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1820-1855, 1861-1865

Legislative Index: Remonstrances against repeal of the license law

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Description: Remonstrances against repeal of the license law
Subjects: Auburn Petition Signers; Baldwin Petition Signers; Bangor Petition Signers; Bath Petition Signers; Bloomfield Petition Signers; Bowdoinham Petition Signers; Brewer Petition Signers; Bucksport Petition Signers; Camden Petition Signers; Casco Petition Signers; Castine Petition Signers; Ellsworth Petition Signers; Falmouth Petition Signers; Frankfort Petition Signers; Gardiner Petition Signers; Gorham Petition Signers; Hallowell Petition Signers; Hampden Petition Signers; Hermon Petition Signers; Kennebunk Petition Signers; License Laws; Milford Petition Signers; Minot Petition Signers; Naples Petition Signers; New Gloucester Petition Signers; New Sharon Petition Signers; Norridgewock Petition Signers; North Yarmouth Petition Signers; Old Town Petition Signers; Orono Petition Signers; Paris Petition Signers; Passadumkeag Petition Signers; Pittston Petition Signers; Poland Petition Signers; Portland Petition Signers; Raymond Petition Signers; Saco Petition Signers; Skowhegan Petition Signers; Spiritous Liquors; Standish Petition Signers; Temperance; Thomaston Petition Signers; Union Petition Signers; Waldoboro Petition Signers; Warren Petition Signers; Waterville Petition Signers; Westbrook Petition Signers; Wilton Petition Signers; Windham Petition Signers; Winslow Petition Signers; Wiscasset Petition Signers
Year: 1843
Type: GY
Reference Code: 158-17
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Source citation: "Maine Legislative Index, 1820-1855, 1861-1865," database, Maine Genealogy (https://www.mainegenealogy.net/legislative_record.asp?id=31837 : accessed 27 February 2024), entry for Remonstrances against repeal of the license law, 1843, citing Legislature and Legislature 61-65 databases, Maine State Archives.

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