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  • Narraganset Number 1 Plantation (York Co.)
  • Nashville Plantation (Aroostook Co.)
  • New Boston Plantation (Cumberland Co.)
  • New Canada Plantation (Aroostook Co.)
  • New Glocester Plantation (Cumberland Co.) became the Town of New Gloucester in 1774.[1]
  • New Limerick Plantation (Aroostook Co.)
  • New Marblehead Plantation (Cumberland Co.)
  • New Pennycook Plantation (Oxford Co.)
  • New Sandwich Plantation (Kennebec Co.)
  • New Suncook Plantation (Oxford Co.) became Lovell, Maine in 1800.[2]
  • New Sweden Plantation (Aroostook Co.)
  • New Waterford Plantation (Kennebec Co.)
  • New Worcester Plantation (Penobscot Co.), also known as Number 9 Plantation, or China Plantation, created from Township 9 EPR became Orrington, Maine in 1788.[3] [4]
  • Nickatou Plantation (Penobscot Co.)
  • Norridgewock Plantation (Somerset Co.)
  • Number 1 Plantation (Franklin Co.), also known as Abbotstown Plantation, became Temple, Maine in 1803.[2]
  • Number 1 Plantation (Oxford Co.), also known as Thomsontown,
  • Number 1 Plantation (Washington Co.)
  • Number 1 East of Union River Plantation (Hancock Co.) was organized prior to 1889 when it was used to form the Town of Trenton, Maine.[5]
  • Number 1 N.D. Plantation (Penobscot Co.)
  • Number 1 R1 Plantation (Franklin Co.)
  • Number 1 R1 BKP EKR Plantation (Somerset Co.)
  • Number 1 R1 BKP WKR Plantation (Somerset Co.)
  • Number 1 R1 Plantation (Washington Co.)
  • Number 1 R2 EKR Plantation (Somerset Co.)
  • Number 1 R2 WKR Plantation (Somerset Co.)
  • Number 1 R3 BKP EKR Plantation (Somerset Co.), also known as Caratunk Plantation, was organized as a plantation in 1840, 1893, and 1903; became the town of Caratunk, Maine in 1977.[6] [7]
  • Number 1 R3 BKP WKR Plantation (Somerset Co.) was created from the unorganized township in 1840. Later, as Carrying Place Plantation it was last organized there in 1895. Since then it has become an unorganized territory (township).[8]
  • Number 1 R3 NWP Plantation (Penobscot Co.)
  • Number 1 R4 BKP EKR Plantation (Somerset Co.), also known as The Forks Plantation, Maine.[9]
  • Number 1 R4 NWP Plantation (Penobscot Co.)
  • Number 1 R4 WBKP Plantation (Franklin Co.), also known as Hanover Plantation, was organized 1841; became part of Jackson Plantation in 1845; then seceded from there as Eustis Plantation in 1857; became town of Eustis, Maine in 1871.[10] [11]
  • Number 1 R7 NWP Plantation (Penobscot Co.)
  • Number 2 and 3 R1 and 2 and 3 R2 Plantations (Franklin Co.) was a multi-township entity renamed Dallas Plantation, Maine in 1845; changed again to Rangeley Plantation in 1852; and then by 1859 divided into four smaller pieces (Sandy River Plantation, Rangeley Plantation, Dallas Plantation, Rangeley (Town)).[12] [13]
  • Number 2 Plantation (Oxford Co.)
  • Number 2 Plantation (Penobscot Co.) also known as Grand Falls Plantation
  • Number 2 East of Penobscot River, Livermore Survey Plantation (Hancock Co.) organized from T2 EPR LS 1798; became Orland, Maine 1800.[14]
  • Number 2 East of Union River, Livermore Survey Plantation (Hancock Co.), aka Waukeag, aka New Bristol, was a plantation formed from T2 EUR LS prior to 1789 when it was incorporated as Sullivan, Maine.[14] [15] [16]
  • Number 2 in Abbot's Purchase R1 Plantation (Franklin Co.)
  • Number 2 Putnam Survey Plantation (Washington Co.), aka Pennamaquan, aka Dennysville Plantation (T2 PS), existed before incorporating as the town of Dennysville in 1818. Land set off to form Pembroke in 1832.[17]
  • Number 2 R1 NWP Plantation (Penobscot Co.)
