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1797, Pejebscot Proprietors case (MS)
1797 Case of the Pejebscot Proprietors which questioned whether the outermost boundary of the Pejepscot claim, designated in a deed from the
Sagamore Indians as the "Great Falls" or the "uppermost falls" on the Androscoggin River, was intended to mean the "Ten Mile Falls" or the "Twenty Mile
Falls" or, as the Proprietors claimed, the falls later called the Rumsford Falls. Also included was a memorial from Josiah Little who sought a change of
venue in the case. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title originally held by the Maine Historical Society Library).
Title:   [Case of the Pejebscot Proprietors].
OCLC Number:   1285606000
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