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Monday, November 26, 2007

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From local newspaper the Aroostook Pioneer

Visitors: Quite a number of strangers have visited this place within a few weeks past, some of them merely to satisfy a curiosity that has been awakened in their minds in regard to Aroostook, and others to look out good locations, intending another season to come as permanent settlers.

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From the Aroostook Pioneer
September 11, 1860

Immigration lately seems to have taken quite a start. A large number of people have lately come here with their families, for the purpose of settling permanently. Immigrants do not usually come in large numbers in the fall of the year, but this season everything seems to indicate that quite a number of settlers will be in here from other parts of the State. There is yet plenty of country to fill up, and no doubt in a few years it will be filled up with an honest, hard working people, those kind of people who can found societies on a proper basis, and work not only for the benefit of themselves but of their children. Probably another year the rush to Aroostook will be greater than on any previous year, judging from all we can learn. It will take but a very short time to more than double our present population at the rate which settlers are coming in.

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