ⓘ Frankfort, Maine

                                     

ⓘ Frankfort, Maine

Frankfort is the oldest town on the Penobscot River, first settled in the 1760s by Massachusetts soldiers from nearby Fort Pownall. With the end of the French and Indian War, the Penobscot Valley became part of New England, and more specifically Massachusetts, leading to the first cautious encroachments by English-speaking settlers on the lands of the Penobscot Indians. This process, which would begin in Frankfort, would end with the founding of Bangor, Brewer, Orono, Old Town and other inland settlements, and the eventual restriction of the Penobscot people to their major village at "Indian Old Town", or the present Penobscot Indian Reservation.

Todays Frankfurt is only a small part of the original town, which contained the present town of Frankfort, with winterport, Stockton springs, and prospect. Ft. Thus pownall was in Frankfurt and in the cities of major village was what is now winterport with. Frankfurt was the logical place for settlement not only because the island Verona commanded the approach up the river but as the river above the town froze during the winter, making this the last ice-free port as one ascended - hence the name "winterport with".

One of the first settlers was Lieutenant Joshua treat 1729-1802, the armorer on ft. Pownall, whose brother was one of the first settlers in Bangor.

The British fleet anchored Frankfort in 1814 on his way to sack Bangor and Hampden. The British confiscated provisions from the city and took a ship. The city suffered greatly during the war of 1812, the British blockade destroyed the coasting trade on which it depended.

In the 19th century an important granite quarry was opened in Frankfurt, and the shipbuilding industry also flourished. A village of winterport in the end broke away, but the form of his own city.

                                     
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