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The donation of the 1860 Aroostook County, Maine, Census images for permanent, free display in the USGenWeb Archives was made possible through the generosity of Mildred Sandridge (gsandr9002@aol.com) and the permission of S-K Publications. These census images are copyrighted by S-K Publications and are not to be republished or redistributed without their permission. The images are also available on CD (in a higher-quality format that was reduced when they were converted to .GIF files for the Web) from S-K Publications, PO Box 8173, Wichita KS 67208-0173.

The 1860 Aroostook County, Maine, Census contains 582 pages (census
images), numbered 001 through 584.
Pages 094 and 188 were not copied from the microfilm, as they are blank

The name of each image file is the page number. (In the case of 1880, 1900, 1910,
and 1920 census, the file name includes both the Enumeration District and the
page number.)


(Courtesy of S-K Publications) see - above

Page numbers for specific Aroostook County, Maine subdivisions for the 1860 Census:

  1. Township 3, Range 2:(Forkstown) 001-002
    Transcribed pages 1-17 (Courtesy of M. Dutil-Morin and proofread by Connie Burkett for the USGenWeb Census Project) Index page 1-34

  2. Township A Range 2, (GRAFTON) 002
    Transcribed pages 1-17 (Courtesy of M. Dutil-Morin and proofread by Connie Burkett for the USGenWeb Census Project) Index page 1-34

  3. Town of Amity 002--009

    Transcribed pages 1-17 (Courtesy of M. Dutil-Morin and proofread by Connie Burkett for the USGenWeb Census Project) Index page 1-34

  4. Township 11, Range 1: (Cary Plantation) 010-014

    Transcribed pages 1-17 (Courtesy of M. Dutil-Morin and proofread by Connie Burkett for the USGenWeb Census Project) Index page 1-34

  5. Town of Hodgdon: 014-038

  6. Town of Linneus 038 -058

  7. Town of New Limerick 058 -064

  8. Township 5 Range 3: (Oakfield) 065-067

  9. Township 5 Range 4: (Dyer Brook) 068

  10. Township 4, Range 4: (Island Falls) 069-072

  11. Township 4 Range 5 (Crystal) 072 -078

  12. Township 5, Range 5 (Hersey) 078 -079

  13. Township 3 Range 5 (Golden Ridge, now Sherman) 080-093

  14. Smyrna 095 -099

  15. Merrill Plantation: 099 -102

  16. Rockabema/Moro (T6 R5) 102: -105

  17. Township 7, Range 5: (Wild land township, bounds, 8R5, Webbertown, Moro, 7R6) 105

  18. Township 8, Range 5: 106 -107

  19. Township 9 Range 5: 107 -108

  20. Masardis: 109- 113

  21. Township 9, Range 6: (Oxbow) 114-117

  22. Monticello 118-130

  23. Bridgewater 130-142

  24. Township B, Range 1: (Alva)

  25. Mars Hill: 153-158

  26. Township C, Range 1: 159-166

  27. Presque Isle: 167 -185

  28. Deerfield: 185-186

  29. Westfield: 186 186

  30. Township 11, Range 3 (Chapman) 186-187

  31. Houlton 189-239

  32. Littleton: 240-253

  33. Belfast Plantation: 254-261

  34. Plantation B 262:

  35. Eaton Plantation: 263 -270

  36. Sarsfield Plantation: 271-282

  37. Fort Fairfield: 283-306

  38. Lyndon 306-313

  39. Part of Township H Range 2: 313-315

  40. Township R, Range 2: 315-316

  41. Forestville: 316-320

  42. Township 14, Range 3: 321

  43. Maysville: 321-338

  44. Township 12, Range 3: (Mapleton) 338-344

  45. Salmon Brook Plantation: 345-352

  46. Township 12, Range 4: 353-358

  47. Township 13, Range 4: 358-360

  48. Limestone Plantation: 360-364

  49. Township F, Range 1: 364-366

  50. Township L: 367-372

  51. Township G, Range 1: 373-385

  52. Van Buren Plantation: 386-401

  53. Grant Isle Plantation: 402-415

  54. Madawaska Plantation: 416-430

  55. Town of Ashland: 431-446

  56. Township 12, Range 6: 446-447

  57. Township 13, Range 6: 447-451

  58. Township 11, Range 6: 452-453

  59. Township 12, Range 5: 453-455

  60. Township 14, Range 6: 455

  61. Township 15, Range 6: 455

  62. Township 15, Range 7: 455-456

  63. Township 16, Range 7: 456-459

  64. Township 17, Range 7: 459-465

  65. Township 18, Range 7: 465-482

  66. Township 17, Range 8: 483-485

  67. Township 17, Range 9: 485-491

  68. Township 16, Range 10: 491-492

  69. Township 17, Range 10: 492-495

  70. Township 18, Range 6: 495-503

  71. Township 18, Range 5: 503-528

  72. Township 17, Range 6: 529-533

  73. Township 17, Range 11: 533-534

  74. Bancroft Plantation: 535-542

  75. Barker Plantation: 543-544

  76. Weston: 544-554

  77. Orient: 554-560

  78. Greenwood Plantation: 560-561

  79. Haynesville: 561-565

  80. Reed Plantation: 565-567

  81. Macwahoc Plantation: 568-573

  82. Moluncus Plantation: 573-574

  83. Township 1, Range 5: 575

  84. Benedicta Plantation: 576-583

  85. Township 2, Range 3: 584

The 1860 Aroostook County, Maine, Census images:

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