3 edition of History of the town of Bethel, Maine found in the catalog.
History of the town of Bethel, Maine
William Berry Lapham
by New England History Press in collaboration with the Bethel Historical Society in Somersworth, N.H
Written in English
|Statement||William B. Lapham ; a facsimile of the 1891 edition with a new historical essay by Stanley Russell Howe.|
|LC Classifications||F29.B7 L36 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxi, 738 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||738|
|LC Control Number||81082795|
Town of Bethel, Sullivan County, New York Check individual Department listings for location, contact information including fax, email, mailing addresses, extension numbers and hours of operation. The Town of Bethel is located 90 miles from New York City, Albany and Binghamton in Sullivan County New York. Bethel is a town in Oxford County, Maine, United population was 2, at the includes the villages of West Bethel and South Bethel. The town is home to Gould Academy, a private preparatory school, and is near the Sunday River ski y: United States.
Welcome to Bethel Historical Society View all Bethel Historical Society's items on Maine Memory Network An independent, non-profit organization founded in , the Bethel Historical Society sponsors exhibits, lectures, events, and publications that make the region's history meaningful, accessible, and enjoyable. Founded in , the Museums of the Bethel Historical Society collect, preserve, display and share the history of Western Maine and the White Mountain region of Maine and New Hampshire through.
History of Bethel, Formerly Sudbury, Canada, Oxford County, Maine, William Berry Lapham No preview available - The Town of Bethel, Maine: Main Street, Bethel, in the late s. Bethel is a town in northern Maine. It is part of the Oxford County. In , there were 2, people living in Country: United States.
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The following is taken from Bethel: A Historic Town, an online exhibit from the Bethel Historical sure to visit the Museums of the Bethel Historical Society at 10 & 14 Broad Street on your trip to Bethel, Maine. He is a book review editor for the Maine Historical Society's journal, Maine History, and a member of the publication's editorial board.
He attended high school in Bethel at Gould Academy and later received an MA in American History at the University of Connecticut and a Ph.D. in Canadian History from the University of : TheHistoryPress. History of the town of Bethel, Maine. Somersworth, N.H.: New England History Press in collaboration with the Bethel Historical Society, (OCoLC) Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: William Berry Lapham.
Bethel (Me.) -- History, Bethel (Me.) -- Genealogy, Hanover (Me.) -- History Publisher Augusta, Me., Press of the Maine farmer Collection newyorkpubliclibrary; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor New York Public Library Language EnglishPages: Somersworth.
N.H.: New England History Press in collaboration with the Bethel Historical Society, History of the town of Bethel, Maine Unknown Binding – January 1, by William Berry Lapham (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ — $ Author: William Berry Lapham. He is a book review editor for the Maine Historical Society's journal, Maine History, and a member of the publication's editorial board. He attended high school in Bethel at Gould Academy and later received an MA in American History at the University of Connecticut and a Ph.D.
in Canadian History from the University of Maine/5(4). Bethel is a town where the common is uncommon; where Brooks Bros.
sells pliers and wrenches, Victoria's Secret is a chocolate raspberry dessert and the Timberland Outlet is an exit for logging trucks.
Astride the Androscoggin River, nestled at the base of Paradise Hill, Bethel is truly "just this side of Paradise.". Museums of the Bethel Historical Society, Bethel, ME. 1, likes talking about this. The Bethel Historical Society is a non-profit organization Followers: K.
Bethel in the War of the Rebellion by William B. Lapham The following lightly edited text is taken from the History of Bethel, Formerly Sudbury Canada, Oxford County, Mainecompiled by William B. Lapham and published in by the. Assessing services are provided by William Van Tuinen Tax Assessment Services on a contractual basis.
You may be eligible for the following tax exemptions. Any person who has owned and occupied their home in Maine for more than 12 months can apply for this Exemption. Applications must be received prior to April 1 of any given year to qualify. The Bethel Area Visitors' Guide is a page, full-color book with a pull-out map of the area in the center.
It features a business directory and several get-to-know Bethel articles, including: It features a business directory and several get-to-know Bethel articles, including. Genre/Form: Biographies History Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: True, Nathaniel Tuckerman, History of Bethel, Maine.
Maine Town Documents. Document Type. Book. Title. History of Bethel, formerly Sudbury, Canada, Oxford County, Maine with a Brief Sketch of Hanover and Family Statistics.
Authors. William B. by: 1. History of the town of Bethel, Maine / William B. Lapham ; a facsimile of the edition with a new historical essay by Stanley Russell Howe. Author. Bethel (Ugaritic: bt il, meaning "House of El" or "House of God", Hebrew: בֵּית אֵל ḇêṯ’êl, also transliterated Beth El, Beth-El, Beit El; Greek: Βαιθηλ; Latin: Bethel) is a toponym often used in the Hebrew is first mentioned in Genesis as being near where Abram pitched his tent.
Later in Genesis, it is the location where Jacob dreamt of seeing angels and. Chapter One. Febru Newspaper articles, Town Reports, biographical sketches, the year’s key events and places in the news.
Highlights: Work began on Maine’s most ambitious musical program ever—the Maine Musical Festival. Bethel singers formed a Bethel Chorus which was part of the grand festival. All in all, William Rogers Chapman won Bethel’s “Man of the.
Experience the history of the town at the Museums of the Bethel Historical Society and in particular the Dr. Moses Mason House, built infamous for the large murals in the front hallway depicting lush landscapes.
Bethel is located in-between Sunday River and Mt. Abram Ski Area, both offering unique. Bethel, Maine: A quick history through today: The town of Bethel, originally an Abenaki Indian village, became an English settlement in The township had been granted as Sudbury-Canada by the Massachusetts General Court in to the original grantees from Sudbury, Massachusetts, for services at the Battle of Quebec in Bethel Area Lodging l Sunday River Lodging l Lakes and Mountains Region l Maine Ski Areas l Snowmobiling.
Bethel, Maine. The small town of Bethel, Maine, just hours north of Portland and 5 miles from Maine's most popular ski area, Sunday River, is a year round resort community nestled in Maine's Western Lakes and Mountains is a town where things.
History of Bethel, Formerly Sudbury, Canada, Oxford County, Maine, ; with a brief sketch of Hanover and family statistics. Augusta, Me. Press of the Maine Farmer. c Made in Bethel: A History of Mills and Manufacturing in Bethel, Maine, What's up in Bethel Maine, Bethel, Maine.
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AGE-FRIENDLY COMMUNITY INITIATIVE HISTORY. Early spring, Inspired by Atul Gawande’s book, “Being Mortal,” a small group of volunteers begins conversations about implementing positive changes to benefit the elderly in our community.