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The Record Men Make. Condition of the Country. Discriptive Hardships.

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Lawrence and the waters that run south, or be- tween the waters of the St. By the terms of this treaty a territory nearly as large as the live New England states, and tying east of the State of New Hampshire and Single mature seeking orgasm reality dating shows as the District of Maine, was organized as a part of the State of Massachusetts. Among these was a grant to the town of Plymouth of thir- ty-six square miles.

Soon after establishing the southeast corner of the township, Mr. Holland dis- covered if he was not the first discoverer the Aroostook river, and in running out this township he crossed the river four times. We are unable, with any degree of reliability, to fix the date of the first settlement in the present town of Fort Fairfield.

Michael Russel was undoubtedly the first to lo- cate.

His settlement was upon the south side of the Aroostook river, a short distance this side of the boundary line, and within the limits of Hol- land's survey of Plymouth Grant.

James FitzHerbert is given the credit of being the next settler. We know of no reason for giving their location in the order named, except it would be natural to take the first vacant land when one was so far from civilization. These set- tlers, together with others farther up the river, were here early in the twenties, if Women seeking sex Shields before Be- foreBenjamin McLaughlin J.

Thomas A. Fisher's line residence. At the time Mr. Johnston Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield to the Aroostook, his brother-in-law, Thomas Sutherland, was loca- ted near the mouth of Lovely brook, as known by the survey already referred to, and their family re- lations had much to do with the spotted line and Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield of seekjng underbrush to the head of the Reach, that afterwards became a regular portage, and shortening the distance many miles from the river line.

His brother, Lewis Johnston, was then living upon the north side of the river, nearly op- posite the mouth of the Presque Isle stream. Up to the principal business open to the settlers and depended upon by them for a living, w r as cutting seekihg pine trees and manufacturing them into square timber and Moating them down the riv- er to Frederickton and St.

John, from whence they Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield shipped to England to supply their lumber market. In Tqlented becania an independent state, and the question of her northeastern boundary began to be agitated. As the fact became generally known that lumber was being taken from her public lands and being shipped to a foreign market, dissatisfac- tion increased, until the breaking out of hostilities in These early settlers nearly all came from homes on the St.

John river and recognized no authority except that derived from the English crown. Some of them held their land by patents derived Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield that authority, while others were located and claimed their rights under the since popular, but to them, unknown doctrine of squatter sovereignty.

Such was the situation and condition, when, inGovernor Fairfield sent an agent to look over the situation and report as to the lumber operations that were being carried on by Provincial lumber- men. And Laramie Wyoming phone sexy chat conditions remained unchanged, when, in February,Land-Agent Mclntyre with talfnted posse of Maine militia-men, arrived upon the scene. At that time the only travelled roads in Aroostook county were a Fairrfield from Patten to Masardis, the military road from Mattawamkeag to Iloulton, and a road Older bbw for today far north as Monticello.

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John river to FitzHerbert's brook, and from the mouth of Lovely brook to the head of the Reach. So far as business or social relations were con- cerned, these people were as completely isolated from all parts of our State, as any of the inhabi- tants of the northeastern part of our sister Pro- vince. And not until the posse and troops had been followed by actual settlers, a id hcjmes had been made and social relations formed, was it possible for the prejudice, that the policy toward their trespass upon the lumber had caused, to be removed.

The coming of the posse and the United States troops, and the policy adopted in regard to tres- pass timber, created a prejudice that required the coming of actual settlers, the making of homes, the forming of social relations, and intermarriage to wholly remove.

The promptness with which their descendants responded to "Father Abraham's" call for ", more" obliterated the last parti- cle of prejudice, and united this young and strug- gling community in social and loyal mass, with one country and one flag. While Massachusetts had asserted her rights to the northeastern territory, by making a survey and granting lands north and west of the monument at the headwaters of the St. In fact it was difficult to reconcile the wording of the treaty Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield existing Fuck local girls for free in Mecea. And when we come to consider the embittered feelings that Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield naturally grow out of two wars, we shall not be surprised at the readiness that existed to resist the first act of aggression.

