||A history of Otisfield, Cumberland County, Maine from the original grant to the close of the year 1944
||Spurr, William Samuel
|Spurr, William Samuel. A history of Otisfield, Cumberland County, Maine from the original grant to the close of the year 1944. ([Oxford, Me.]: W.S. Spurr, [1953?]).|
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- Chapter I. Plan of original township in New Hampshire. Annexation of Phillips Gore. Other annexations and cessions. First fourteen families
- Chapter II. Proprietors records. Division of lots. Naming of town. George Peirces account
- Chapter III. Treasurer's records. Records of the ministerial and school funds of Otisfield
- Chapter IV. Schools
- Chapter V. Church
- Chapter VI. Stores, mills and tanneries
- Chapter VII. Phillips Gore
- Chapter VIII. The McIntosh homicide
- Chapter IX. Extracts from the diaries of Mary P. Knight, Samuel Knight and Dr. Horace Barrows. Suicides and accidental deaths in Otisfield
- Chapter X. Census of 1790. Otisfield valuation schedule for 1795. Names added on tax roll for 1796-1797-1799-1800-1801-1802-1803-1806-1807
- Chapter XI. Otisfield in the war of the rebellion. Soldiers of 1812. Revolutionary soldiers
- Chapter XII. Plantation and town meetings from 1787 to 1944
- Chapter XIII. Anecdotes
- Chapter XIV. Miscellaneous
- Chapter XV. Genealogical section