St. George is about four miles from the Knox Lincoln branch of the Maine Central Railroad at Thomast and about eight miles from Rockland, the county seat, and has stage connections daily to both points; There are. Four Lighthouses along the coast of St. George located as follows: Southern Island, at entrance to Tenant's Harbor; Marshall's Point, at entrance of Port Clyde; Franklin Light at western entrance of Ge0rges River; and White Head Light 011 western side of Seal Harbor. There are two Life Saving Stations, one at White Head and the other on Burnt Island.
The population of St. George at various periods has been as follows: In 1850 it was 2217; in 1860, 2716; in 1870, 2318; in 1880, 2875; in 1890, Valuation 1860 was: Estates, in 1870, in 1880, in 1890, Poles: 1860, 553; 1870, 527; 1880, 687; 1890, 698.
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Publisher - Forgotten Books
Language - English
Author(s) - Maine Home Journal
Published Date - August 26 2019
ISBN - 9780266913610
Dimesions - 22.9 x 15.2 x 1.3 cm
Page Count - 177
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