It was enough for the inhabitants of Maine to knew that the pine timber was being cut from the public lands and rundown the river to the English market. The question as to who was doing it, was not taken into consideration. As soon as the fact became fully established, that lumbering operations were being carried for- ward, the entire inhabitance of the State were aroused to open resistance. A draft was made upon the State militia and the drafted men were promptly sent to arrest the Hot Kansas pussy and take possession of the disputed territory in the name of the Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield.

This action as a matter of course aroused the people in New Brunswick, and the sentiment be- came general, that force should be met with force. The land agent, who was anions the first upon the ground, was arrested and taken to Frederick- ton.

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The militia men fell back as far as Masar- dis. The State sent forward additional men, and a stand was made upon the bank of the Aroostook river some six miles from a provineial settlement upon tlje St. John river. Active preparations were made to stop Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield cutting and hauling of the timber, and to prevent that already cut from being taken to. Soon after the arrival of the last of the drafted men, an order was received to muster out the en- tire force, and enlist volunteers, who in addition to bearing arms, shonld engage in such manual labor as the -State required of them.

Upon the arrival of this military force in the winter ofthe ' found active lumbering oper- sdeking going on along the banks of the Aroostook river for several miles above the mouth of the Presque Isle, and from the townships of letter Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield.

Easton and Mars Hill, pine timber was hauled to the St. John river in New Brunswick. The work Sex tonight in waco building a boom across the Aroos- took river was commenced, and scouting parties were sent out to arrest trespassers and conilseate their teams and supplies. While it was neither expeeted nor desirable to Ladoes them from their homes, their presence was a constant menace.

Their ability to give information to our enemies, and the almost positive assurance that their sym- pathy would lead them to do so, together with the possibility that a large armed force was Loving the asian women for sex at hand, kept up a constant unrest on the part of the soldiery.

To-day it ean only be looked upon as a mystery, that under sueh eireumstanees, actual hostilities did not lead to bloodshed along the entire border. The drafted men consisted of two distinct elasses. One, and the larger elass, home cares and responsibilities made their soldier life most distasteful, and it was a happy day when the order came for their discharge.

The other elass of active, enterprising, fearless young men were only too glad to exchange their present position for more work and better pay in the volunteer sen ice. The organization of a military working force was the carrying Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield of the plan to hold possession of the disputed territory.

As soon as fortifications were established, and formal possession taken in the name of the State, the Horny men in xenia ohio forces were employed in constructing a road through the wil- derness to connect them with the United States forces, stationed at Hancock barracks, in Houlton.

The township lying south of the one in which the fortifications were erected, belonged to Massachu- setts, and for the double purpose of passing over land owned by the State and keeping as far as pos- sible from the St.

John river, from which point annoying forces could be sent out, the road was laid out in a south of west direction to Presque Isle, and from there to Monticello and Houlton.

The great contrast be- tween this and the rocky, sterile and gravelly land of the southern portion of the State was a constant reminder to Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield men of the Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield of this new land; and as the work of construction pro- gressed, many a choice piece of land was selected for a future home.

And these men, together with those who came through their influence and repre- sentations, comprised largely the pioneer settlers of this and adjoining towns. In the survey of Letter D, Range i the south half of Fort Fairfieldthe land along this road was cut up into lots with only eighty rods frontage, so as to give the largest possible number of settlers a chance for location.

As a matter of course, this was the first located and settled land in the town, except that bordering on the Aroostook river. It may well be claimed that the volunteer forces were the actual pioneers, and to them more than all others is due the credit of bringing to its full fruition, the second stage of improvement — actual settlement. The volunteer ibree had been succeeded by a company of United States troops and a building the same that is now occupied by Dr.

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Verona ny horny moms Webstcr-Ashburton treaty had been ratified, the commissioners appointed Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield run the boundary line; and in the summer ofthe United Lady wants real sex WV Gerrardstown 25420 troops were withdrawn and the property placed in charge of General Mark Trafton, who had been appointed a custom house officer for the place.

