Thomaston, Maine (disambiguation)

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Thomaston, Maine is a town on the coast of Maine the United States. The name may also refer to:

Thomaston, Maine Town in Maine, United States

Thomaston is a town in Knox County, Maine, United States. The population was 2,781 at the 2010 census. Noted for its antique architecture, Thomaston is an old port popular with tourists.

Thomaston (CDP), Maine CDP in Maine, United States

Thomaston is a census-designated place (CDP) in the town of Thomaston in Knox County, Maine, United States. The population was 2,714 at the 2000 census.

South Thomaston, Maine Town in Maine, United States

South Thomaston is a town in Knox County, Maine, United States. The population was 1,558 at the 2010 census. A fishing and resort area, the town includes the village of Spruce Head.

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Thomaston, Alabama Town in Alabama, United States

Thomaston is a town in Marengo County, Alabama, United States. At the 2010 census the population was 417, up from 383 in 2000. Thomaston is home to the Pepper Jelly Festival which takes place the last Saturday of April and celebrates Thomaston's famous Mama Nem's pepper jelly, as well as, folk artists and other vendors. As Thomaston's water tower reads, "Eat Pepper Jelly".

Thomaston, Connecticut Town in Connecticut, United States

Thomaston is a town in Litchfield County, Connecticut, United States. The population was 7,887 at the 2010 census. The urban center of the town is the Thomaston census-designated place, with a population of 1,910 at the 2010 census.

Penobscot Indian Island Reservation

Penobscot Indian Island Reservation is an Indian reservation for the Penobscot Tribe of Maine, a federally recognized tribe of the Penobscot in Penobscot County, Maine, United States, near Old Town. The population was 610 at the 2010 census. The reservation extends for many miles alongside 15 towns and two unorganized territories in a thin string along the Penobscot River, from its base at Indian Island, near Old Town and Milford, northward to the vicinity of East Millinocket, almost entirely in Penobscot County. A small, uninhabited part of the reservation is in South Aroostook, Aroostook County, by which it passes along its way northward.

John Ruggles American politician

John Ruggles was an American politician from the U.S. state of Maine. He served in several important state legislative and judicial positions before serving in the U.S. Senate.

Route 4 is a 28.3-kilometre (17.6 mi) long provincial highway located entirely in York County, New Brunswick, Canada. The highway begins on the Saint Croix – Vanceboro Bridge between the cities of Vanceboro, Maine and Saint Croix, and travels east to an interchange with Route 3 in Thomaston Corner.

Jonathan Cilley American politician

Jonathan Cilley was a member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Maine. He served part of one term in the 25th Congress, and died as the result of a wound sustained in a duel with another Congressman, William J. Graves of Kentucky.

Mid Coast

The Mid Coast is a region of Maine that includes the coastal counties of Lincoln, Knox, Waldo, Sagadahoc, and the northern coastal portion of Cumberland counties. Some of the towns are:

This article shows U.S. Census totals for Knox County, Maine, broken down by municipality, from 1900 to 2000.

Edward Robinson was a United States Representative from Maine. He was born in Cushing, Maine on November 25, 1796.

Dr. Daniel Rose was an American politician from the State of Maine. He was a member of the Democratic-Republican Party, and served as president of the Maine Senate. He briefly served as the fourth Governor from January 2 to January 5, 1822, filling an unexpired term between the administrations of Benjamin Ames and Albion K. Parris.

<i>Thomaston</i>-class dock landing ship

The Thomaston class was a class of eight dock landing ships built for the United States Navy in the 1950s.

Maine Department of Corrections

The Maine Department of Corrections is a state agency of Maine that is responsible for the direction and general administrative supervision, guidance and planning of both adult and juvenile correctional facilities and programs within the state. The agency has its headquarters in Augusta. As of January 2016, the Maine DOC had 2,223 inmates in its custody.

Maine State Route 73 highway in Maine

State Route 73 is part of Maine's system of numbered state highways, a coastal route located in southern Knox County. It runs for 10.7 miles (17.2 km) from an intersection with SR 131 in St. George to an intersection with U.S. Route 1 (US 1) in Rockland.

Northeast Coast Campaign (1745) conflict in King Georges War 1745

The Northeast Coast Campaign (1745) occurred during King George's War from 19 July until 5 September 1745. Three weeks after the British Siege of Louisbourg (1745), the Wabanaki Confederacy of Acadia retaliated by attacking New England settlements along the coast of present-day Maine below the Kennebec River, the former border of Acadia. They attacked English settlements on the coast of present-day Maine between Berwick and St. Georges, within two months there were 11 raids - every town on the frontier had been attacked. Casco was the principal settlement.

Northeast Coast Campaign (1746) conflict in King Georges War 1746

The Northeast Coast Campaign (1746) was conducted by the Wabanaki Confederacy of Acadia against the New England settlements along the coast of present-day Maine below the Kennebec River, the former border of Acadia. during King George's War from July until September 1746. They attacked English settlements on the coast of present-day Maine between Berwick and St. Georges, within two months there were 9 raids - every town on the frontier had been attacked. Casco was the principal settlement.

Thomaston Historic District

The Thomaston Historic District encompasses much of the historic town center of Thomaston, Maine. With a settlement history dating to the 17th century, the town is now a showcase of 19th-century architectural styles up to the 1870s. The district extends for about 2 miles (3.2 km) along United States Route 1, and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.