Sebec (Me.) -- History
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: SpC MS 1335-sc
Scope and Contents Pages from an account book of an unidentified person recording items purchased and work done. The name Alexander P. Thompson of Sebec, Maine, is frequently mentioned in the text, which includes a loan agreement for $1,000 between Thompson and Benjamin Bunker of Blue Hill, Maine, as well as a list of guarantees to Thompson's widow dated 1831. Items purchased include corn, rye, potatoes, apples, cider, etc. Payment is recorded for work such as hauling goods, working on roads, haying, use of oxen,...
Identifier: SpC MS 1204-sc
Overview Records of a general store in Sebec, Maine, owned by Thoedore Wyman and his son, Theodore H. Wyman. Included are three ledgers dating from the 1830s to 1883. The earliest ledger appears to record transactions of a business called Jewett & Wyman. The ledgers include names of customers but do not record specific purchases made by each customer. Also found in the collection is a daybook dating from 1871-1873 which details the purchase of items such as lard, sugar, molasses, oil, etc. A small...