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''[[United States|United States]] [[Image:Gotoarrow.png]] [[Maine]] [[Image:Gotoarrow.png]] [[Penobscot County, Maine|Penobscot]] [[Image:Gotoarrow.png]]'' '''Bangor'''
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This is a <noinclude> Genealogy </noinclude> page for Penobscot County Seat in the State of Maine.  
  
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''[[United States|United States]] [[Image:Gotoarrow.png]] [[Maine Genealogy|Maine]] [[Image:Gotoarrow.png]] [[Penobscot County, Maine Genealogy|Penobscot]] [[Image:Gotoarrow.png]]'' '''Bangor'''
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===City Clerk ===
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'''Bangor City Clerk'''73 Harlow St.<br>Bangor, ME 04401<br>Phone (207)992-4220<br>Email:[mailto:lisa.goodwin@bangormaine.gov lisa.goodwin@bangormaine.gov]<br>[http://www.bangormaine.gov/newsite Bangor Website]
 
=== Brief History  ===
 
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=== Historical Data  ===
 
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=== Town Histories ===
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Bangor is the third largest city in Maine and the county seat of Penobscot County. The first survey of the Bangor area was done between 1797 and 1801 by Park Holland. He included all of the lots of the first settlers. Each who settled before 1784 was to receive a lot of 100 acres for the price of $8.70 and each who settled after that date could purchase a lot of 100 acres for $100. The population in 1800 was 277 and over the next thirty years it would grow to about 8,000.  
 
Bangor is the third largest city in Maine and the county seat of Penobscot County. The first survey of the Bangor area was done between 1797 and 1801 by Park Holland. He included all of the lots of the first settlers. Each who settled before 1784 was to receive a lot of 100 acres for the price of $8.70 and each who settled after that date could purchase a lot of 100 acres for $100. The population in 1800 was 277 and over the next thirty years it would grow to about 8,000.  
  
April 30, 1911 is a day that forever changed Bangor. That is the day of the great fire. It began in a hay barn and because of high winds spread rapidly across the Kenduskeag and in the nine hours it raged, it destroyed over 100 buildings and 285 residences.
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April 30, 1911 is a day that forever changed Bangor. That is the day of the great fire. It began in a hay barn and because of high winds spread rapidly across the Kenduskeag and in the nine hours it raged, it destroyed over 100 buildings and 285 residences.  
  
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Latest revision as of 05:26, 17 December 2015

This is a Genealogy page for Penobscot County Seat in the State of Maine.

United States Gotoarrow.png Maine Gotoarrow.png Penobscot Gotoarrow.png Bangor

City Clerk

Bangor City Clerk73 Harlow St.
Bangor, ME 04401
Phone (207)992-4220
Email:lisa.goodwin@bangormaine.gov
Bangor Website

Brief History

Historical Data

Town Histories

Bangor is the third largest city in Maine and the county seat of Penobscot County. The first survey of the Bangor area was done between 1797 and 1801 by Park Holland. He included all of the lots of the first settlers. Each who settled before 1784 was to receive a lot of 100 acres for the price of $8.70 and each who settled after that date could purchase a lot of 100 acres for $100. The population in 1800 was 277 and over the next thirty years it would grow to about 8,000.

April 30, 1911 is a day that forever changed Bangor. That is the day of the great fire. It began in a hay barn and because of high winds spread rapidly across the Kenduskeag and in the nine hours it raged, it destroyed over 100 buildings and 285 residences.


References

Adjacent towns: Penobscot Co.: Argyle | Bradford | Hudson | Lagrange | Old Town