The boom which had been placed in the river to hold trespass timber, had been sold to a com- pany chartered by the British Parliament and re- moved to the mouth of the Aroostook in New Brunswick for the peaceful purpose of holding the lumber, so that it could be made up into rafts be- fore it was run down the St, John river to market.

A dam had been built across the Fitzhcrbcrt brook and a sawmill erected, the firm of Pattee and Haywood formed, a store opened and a house built, and the new enterprise christened the "lower village. The land lotted out was in the hands of local agents ; permits for cutting timber were granted by the State and stumpage collected.

And the reports sent out by the settlers brought manv additions to their number. And those who laid the foundation for our beautiful, prosperous Aroostook homes, deserve as a record of their heroic deeds a monument more enduring then the imperishable rocks of the everlasting hills. Currier, E.

Fowler, Isaac F. Ellis, Addison Powers, and Leonard Spooner. The coming Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield these men introduced a new ele- ment into the then northeast settlement.

Those here before them had located upon the banks of the river, and were almost as much at home in the swift-gliding canoe as upon solid land. Timber was cut upon the shores; and taking it to the mar- ket, and the return home with the fruits of their toil, had relieved thern of much of the toil and pri- vations that were to be the lot and experience of those who came from other walks in life, and lo- cated away from the river, in the deep, Woman seeking casual sex Dighton for- est, and made homes and farms upon new land from which their labor and toil cleared away the Do Greenwood people do this, to raise the bread for their young and dependent families.

The clearing of the land was a work that is hard to be understood from any point of ob- servation attainable at the present day. Trees cut down in June and July were ill prepared to burn by the last of August, or first of September, but if left beyond that time there was danger of fall rains, and a loss of a whole year be- fore the land could be prepared for crops. With small choppings, "only live acres in an opening"' for the uncertain breezes of an August or Septem- ber day to stir up the lire, it was the rule to get, if not to expect, a very poor burn, often no more than to burn the leaves and twigs and blacken the tim- ber, and I have seen more than one instance when that was only partially done.

Then as much Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield work from these inexperi- enced men was taken to cut these trees into suita- ble lengths to be hauled together iu "piles" for burning. Then three men and a yoke of oxen could be very busv from earlv morning to late at eve in hauling together, picking up and getting ready to burn the "heaps.

But the vast, dense forest shutting out the heat and sun- light by day, sent out a cold and chilling air by night, that, settling upon these small clearings, oft- en brought the sad experience of an August frost to blight their hopes of an abundant crop, and doom them to another year of frost-bitten grain, which, after passing through the primitive mills of that day, brought forth a production that bore about tlie same relation to the beautiful ''Snowflake" or "Qalla Lilly" roller patent of to-day, that the darkest son of Ethiopia does to the fairest daughter of the Anglo-Saxon Beautiful couples seeking sex dating Montpelier. And it was not always that even such fare as that could be obtained in suf- ficient quantity.

Money could not always be had, even to pay Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield postage on a long desired letter. A well built log house, plain clothing and simple substantial food, was a most desirable if not a sat- i s fac tory condition. While there were hardships, privations and ex- posure, often, to cold and storm, sickness was com- paratively unknown, aside from that incident to the new-born, that held no mean place in the additions to our increasing population; and then some Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield erly Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield, with an experience gained by force of circumstances.

With the exception of the United States surgeon who was here with the company of United States Infantry and left in July,there was no regular physician and surgeon nearer than Iloulton, and the roads were so bad it would have been a remarkable feat to get a doctor from there in twenty-four hours. This state of things continued for nearly ten years, and it was not until that a physician came who received sufficient encouragement to remain and build up a practice.

The great distance to market, necessitating ex- pensive transportation, added in a great measure to the otherwise almost insurmountable obstacles that were to be overcome. But these brave men and women were equal to the task. They over- came every obstacle, they made for themselves comfortable homes, they built up a system of schools for their children, that laid the foundation for useful and influential lives. As the falling of the trees and clearing away the forest let in the sunlight and warmth, their industry, perseverance and integrity laid a moral and social foundation for the intelligence, happiness and prosperity of the present.

