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Part of the Maine Island of Shetland.

Sir William Pepperell's [i.e. Pepperrell's] house, Kittery Point, Maine.

The District of Main: from the latest surveys

Sir George Colliers victory in Penobscot Bay 1779.

Scott, Winfield. Headquarters, Eastern Division, Augusta, Maine. To Lieutenant Colonel Pierce

Scott, Winfield. Headquarters, Eastern Division, Augusta, Maine. To Lieutenant Colonel Pierce

Maine.

Bowdoin College Brunswick, Me.

Portland, Me.

5th Maine Stevens' Battery, near Culp Hill, Gettysburg, Pa.

Boston and Maine rail road station, Haymarket Square, Boston, Mass.

Straw shop.

Cushnoc Heights.

Water Street, Augusta, Maine.

Gorham House.

[People (adults and children) posed on the porch of their cottage, Bath, Maine.]

Down Free Street, from Oak St.

Log jam, Hallowell, Me.

View of Oyster Banks, Damariscotta River, Me.

[Smelt houses on Medomak River.]

[Kennebec River Valley general view.]

Lewiston, Me. & vicinity.

[Oquossoc] Angling Association building.

View on Broadway.

Androscoggin Mills, from Canal Street.

Yates House.

[Carriages on the streets of Saco.]

St. Stephen's Church. (Episcopal).

Views of Etna Campground.

Crocker slate quarry, Brownville.

Horticultural exhibition at City Hall, 1869.

[Church.]

Woolen Mill, Madison, Me.

Fountain in Lincoln Park.

The Haunted Mill.

Coast of Maine.

Cumberland Street, Portland, Maine.

Temple Mill. Kennebec Valley.

Kimball's Camp.

Looking down from Megunticook Mountain on Megunticook Lake.

[A portrait of a large group of people, perhaps an extended family.]

Mount Katahdin from Ambijegis Lake.

Cumberland Street, Portland, Maine.

[Freshet on the Kennebec River.]

Walk to Pebbley Beach.

Our girls' Archery Ground in rear of Seminary.

Main Street.

View N.E. [north-east] from Kent's Hill.

Robin Hoods Cove. Coast of Maine.

[Old oak tree.]

Louisa at the Well.

Hill Mill and Canal. [Early view].

Maine Wesleyan Seminary, Female College.

[View of Portland.]

Old Orchard Beach, Maine.

Skowhegan Falls.

After casting Katadin [Katahdin] Ironworks.

Wrecks.

Rockland Cape.

[Steamboat.]

[View of a group of people at a lobster feed.]

Negro Island.

Crocker slate quarry, Brownville.

Moonlight (Casco Bay).

Smelt houses on M[edomak] River.

Hill Mill Yard.

Sea Side House, Peaks' Island.

View in the park at Old Orchard Beach, Saco, Maine.

Woolen Mill, Madison, Me.

View on entering the library, Colby University.

Smith Point, Squirrel Island, Maine.

Sawmill, Richmond, Me.

Old Orchard House at Old Orchard Beach, Saco, Maine.

View in Fryeburgh, Me.

[On the East pasture.]

Boom house, Ambijegis Lake.

Camp Merrill, Casco Bay, Me.

[People (adults and children) posed on the porch of their cottage, Bath, Maine.]

[Main Street, Waldoboro, Maine.]

[Near the spring.]

Residence of Mrs. H. G. Jewett, Solon, Me.

Frost Work, No.3.

Hill Mill Yard.

Mouth of Kennebec River, Hunnewell's Point, Maine.

[Boothbay Harbor.]

Congress Street and Lincoln Park, Portland, Me.

[Fishing.]

[Lighthouse.]

Anson R.R. Bridge, from Tinkham's Hotel.

South Street, from Elm [Street], Bidd[eford].

[Church.]

Winthrop Street, west from State St.

Bald Porcupine.

Camden from Shermans Point.

An island landing in Casco Bay, Maine.

Head of the Slide.

[View of Portland.]

Saco River scenery, Hiram, Me.

Deer Island house from wharf.

Jockey Cap, Fryeburgh, Me.

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