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Libraries and schools, please contact Sam Teddy Publishing to place a discounted order. Invoicing is available. Retail establishments and book sellers, contact Sam Teddy Publishing for discounts.
All prices reflect U.S. dollars.

Centennial History of Waterville

$27.95

A reprint of the 1902 edition of this book, this book brings to the readers’ mind the way it was back in “the old days.” Covering what started out as Winslow (encompassing Waterville and Oakland), Waterville (which split from Winslow in 1802), and touching on Oakland (which split from Waterville in 1823), this book contains such history of the local area that the readers will immerse themselves into the story. As Fort Halifax is being built; as Winslow increases in size; as bridges are built, Waterville comes to its own; as schools, churches, businesses are constructed, the reader will feel like he or she is there. With various illustrations from the original printing, this is a most comprehensive history of the Taconnett area of the Kennebec river. Each chapter was written by a different chairman of the Centennial Committee of One Hundred, covering subjects such as the Early Settlers, Military History, the Churches, Schools and Colleges and their Teachers, Social Life, Agriculture of the area, Banking, the Press, Libraries, Doctors and Lawyers, a full picture is built over the hundred years cover 1802-1902. A final chapter of documents such as Letters, the Winslow Proprietors, the Grant of James Pitt, the Waterville Incorporation Act, and the Waterville City Charter, and more, are included for the reader. A modified every-name index is included as well. 6x9, softcover, 611 pages, illustrated, indexed. ISBN: 9781935573357.