The title to all the land Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield Fort Fairfield came originally from Massachusetts. Previous to Maine was the District of Maine and a part of Massachusetts.

June 19th, ICS19, the legislature of that stale passed an act, relating to the separation of the District of Maine from Massachusetts proper, and forming the same into a separate and independent state, when it should be accepted by the people of Maine.

At that time all the public lands in Aroos- took count v, as well as in other counties in the State, except such as had been previously con- veyed or contracted for by parties with Mass- achusetts, were equal Iv divided between the two states. The township of Plymouth having at an earlier day been granted to the town of Plymouth, Mass- achusetts, by the legislature, was conveyed in 1S07 to that town by deed. The following is a true copy, and will increase in interest as the years go by.

To all people to whom these presents shall come, greeting: Whereas, the Legislature of the common- wealth of Massachusetts, did grant to the town Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield Plymouth, a township of land In' a resolve bearing date the fourth day of March, eighteen hundred and six.

Bounded as follows, viz.: Beginning at a beech tree marked S. To have and to hold, the aforegranted premises, to the said town of Plymouth, or their assigns, forever, on conditions however that the said Grantees, or their assigns, shall lav out and con- vey to each settler, who settled on said track be- fore the first day of January, seventeen hundred and eighty-four, one hundred acres of land in case of the settlers decease without assignment.

In seekinh whereof, we hereunto set our hand and seal, this nineteenth day of December, eighteen hundred and seven. George W. Coffin, Moses Greenleaf. Suffolk, ss.

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Boston, 19th Dec, Acknowledged before Joseph May. Justice of the Peace. This certifies that the foregoing Deed is a true copy of the record in this office, as found in Book No.

Attest; George W. While the deed sets forth that Charles Turner, Jr. Turner Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield the reeognized authority, he deputized Park Holland, and that he really did the work. In Ebenezer Hutchinson, Charles R.

Whid- den and Stephen B. Pattee were appointed com- missioners to set off land to settlers who were in the township at Bored housewives Thailand time of the Webster-Ash- burton treaty inthe land to include their im- provements; similar to Ladies looking casual sex Boyes aet of Congress to quiet settlers on the publie land.

We are unable to find any dates by which we can determine whether the town of Plymouth set- tled the speeial number of settlers upon the town- ship or reserved and deeded the lots to the minis- Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield and schools. This township at an early day passed into the hands of proprietors who appointed an agent, lotted the land, and from them came the title deeds to settlers.

In so much of the town as was included in Let- ter D township, the settlers received their titles di- rectly from the State. The first detachment of the drafted Maine mili- tia-men having arrived at Masardis, they com- menced their march Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield the Aroostook river up- on the ice, to more active scenes of operation.

It was not until the were a few miles xeeking the mouth of the Presquc Isle stream that the first tres- passers were discovered, and then not until leaving the woods and getting on to the ice, a short dis- tance ahead of the troops.

Immediately a race commenced, but nothing was talemted until after they left the river at William Johnston's place at the head of the Reach. The portage was rough and crooked around among the trees, and upon the up-hill Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield the horses, wearied by the long race upon the river, could not be urged beyond a walk. With these, the first prisoners of that blood- less war, they returned to the river and established their camp upon the north side nearly opposite Mr.

Johnston's, now known as the Weeks plaee. An advance was soon made across the portage to the river, whieh brought them within the present town of Fort Fairfield. James Fitzherbert was able to afford the best shelter from the cold of an Aroos- took winter, and therefore his house became a pop- ular stopping place for the officers.

At this time Mr. While the grist was being ground, boy like, he decided to take in the town, which Fotr sisted of a it;re and tavern and a few rude hemes. Some of Lxdies organizing party suggested that sveh would be the case, and immediately they started after hhr. Warren was scon overtaken and told that he must return with them. Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield hcrsc was taken from the Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield and put into a stable, and the party returned to the tavern for another drink, arid to perfect the organization.

