- Item 12562 - Part of the Pownalborough plan, Augusta and Dresden, ca. 1760
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- Item 12562
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Manuscript map 30 from the Plymouth Company's records showing a part of what was then known as Pownalborough with the division of lots and sizes. Present-day towns are Dresden and Augusta.Show Details
A drawing of Job Averal's house, the Kennebec, Eastern, Cobbeseecontee and Sheepscot Rivers, Fort Western, Fort Shirley and Swan Island are shown. Land in Pittston, Alna and Randolph are also shown.
A compass rose adorns the lower left side.