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Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in Legislature assembled, as follows: Philo A. Strickland, John Morison, Cornelius Murphy, C. N. White, James F. Campbell, J. Fred Webster, Walter E. Palmer, N. C. McClausland, John Ross, Frederick H. Strickland, E. W. Conant, M. L. Jordan, I. A. Terrill, Ira B. Gardner, John Finch, J. Warren Leslie, George T. Merrill, Charles H. Dudley, Charles C. Perry and W. S. Kellogg, their associates, successors and assigns, are hereby incorporated under the name of the Penobscot East Branch Log Driving Company, for the purpose of clearing out and improving the navigation of the east branch of the Penobscot river to facilitate the driving of logs and other lumber between Grand Lake dam and the west branch of said river at Medway.
Penobscot East Branch Log Driving Company, "Charter and By-Laws of the Penobscot East Branch Log Driving Company" (1897). Maine History Documents. 544.
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