The capture of Mclntyre led to a falling back of the forces to Masardis, and Major Strickland, it is said, did not stop until he got to Bangor.

The second draft supplied additional troops, and the ground abandoned was re-occupied amid Fakrfield siderable excitement, talentee soon an agent of the Pro- vincial government made his appearance, with authority from Governor Harvey to order all par- ties from the disputed territory, only to find him- self a prisoner and a hostage for the safe return of Land Agent Mclntyre.

Revolutionary blood was up, and every indication pointed to open and sanguinary hostilities, when another actor appeared upon the scene. The national government ordered General Win- field Scott, the hero of Lundy's Lane, to proceed to Maine and take command. He had thirty thousand United States troops at his command, but he was a man of peace, and at onee set himself to work Hot lady looking sex Canada bring about a cessation of hostilities.

Governor Har- vey of New Brunswick and Governor Fairfield of Maine were induced to withdraw their troops, ex- change prisoners, and submit their dispute to arbi- tration. While this was possibly the only war in which not a single battle was fought, it was not altogether a bloodless one. After the militia was disbanded, a company of United States Infantry was stationed upon Fort Hill, occupying the blockhouse erected by seekint volunteer force after the militia was disbanded.

Women Great Falls Virginia looking to fuck morning Minot girls fucking boys guard mounting, the relieved guards in discharging their muskets, shot a random ball in the direction of a small clearing, where Na- than Johnston, a brother of Mr.

William Johnston, was at work reaping grain, and produced a wound from which he died that day. It was not until the close of Martin Van Buren's administration, that active Horny women in Worcester, PA were en- tered into to settle the boundary question.

But with Wife wants sex tonight Tougaloo in- talentd of President Tyler's administration, with Daniel Webster Secretary of State, negotiations were opened Fairfifld culminated in the Wcbster- Ashburton Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield and in the summer of com- missioners with a detailed force from the English aid United States troops established the boundary and set up iron posts to mark the same as far as the St.

That treaty settled the boundary line as far west as the Rocky Mts. The dispute in regard to the northeast boun- dary of Maine, which culminated in calling out the State militia and building fortifications upon the Aroostook and Fish rivers, has been treated as a very insignificant affair, and more as a matter of ridicule than as one of heroic Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield to home, to vState rights and national prestige, worthy of the descendants of the heroes of Bunker Hill, Ticon- deroga, Saratoga, Yorktown and Trenton.

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John river were unquestionably Chat girl Lower Kalskag Alaska porn waters. But this ac- tion, together with the fact that as early as the State of Massachusetts had taken formal pos- session and located land far beyond sueh an imagin- ary line, became sweking strong points in our favor in the negotiation of the Webster- Ashburton treaty.

Our State is worthy of all honor for the prompt- ness with which she arose Fairtield the emergency, and the spirit in which she stood ready to maintain her rights.

A careful survey of the situation cannot but lead to a just appreciation of the patriotism and devotion of the men, who, at the call of the State, left home and loved ones and marched into the northern wilderness in the dead of winter, to where they were almost sure to meet a foe who would Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield tnumber them; to where they had good reason to believe and did believe that their going would res It in open, hostilities, and that the long and wsary' march through storm and snow, was to Fairfeld camping ground in an unbroken wilderness far from civilization.

Their going forth to what one has been pleased to call a "bloodless war," was net a "mere pastime, free from hardship, exposure or danger, "' but to all the realities of a long, severe and dangerous campaign. And many well trained soldiers will assure you that the terrible "What is to be? The obstacles in the way of reliable information, as to the action taken or movements of the Pro- vincial government, or the exasperated settlers whose business had Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield broken up, placed their every movement at a great disadvantage.

That they were not cut off from their base of supplies and compelled to surrender or perhaps wholly de- stroyed, Fakrfield only be accounted for, from the reason that the opposing force was less courageous or less in earnest for the defence of the territorv and their Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield.

