Historic Map - Presque Isle, Maine - 1894

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View of Presque Isle, Aroostook County, Maine.  Published by George E. Norris, 1894.

The Webster-Ashburton Treaty of 1842 resolved a land dispute between Canada and the United States over the region now known as Presque Isle.  The land had been settled in 1828 by Dennis Fairbanks and was known as Fairbanks at that time.  The Aroostook War erupted in 1838 over the disputed territory.  In 1859, the township was formed as Presque Isle, after the French term for peninsula (presqu'ile).

Presque Isle developed a lumber industry and later became a producer of agriculture, famous for its production of potatoes.


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