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Historical Markers in Castine, Maine

 
Clickable Map of Hancock County, Maine and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Hancock County, ME (106) Knox County, ME (42) Penobscot County, ME (41) Waldo County, ME (73) Washington County, ME (66)  HancockCounty(106) Hancock County (106)  KnoxCounty(42) Knox County (42)  PenobscotCounty(41) Penobscot County (41)  WaldoCounty(73) Waldo County (73)  WashingtonCounty(66) Washington County (66)
Ellsworth is the county seat for Hancock County
Castine is in Hancock County
      Hancock County (106)  
ADJACENT TO HANCOCK COUNTY
      Knox County (42)  
      Penobscot County (41)  
      Waldo County (73)  
      Washington County (66)  
 
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1Maine (Hancock County), Castine — Burial Place of British officers,
soldiers & seamen killed during the siege, July 25 - August 14, 1779.Map (db m77151) HM
2Maine (Hancock County), Castine — Fort George
This Fortress, originally known by its garrison as FORT PENOBSCOT and named by Admiral Sir George Collier in his reports FORT CASTINE received its present designation from its builder, British general Francis McLean upon its completion in December . . . Map (db m77148) HM
3Maine (Hancock County), Castine — Fort George & the Penobscot Expedition
This fort, originally known by its garrison as “Fort Penobscot” and named by Admiral Sir George Collier in his reports “Fort Castine” received its present designation from its builder, British general Francis McLean upon its . . . Map (db m77147) HM
4Maine (Hancock County), Castine — Line of Argyle Street
Built in 1780 by Colonel Campbell, named in honor of his regiment, H.B.M. 74th - “The Argyle Highlanders,” following a southerly direction to the shore. Upon the explosion of the Tory refugees - September-October, 1784, a . . . Map (db m77152) HM
 
 
  
 
 
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Nov. 30, 2022