  • Number 2 R1 WKR Plantation (Franklin Co.)
  • Number 2 R2 Plantation (Franklin Co.) is an alternative name for what is now the Dallas Plantation, Maine.[12] [13]
  • Number 2 R2 Plantation (Penobscot Co.)
  • Number 2 R2 BKP WKR Plantation (Somerset Co.)
  • Number 2 R3 Plantation (Aroostook Co.)
  • Number 2 R3 Plantation (Penobscot Co.)
  • Number 2 R5 BKP EKR Plantation (Piscataquis Co.)
  • Number 2 R7 Plantation (Piscataquis Co.)
  • Number 3 Plantation (Hancock Co.), (Number 3 East of Penobscot River Livermore Survey Plantation (T3 EPR LS)), aka No. 3 West of Union River Plantation, aka Majorbigwaduce Plantation (aka Magorbigwaduce, Magabagwaduce, or Maja Bagadoose) became Penobscot, Maine 1787.[18]
  • Number 3 Plantation (Oxford Co.)
  • Number 3 ED Plantation (Washington Co.)
  • Number 3 EPR Plantation (Penobscot Co.), also known as Sunkhaze Plantation,
  • Number 3 R1 Plantation (Franklin Co.) see  Number 2 and 3 R1 and 2 and 3 R2 Plantations, aka Rangeley Plantation.
  • Number 3 R1 Plantation (Washington Co.)
  • Number 3 R1 BKP EKR Plantation (Piscataquis Co.) [19]
  • Number 3 R1 BKP WKR Plantation (Franklin Co.)
  • Number 3 R2 Plantation (Washington Co.)
  • Number 3 R2 Plantation north of Kingfield (Franklin Co.), also known as Carrabasset Plantation, and as Jerusalem Plantation organized in 1855, 1858, 1869, 1873, and 1881; became town of Carrabassett Valley, Maine in 1971.[20] [21]
  • Number 3 R2 WBKP Plantation (Franklin Co.) is an earlier alternate name for what is now the Town of Rangeley, Maine.[22] [23] [24]
  • Number 3 R3 Plantation (Penobscot Co.)
  • Number 3 R3 Plantation (Somerset Co.)
  • Number 3 R5 Plantation (Piscataquis Co.)
  • Number 3 R6 NWP Plantation (Piscataquis Co.)
  • Number 3 R7 Plantation (Piscataquis Co.)
  • Number 3 WKR Plantation (Franklin Co.), also known as Reedstown Plantation,
  • Number 4 Plantation (Franklin Co.)
  • Number 4 Plantation (Oxford Co.) became Paris, Maine 1793.[25]
  • Number 4 Plantation (Oxford Co.) became Greenwood, Maine in 1816.[25]
  • Number 4 Plantation (Washington Co.) became Steuben, Maine in 1795.[25]
  • Number 4 Plantation (Washington Co.) became Robbinston, Maine in 1811.[25]
  • Number 4 EPR Plantation (Penobscot Co.)
  • Number 4 R1 Plantation (Franklin Co.)
  • Number 4 R1 NBPP Plantation (Pencobscot Co.)
  • Number 4 R6 Plantation (Somerset Co.)
  • Number 4 R7 Plantation (Piscataquis Co.)
  • Number 5 Plantation (Franklin Co.)
  • Number 5 Plantation (Hancock Co.), also known as Blue Hill Bay Plantation, became Blue Hill, Maine in 1789.[26]
  • Number 5 Plantation (Washington Co.) became Calais, Maine in 1809.[26]
  • Number 5 R1 Plantation (Oxford Co.)
  • Number 5 R2 NWP Plantation (Penobscot and Somerset counties)
  • Number 5 R6 NWP Plantation (Piscataquis Co.)
  • Number 5 R8 Plantation (Piscataquis Co.)
  • Number 5 WELS Plantation (Aroostook Co.)
  • Number 5 west of Machias Plantation (Washington Co.)
  • Number 6 Plantation (Franklin Co.) became Berlin 1824; incorporation repealed 1842, now Township 6 North of Weld.[26]
  • Number 6 ED Plantation (Washington Co.)
  • Number 6 R2 NBPP Plantation (Pencobscot Co.)
  • Number 6 R7 Plantation (Piscataquis Co.)
