the laws intended for Greely Plantation.
Date Written: 27 June 1844
Box and Folder: 14-18
Associated names: James Bell; John Greely; Nelson Savage
Associated subjects: Laws—Maine; Monson (Piscataquis Co., Me.); Wilson (Piscataquis Co., Me.)
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Source citation: "Secretary of State Correspondence, 1820-1914," database, Maine Genealogy (https://www.mainegenealogy.net/individual_correspondence_record.asp?id=3581 : accessed 3 December 2021), entry for Requesting that the Secretary of State order Nelson Savage to give up the laws intended for Greely Plantation., 27 June 1844, citing Hancock County Court of Sessions database, Maine State Archives.

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