Augusta, Maine, 1861, artist's impression

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South-eastern view of Augusta - The engraving shows the appearance of the principal business part of Augusta, as seen from the east bank of the Kennebec River. On the left is seen the railroad train for Portland; the Kennebec Bridge is shown on the right; the court house, the First Baptist and Episcopal Churches appear on the elevated ground above the railroad cars; the First Congregationalist, Free-Will Baptist and the Catholic Churches in the central part, above the business portion of the city.
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John Warner Barber & Henry Howe,Our Whole Country or the Past and Present of the United States....Volume I (New York: Tuttle & McCauley, 1861), 138.
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