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A published transcript of a speech given by Everett E. Morton at the 100th anniversary of the organization of Jackson, Maine, as a plantation and of the Congregational Church delivered as a part of events October 5-6, 1912. The speech provides information about the founding of the town and includes information under the headings of education, obituary, doctors, ministers, industries, post office, stores, soldiers, secret societies and reminiscences.
Morton, Everett E., "Historical Address of the Town of Jackson Given by Everett E. Morton at the One Hundredth Anniversary of Jackson as a Plantation" (1912). Maine History Documents. 116.
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