The Old Maps of Lincoln County, Maine in 1857
This collection of map reproductions is part of a 25 book series. These pages contain 50 old maps of Lincoln County, Maine in 1857, as compiled by Lee and Marsh, Philadelphia. Lincoln County then included what is now part of Knox County, which was formed in 1860. At that time, Lincoln County lost Rockland, S. Thomaston, Cushing, Union, Warren, Friendship, and St. George to the new county. Each map has been carefully retouched, when necessary, preserving the owners’ names and the location of most of the buildings in the county at that date. See who lived where, find old railroads, schools, cemeteries, churches, and more with these detailed maps of cities, villages, and neighborhoods. Wire bound books lay flat for easy viewing.