Maine Legislative Index

1820-1855, 1861-1865

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101School FundsResolve in favor of schools on certain Islands1855
102School FundsAn Act to authorize the City District in Belfast to raise money for the support of schools therein1855
103School FundsAn Act to authorize plantations to raise money for schools1855
104School FundsResolve in aid of the School Fund in Littleton1861
105School FundsResolve in favor of Rufus Manson1861
106School FundsResolve in favor of Henry Burns of Placentia Island, Long Island Plantation, for his proportion of the State School Tax to be expended for a school1864
107School FundsAn Act to amend Chapter 251 Section 7 of the Special Laws of 1863 relating to expenditures of School Money in Madawaska Townships1864
108School FundsResolve directing the State Treasurer to pay certain moneys due to the Madawaska Townships for school purposes1865
109School ReturnsAn Act further regulating school returns and the distribution of the State school funds1853
110SchoolsReport on the Petition of the Inhabitants of Weld that the Ministerial and School Funds may be put into one fund the interest of which shall go to the benefit of common schools in said Town and remonstrance of Elisha Holman and others1847
111State TreasurerResolve in relation to the distribution of the annual school funds1841
112TownsReport on the Order relative to School Funds in the Townships bordering the Aroostook River in the County of Aroostook1844
113Township D, Range 1 WELSResolve relating to portions of school funds belonging to certain Plantations1848
114Township H, Range 2 WELSResolve relating to portions of school funds belonging to certain Plantations1848
115Turner School FundsSee Howe, Timothy and others 1829 GY 55-15
116Washington Academy TrusteesA Memorial regarding management of school funds1822
117WeldReport on the Petition of the Inhabitants of Weld that the Ministerial and School Funds may be put into one fund the interest of which shall go to the benefit of common schools in said Town and remonstrance of Elisha Holman and others1847

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