ⓘ Caswell, Maine

                                     

ⓘ Caswell, Maine

The town was first organized on April 14, 1879 as Pleasant Ridge Plantation, and was later incorporated as Caswell on July 16, 1986. It has suffered a large decline in population since its peak, partly due to the closure of a saw mill that existed in town, as well as the closure of the nearby Loring Air Force Base in 1994.

                                     
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  • station. It is located 4.3 miles 6.9 km north of Limestone, Maine It was closed in 1980. Caswell was one of twenty - eight stations built as part of the second
  • The Former Caswell Public Library is an historic building at 42 Main Street in Harrison, Maine Built in 1908 - 09, it is one of the small community s most
  • Manchester, Caswell met William Long, a factory machinist and the pair became lovers. In September 1849 Long lost his job and moved home to Biddeford, Maine A
  • d Aroostook əˈruːstək ə - ROOS - tək is a county in the U.S. state of Maine along the Canada U.S. border. As of the 2010 census, the population was
  • which was part of Aroostook County. Ayotte is a resident of the town of Caswell He is a Republican and was first elected in 2006. He was re - elected in
  • located at 1, 460 feet 450 m above sea level between Little Mountain and Caswell Mountain. It flows southeasterly across the northeast corner of Industry
  • Harrison, Maine It connected with the Portland and Ogdensburg Railroad later Maine Central Railroad Mountain Division from Portland, Maine to St. Johnsbury
  • Corps of Engineers. The chosen site, in northeastern Maine within both Limestone Township and Caswell Plantation, was the closest point in the continental
  • keeper 3 22 1871 Emily F. Barr assistant, 1871 William H. Caswell 1871 1872 Frank P. Caswell assistant, 1871 1872 Chandler Martin 1872 1878 George