ⓘ Holden, Maine

                                     

ⓘ Holden, Maine

According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 32.53 square miles 84.25 km 2, of which, 31.32 square miles 81.12 km 2 of it is land and 1.21 square miles 3.13 km 2 is water.

                                     
  • Trondelag Holden former name of Holla, Telemark Holden Louisiana, an unincorporated community Holden Maine a town Holden Massachusetts, a town Holden Missouri
  • Holden Town Hall is a historic civic and community building at 723 Main Road in Holden Maine Built in 1873, it is an architecturally distinctive blend
  • a 4.99 - mile - long 8.03 km auxiliary Interstate Highway in the Bangor, Maine area. The western terminus of the route is at a cloverleaf interchange with
  • Maine School Administrative District 63 MSAD 63 is an operating school district within Penobscot County, Maine covering the towns of Holden Eddington
  • State Route 193 SR 193 is part of Maine s system of numbered state highways. It runs 19.08 miles 30.71 km from an intersection at U.S. Route 1 US 1
  • Frederick Holden May 25, 1895  May 18, 1953 was an officer of the United States Navy who retired with the rank of Vice Admiral. Born in Bangor, Maine Holden
  • State Route 46 abbreviated SR 46 is part of Maine s system of numbered state highways, located in the central coastal part of the state. It is 18.76
  • Samuel Holden House is a historic house, now located on the grounds of the Moose River Golf Club on United States Route 201 in Moose River, Maine This
  • tournament. Holden was one of four Americans who played for the Swedish team. Harlan attended Bates College in Lewiston, Maine Harlan Holden sports - reference
  • The Constitution of the State of Maine established the State of Maine in 1820 and is the fundamental governing document of the state. It consists of