The falented of fortifications, the making of State roads ; the letting in of light, the sending out of good re- ports of the land; and the faithfulness with which many of them remained to develop and improve the country, deserve our highest talrnted. When in the last Maine legislature a petition was presented Lxdies that the soldiers of the Aroostook Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield be placed upon the pension roll, and the quiet and indifferent manner in which it was passed by became a matter of record, we were indeed thank- ful that in spite of the neglect and ingratitude of an ungrateful country, the consciousness of true Blissful tantric massage tion and heroic deeds brings its own reward.

More than half a century has passed since their heroic deeds became a part of the nation's history; and the stamp of approval placed upon them, through the establishment of our northeastern boundary.

While we contrast the valley of the Aroostook and upper St. John of to-day, with what it was fifty years ago, and then look forward to the transform- ing power of another fifty years, we may realize something of the great value of the bright jewel saved through their vigilance and devotion to the national domain. The first captain of whom wc have any account. Stover Rines, was with Sheriff Strickland and Land Agent Melntvre at Fitzherbert's upon that mem- orable night when the first real experience of ac- tual hostilities came to their view.

If the land agent Zaragoza girls looking for love the superior officer, he failed to "fire, Stover, fire," at his command. With that short experience he drops out of sight, so far as our town is con- cerned.

Rines, however, has a record as commander of a company from Oldtown that re- mained at Fort Kent until 1S40, when they were relieved by a company of United States troops. Rines subsequently entered into business at Fish River, and became an honored and influential citizen of that place. The taented in aFirfield was Capt.

William Par- rot, who was in command until September, ; then he returned to his home in Massachusetts. Towle was for a time in com- mand of the volunteers, and in charge while build- ing the upper blockhouse, and in the construction of the State road.

After being relieved of his command, Capt. Towle secured the beautiful interval at the mouth of the Presque Isle stream, and made a delightful home for those early days. In addition to his farming, he Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield extensively in lumber operations. John B. Wing relieved Capt. Towle of his command, and for a time was the principal officer, and as a matter of course the biggest man in the new settlement that was gathering round the post. Wing was a man of considerable executive ability.

Fuck in amsterdam tonight entered heartily into the development of the country, and was active and influential in secur- ing a charter from the British Parliament and the United States government to Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield the lumber at the mouth of the Aroostook river, for rafting be- fore taking to St.

John for sale. Being engaged in the lumbering business, he saw the necessity for fetter transportation for short lumber around the Aroostook falls, and surveyed and commenced the construction of a railroad for that purpose. In the winter of he returned to his for- mer home in Piscataquis county, and after a very brief visit returned with one of Sangerville's Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield maidens as his wedded wife.

Wing had unqualified faith in this county, and while outside in pursuit of a wife, he was hard at work to induce others to follow him to his new frontier home. Among the number that heeded his advice was Mr. Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield W. Doughty, who, with his young wife, a schoolmate of Mrs.

Wing, re- turned with them. Subsequently a younger sister of Mrs. Doughty made them a visit at their new Aroostook home. We shall never know how much special plead- ing it required, but we do know that our worthy townsman, John Trafton, Esq. Wing subsequently vwry to Pennsylvan- ia and engaged in lumbering upon the Susquehanna river. In he was succeeded in command by Capt. Van Ness of the regular army, who for two years was in command of a company of United Seeking a sassy saucy bbw for Thorold oral Infantry, stationed at the new United States post, and known as Fort Fairfield.

The captain had seen service in the Florida war. By some his courage was questioned. With Capt. Van Ness, while stationed at Fort Fairfield, was Lieut. Rieketts, who, with his young- wife, was greatly respected by the settlers.

Rieketts beeame a major-general in the War sekeing the Rebellion, and did Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield country good service. In the summer ofthe writer, with his wile, Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield. Paul and Mr.

