Sawmills -- Maine
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Consists of business and personal papers of several generations of the family as well as materials concerning the town of New Gloucester, Maine.
An account of an 18th century mill in the area of Baileysville, Maine for work, goods, and services performed by James Dyer.
0679 Harold Stuart, interviewed by Edward D. “Sandy” Ives on July 27, 1971, in Machias, Maine. Interview with Harold Stuart about life in the lumber woods along the Union and Machias Rivers; work in lumber mills; stories about George Magoon, and Wilbur Day, poachers, and Calvin Graves. Text: 72 pp. transcript. Recording: mfc_na0679_na0680_t0388_01, mfc_na0679_na0680_t0388_02, mfc_na0679_t0387_01, mfc_na0679_t0387_02 [T 0386 - T 0387 / CD 2052 - CD 2054]. 2 hours
The collection contains personal papers and business records of members of the Hill family, early residents of Kittery and Berwick, Maine.
Records, 1861-1869, of lumber mill operator in Carmel, Maine. Contains accounts including type of wood received as well as board feet produced. Name on back cover, James Garland, may indicate him as the owner/operator of the saw mill. Also includes several tax collector receipts, 1898-1902.
Financial records of Oliver Moulton's sawmills in the area of Pittston, Maine.
1151 Ruth Bryant, Raymond Emerson, Charles Reay, interviewed by Michael Chaney, spring 1978, North Newcastle, Maine. 121 pp. Tape: 2 hrs. w/ trans. Bryant, Emerson, and Reay talk about various portable sawmill operations in the Sheepscot-Newcastle area and Joe Leighton. Discussion of Leighton photographs and identification of people in them. Text: transcript. Recording: T 1216 - T 1217 2 hours.