Scan of “Historical Sketch of the Town of Sedgwick by Rev. Arthur Warren Smith, June 11-18, 1905. Centennial of the First Baptist Church Sedgwick, Maine”, includes Essay: “Rev. Daniel Merrill, A.M. An Appreciation by Samuel P. Merrill, D.D.”
The section of the “Sedgwick History by Bicentennial Committee 1963” booklet created by the Sedgwick Bicentennial Committee which includes an extensive history of the town.
Describes origin of the Sargentville name and its relationship to the town of Sedgwick. Includes a description of the past and present boundaries of the village.
Record of the proceedings of the 1786-1825 meetings of the Proprietors of Township 4 who came there from Mass. as part of the David Marsh Land Grant. Transcription by Barbara M. Grindle.
Record of the 1847 discussion and plans related to construction of the Wharf at Carter Point.
Transcripts of communication between Daniel Morgan Jr. and others as he worked to obtain a military pension for his sister, Mary Means.
Narrative about the care of the poor in Sedgwick beginning with laws passed in the 1800s. Role of the Town Selectmen over time.
Financial Report of the Town of Sedgwick for the year ending Feb. 9, 1895, also the Report of the Supervisor of schools.
Letter written to Abel Sawyer while Wyer was the Hancock County representative to Maine State Legislature
History of the Library Association from 1874-1908. Appears to have been written circa 1908. Author unknown.
Transcript by Vesta E. Wood Chatto of early records of planning by the Sargentville Library Association.
Transcription of 1875 Constitution of the Sargentville Sewing Circle and Library Association
List of the founding members of the Sargentville Library Association
Letter regarding financial support for building the library from Lida Harkness and records of materials used in building.
Copy of Sargentville Library Association Corporation document
Photos of the Sargentville Library from 1905 to circa 1920
Deed, book 415/page 127, of property given by Hiram Harding to the Sargentville Library Association in 1904, field notes of John Eaton, and Deed 424/553 of property given by Ellen S. Merriman to the Library Association in 1965.
A corral that was used to contain farm animals that had wandered away from their owners. It is still standing and is in the vicinity of the Sedgwick-Brooklin Historical Society.
Transcript of Sedgwick Town Records 1786-1825 done by Wesley A Bracy
A document written by Wesley A Bracy describing the history of the town of Sedgwick
A story about the origin of the name of Sedgwick, Maine and information about the Sedgwick family
Scan of an 1877 publication describing the public health rules related to infectious diseases