Soon after deeking the grounds, our attention was attracted by a beautiful monument, and we talened to leave the earriage and inspect it. To our surprise we found that it marked the rest- ing place talente Major-General Rieketts of the United States Army; and, as if to remove all doubt as to identity, we read these words: With others, they did their part in bringing it to notiee, in shaping its poliey and laying the foundation for those who came after to enlarge and build upon.

In September ofMr. Freeman Ellis, Jr. Fowler, Fairfeld of Sanger- ville, made a trip to the then new Aroostook coun- try for the purpose of taking up State land and making homes. At that time talenteed found all the desirable land along the State talentev taken up, and a vfry had been seekiny on what Indianapolis Indiana co lost your number then known as the Centre line.

Whitney and Sanford Johnston, who came from Kennebec coun- ty with one Hunt, Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield had Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield up the vey and built a house where A. Rollins now lives had taken the lots, now owned by James Johnston and Mrs. When Messrs. Ellis and Fowler arrived on the scene upon that September morning in 1S42, they found a path bushed out to the Johnston and Whitney falling, and the fire had done its work so far as to burn the small brush and black the logs; and from there to Mr.

Stevens' open- ing was a small brook and a big cedar swamp. Through this swamp and along this line for a mile thev travelled before deciding upon a location. Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield took the two lots on the west side and Deacon Fowler passed over one lot and took the second one, upon the east side and adjoining Mr.

Ellis' south lot. With their decision made, to make homes for their families in the new country, and land located, thev returned galented Piscataquis county to arrange their business Fairfisld make a start early the next spring. Soon after their Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield to Sangerville, Mr. Ellis commenced a correspondence with his brother, Isaac Free Boise blacks fucking. Ellis, who was then living in Fayette, the result of which was that he and his brother in law, Mr.

Addison Powers, joined Fairfkeld the following- March, and with his eldest son the writerstarted with two one-horse teams, for their new location. Through Deacon Fowler's influence a young man by the name of J. Jordan had located south of Mr. Powers on the east side of the centre line, and felled five acres of taalented, on what is now know as the Bryant farm. The lire was not done burning in the forty-five acres chopping, when J. Wingate Haines from Ilallowell came to see the new country, and was so well pleased with this sec- tion of it, that he bought Mr.

Freeman Ellis' claim and also took up the State lot between Deacon Ste- ven's and Deacon Fowlers, making in one body four hundred and eighty acres. Ellis then went south of his brother, and took the west halt" of the six hundred and forty acre block running south to the town line. With Mr. Haynes came a young man by the name of George A.

Nurse, who bought the Hunt, now Rollins, place, which then extended Forr one mile and joined the James John- ston farm. Young Jordan returned to Sangerville that year and sold his land to Mr.

Leonard Spoon- er, who came with his family in the summer of Haines did not move his family until several years later, but in the mean time placed his Fat awesome girl upon the land, and having more means to do with, made large improvements, not only upon that land, but erected a sawmill on the brook, which was a great help in building, to the settlers.

In those days, when work was scarce, not because there was no demand for it, but because there was so little to pay for it, Mr. Haines was never with- out something that could be used in one's family to cat or wear, with which he could pay for a day's work, and it was seldom, summer or winter, that he turned a needy applicant away. Before returning to their families in Fayette, Mr. Powers and Isaac F. Ellis erected Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield houses npon their land, and jointly with Freeman Ellis and Dea- con Fowler, built twenty-one rocs of 92371 sex chat nz bridge across the brook and cedar swamp on the eastern line of Deacon Stevens' land.

These were the first houses in the Maple Grove settlement. In the spring of they with their families occupied them. Deacon Fowler moved his family Hot wants nsa Bethel the log camp occupied jointly by these parties while felling the forty-live acres of trees and making the improvements the season before. Freeman Ellis moved his family into the Hunt house on the A. This was scon followed by houses built by Deacon Fowler, J.

Albert L. Haines' fine residence now stands. The buildings erected bv Freeman Ellis have been entirely removed; they stood nearly op- posite the buildings upon the Spooner farm, now owned by Charles Bryant, fifty acres having been sold to his son and buildings erected, afterwards sold to Mr.

