“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”

Androscoggin County Maine Historical Markers

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By Peter Linehan, June 5, 2006
View of the Park
Maine (Androscoggin County), Auburn — Bonney Park
In Memory of Rodney “Rocky” Bonney. Auburn police officer Rodney “Rocky” Bonney died in the line of duty attempting to rescue a youth from these frigid waters. April 06, 1981. “In Valor There is Hope” — Map (db m1048) HM
Maine (Androscoggin County), Auburn — Cities of the AndroscogginLewiston-Auburn
The Lewiston-Auburn Railroad Bridge was erected in 1909 and served as a vital link to the downtown. It also provided the connection for thousands of Canadian, Irish, Polish and other immigrants to the area. Recognizing the bridge’s historic . . . — Map (db m1050) HM
Maine (Androscoggin County), Greene — Androscoggin County Mail Route 1794
Portland to Augusta Highway was opened 1793. Post-riders carried mail on horseback 1794. Greene was first Post Office in Androscoggin, established 1796. Pejepscot Claim and Plymouth Company disputed this section. — Map (db m137000) HM
Maine (Androscoggin County), Lewiston — Lewiston Maine Civil War Memorial
Erected by the citizens of Auburn in memory of her noble sons who by land and sea gave their lives to preserve the UNION and secure FREEDOM to all its people 1882.

1 Side has 41 names inscribed. Additional side has 41 names inscribed — Map (db m104790) WM

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May. 26, 2020