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1Plan of Pearson Town, Narragansett Number 1 and Number 7, or Gorham Town ..., 1762 (Maine Land Office Plan Book 25)Digital Maine
2Part of Oxford and Cumberland Counties, Maine, 1771Library of Congress
3A part of the Cape that lies between Ramondtown and Standish containing 645 acres, 1792 (Maine Land Office Plan Book 2)Digital Maine
4Survey of the Township of Standish (Maine Land Office Plan Book 20)Digital Maine
5Plan of Standish, made by Moses Banks, dated February 23, 1795Massachusetts Archives
6Plan of land near Raymond and Standish on Sebago Pond, 1808 (Maine Land Office Plan Book 1)Digital Maine
7Plan of Lands Lying Between Raymond and Standish as Assigned to Maine (Maine Land Office Plan Book 11)Digital Maine
8A Plan of the settlers lots laying on the cape so called extending from Raymond into Great Sebago on that part of said cape between Raymond line and Standish line (Maine Land Office Plan Book 4)Digital Maine
9This plan represents the land between Raymond & Standish assigned to Maine by the Commissioners under the Act of Separation, 1824 (Maine Land Office Plan Book 7)Digital Maine
10Map of Cumberland County Maine, 1857Osher Map Library
11Map of Cumberland County, Maine, 1857Library of Congress
12Raymond, Raymond Village, South Standish, Standish Corner (Cumberland County Atlas, 1871)Digital Maine
13Standish (Cumberland County Atlas, 1871)Digital Maine
14Plan of Cumberland County Maine (Cumberland County Atlas, 1871)Digital Maine
15Map of Cumberland County, 1880Maine Genealogy Archives
16Cumberland County (Atlas of the State of Maine, 1884)Digital Maine
17Map of Cumberland County, Maine (Atlas of the State of Maine, 1885)David Rumsey Map Collection
18Historical USGS Maps of StandishUNH Library
19Cumberland County - ED 3-1 to ED 3-161 (1940 Census Enumeration Maps)National Archives
20Cumberland County - ED 3-1 to 104 (1950 Census Enumeration Maps)National Archives

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