The foregoing is a plan of 189,426 acres on the Penobscot River, it being the purchase made by Government of the Penobscot Tribe of Indians together with two acres of land one on each side of the river between said Indian purchase and land heretofore so called. Laid down by a scale of Two Hundred rods to an inch taken by the direction of the Hon. Salem Town, Esqr. by the Publicks most obedient an very Humble Servants Park Holland, Jona. Maynard, John Chamberlain, Surveyors. Scale of map: 1:39,600. 200 Rods per inch.
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Holland, Park; Maynard, Jonathan; and Chamberlain, John, "The Foregoing is a Plan of 189,426 acres on the Penobscot River, it Being the Purchase made by Government of the Penobscot Tribe of Indians" (1810). Maine Bicentennial. 41.