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Secretary of State Correspondence

1820-1914

Secretary of State Correspondence Record: Requesting an appointment for another fish warden within Penobscot County. Accompanying petition for the appointment of John C. Howes for the office of fish warden within Penobscot County.

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Item Description: Requesting an appointment for another fish warden within Penobscot County. Accompanying petition for the appointment of John C. Howes for the office of fish warden within Penobscot County.
Date Written: 2 Aug. 1870
Box and Folder: 30-16
Associated names: John P. Arey; Oliver Arey; Samuel Arey; Charles G. Atkins; J. S. Bartlett; William Bennett; Israel C. Chipman; J. R. Chipman; Alonzo Colby; Allin Curtis; J. G. Curtis; Seth Curtis; Joseph L. Emerson; Frederick T. Homer; Stophen Homer; Elisha Manchester; Charles E. Parker; W. H. Pilsbury; S. B. Pratt; Parker Tuck; Theo C. Woodman
Associated subjects: Game wardens—Maine; Maine—Officials and employees; Bucksport (Hancock Co., Me.); Bradley (Penobscot Co., Me.); Petitions—Bucksport, Maine
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Source citation: "Secretary of State Correspondence, 1820-1914," database, Maine Genealogy (https://www.mainegenealogy.net/individual_correspondence_record.asp?id=9289 : accessed 4 December 2021), entry for Requesting an appointment for another fish warden within Penobscot County. Accompanying petition for the appointment of John C. Howes for the office of fish warden within Penobscot County., 2 Aug. 1870, citing Hancock County Court of Sessions database, Maine State Archives.

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