  • Number 6 R9 Plantation (Piscataquis Co.)
  • Number 6 west of Machias Plantation (Washington Co.)
  • Number 7 Plantation (Hancock Co.) became Ellsworth, Maine in 1800.[27]
  • Number 7 ED Plantation (Washington Co.)
  • Number 7 R2 NBPP Plantation (Washington Co.)
  • Number 7 R3 NBPP Plantation (Penobscot Co.)
  • Number 7 R7 Plantation (Piscataquis Co.)
  • Number 7 R8 Plantation (Piscataquis Co.)
  • Number 7 SD Plantation (Hancock Co.)
  • Number 8 and 9 Plantation (Hancock Co.)
  • Number 8 Plantation (Washington Co.) became Eastport, Maine in 1798.[28]
  • Number 8 R8 NWP Plantation (Piscataquis Co.)
  • Number 8 SD Plantation (Hancock Co.)
  • Number 9 Plantation (Hancock Co.)
  • Number 9 Plantation (Penobscot Co.), also known as New Worcester Plantation, or China Plantation, created from Township 9 EPR became Orrington, Maine in 1788.[3] [4]
  • Number 9 Plantation (Washington Co.)
  • Number 9 R3 NBPP Plantation (Washington Co.), aka Lambert Lake Plantation, aka Number 11 Plantation, aka Vanceborough Plantation, incorporated as the Town of Vanceboro, Maine in 1874.[28] [29]
  • Number 9 R4 Plantation (Washington Co.)
  • Number 9 R6 Plantation (Aroostook Co.), aka Umcolcus Plantation, organized in 1848; renamed Oxbow (Plantation) in 1870.[30]
  • Number 10 Plantation (Hancock Co.)
  • Number 10 ED Plantation (Washington Co.)
  • Number 11 Plantation (Washington Co.) existed by 1814; part of the town of Cherryfield, Maine.[28]
  • Number 11 Plantation (Washington Co.) existed by 1812; became Cutler, Maine in 1826.[28]
  • Number 11 Plantation (Washington Co.), aka T1 R1, T1 R2, Lambert Lake Plantation, and Number 9 R3 NBPP, organized as Vanceborough Plantation from T1 R4 TS in 1871; incorporated as the Town of Vanceboro, Maine in 1874.[28] [29]
  • Number 11 R1 WELS Plantation (Aroostook Co.) organized 1849; name changed to Cary (Plantation) in 1883.[31] [32]
  • Number 11 R5 Plantation (Aroostook Co.)
  • Number 12 and 13 west of Machias Plantation (Washington Co.) became Columbia, Maine in 1796.[33]
  • Number 12 ED Plantation (Washington Co.), also known as Orangetown Plantation, existed by 1812; incorporated as Whiting Maine in 1825.[33]
  • Number 13 ED Plantation (Washington Co.)
  • Number 14 and 18 Plantation (Washington Co.)
  • Number 14 ED Plantation (Washington Co.)
  • Number 14 MD BPP Plantation (Hancock Co.), also known as Mariaville South Plantation, became Waltham, Maine in 1833.[34]
  • Number 15 Plantation (Washington Co.)
  • Number 16 ED Plantation (Washington Co.)
  • Number 17 Plantation (Washington Co.)
  • Number 18 ED Plantation (Washington Co.)
  • Number 19 ED Plantation (Washington Co.)
  • Number 20 Plantation (Hancock Co.), also known as Mariaville Plantation,
  • Number 21 ED Plantation (Washington Co.)
  • Number 21 MD Plantation (Hancock Co.)
  • Number 23 Plantation (Washington Co.) [35]
  • Number 25 Plantation (Washington Co.)
  • Number 26 MD BPP Plantation (Hancock Co.), also known as Mariaville North Plantation, was first organized from Township Number 26 Middle Division, Bingham's Penobscot Purchase (T26 MD BPP) in 1822; incorporated as the Town of Amherst, Maine in 1831.[36]
  • Number 27 Plantation (Hancock Co.), also known as Richards Plantation,
  • Number 28 Plantation (Hancock Co.)
  • Number 31 MD Plantation (Washington Co.)
  • Number 33 MD BPP Plantation (Hancock Co.) name changed to Great Pond Plantation in 1969; became Town of Great Pond, Maine in 1981.[37]

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