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Alexander (Me.)

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Report on the Petition of Matthias Vickery and Others for a Militia Company in Alexander, 1832-06-26

 File — Box 42: Series US-MeSA-7-7000 [Barcode: 310922], Folder: 037
Identifier: US-MeSA-7-7000-1986-1000-042-037
Scope and Contents From the Schedule/Series: Papers of the Executive Council, a constitutionally created body whose sole purpose was to advise the Governor. All matters of State Government went before the Council until it was abolished in 1976. The records include reports, pardons, and orders.
Dates: 1832-06-26

Report on the Petition of William Bonney and Others to be Annexed to Captain R.K. Lane's Company, 1829-02-28

 File — Box 26: Series US-MeSA-7-7000 [Barcode: 310498], Folder: 038
Identifier: US-MeSA-7-7000-1986-1000-026-038
Scope and Contents From the Schedule/Series: Papers of the Executive Council, a constitutionally created body whose sole purpose was to advise the Governor. All matters of State Government went before the Council until it was abolished in 1976. The records include reports, pardons, and orders.
Dates: 1829-02-28

Warrant in Favor of The Town of Alexander for Expenses of the Militia, 1826-04-04

 File — Box 60: Series US-MeSA-7-7000 [Barcode: 322741], Folder: 026
Identifier: US-MeSA-7-7000-1986-1000-060-026
Scope and Contents From the Schedule/Series: Papers of the Executive Council, a constitutionally created body whose sole purpose was to advise the Governor. All matters of State Government went before the Council until it was abolished in 1976. The records include reports, pardons, and orders.
Dates: 1826-04-04