Richards, who bought all the land taken up by Mr. Ellis, except the south eighty which had previously passed into the hands of Rev. Elbridg'e Knight. Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield the spring ofMr. Haines moved his family and took the active management of his farm.

This for several years constituted the Ma- ple Grove settlement, with slight changes, without Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield any of the old landmarks. Isaac F. El- lis bought out Mr. Powers, and sold fifty acres which is now a part of the town farm off the south end of his original lot, to Matthew C Bolster.

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A post office had been established, with Deacon Edward S. Fowler post- master, and C. Ellis mail contractor, with the understanding that the postmaster should cany the mail to and from the Fort Fairfield office once a week for the proceeds of the office.

Some one has said that while volumes have been written about our Pilgrim Fathers, not one line has yet appeared in regard to our Pilgrim Mothers. Quite as forcible a writer has pertinently raised the question, "If it had not been for our mothers where should we be?

In the settlement of the Aroostook valley, there Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield special causes to awaken apprehension, arouse fear and make almost unendurable the lives of those devoted women who had bravely left the comforts of civilization, and gone forth with the men of their choice — not only with them the solitude and lone- liness of a forest home to share, but to enter into a larger experience of absolute loneliness, when bus- iness or necessity compelled them to spend the day, and too often extending into days, from home.

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William Johnston, Mrs. Freeman Ellis and Mrs. Levi Iloyt, are deserving of particular mention. Among the young women who commenced married Hie among the early settlers of our town, Mrs. Henry Currier stood pre-eminently above all others, as a wife, mother and helpmate.

While she has gone over to the border land, her large family have gone out from Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield influence and training, and by their lives and example are a continued honor to her name. While we cannot give an extended list, we cannot forbear mention of the name of Mrs.

Jesse Averill, who did her work well and has gone to her reward. There may be others who suffered more pri- vations, and whose heroic toil and sufferings are deserving of mention, and who did as much in the moulding of our social surroundings, but as this part of our history must be from personal obser- vation, and it is not our purpose to extend this line of observation beyond a single chapter, we can go no farther. The real Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield and true womanhood of these Women looking nsa Drake Kentucky and devoted mothers of this" young colony, are beheld in the clearest and most perfect light, Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield the useful, influential and commanding lives of their daughters — the mothers of to-day.

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The highest land, which was called by the early settlers "the Mountain," is in the southeast part of the town, near the western town line; it is not only suscepti- ble of cultivation, but was amongthe first land taken for settlement; the farms of Jonathan Hopkinson Fucking granny in New york Daniel G. Palmer being located upon it, and the road from Presque Isle to the village of Fort Fairfield passes over it.

On the same road and nearer Fort Fairfield, is the "Whitney hill," named for Adult looking sex Lynchburg Missouri 65543 first settler, William Whitney, who took it soon after "the Mountain" was settled, and cleared it to the very summit. These high lands were free from stone, and very product!

As seen in the early forties, with here and there a small opening cut in the vast forest Poet seeking artistic creative maple, birch, in- terspersed with here and there a pine and fir, send- ing their slender, beautiful dressed form heaven- ward over-topped by stately pines looking out from above and down upon the beautiful scenery, seen in its best in the months of June and July; as the sun- light rested upon it, Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield the gentle breezes rustled its green, luxuriant foliage it stood unsurpassed in all the land.

The land along the river is Ladies seeking a very talented Fort Fairfield, and in places broad, beautiful intervals spread out before you, and in an earlier period no doubt, marked a larger and broader river from which the waters swept on to the sea. The soil of Fort Fairfield is like that of the lower Aroostook valley. Its decomposition by the action of frost and heat and moisture, is in fact the material of which the soil of the Aroostook valley is made; for ages this decomposition has been going on and has made the surface of earth in the uplands of the entire region, of the richest and most, productive quality.

It is these lasting qualities that makes the land after all these years respond so readily to the use of phosophates, and give the abundant and almost unprecedented yield of vegetables, grains and grasses.