Panorama of Saccarappa and Cumberland Mills Looking North Cumberland Co Maine, 1879.
Beck & Pauli
J. J. Stoner
33 x 70.5 cm
Maine Historical Society
Population of City/Town at Time of Publication
Historic Newspaper References
Saccarappa is the only considerable village [in Westbrook]. It was long celebrated for its lumber business, begun in 1829 by Benj. Ingersol and others….At Cumberland Mills is the extensive paper factory of S. D. Warren and Co. The larger factories in Saccarappa are the Westbrook Manufacturing Company, producing cotton duck and shirtings; the Westbrook Foundry Company; the Haskell Silk Company, producing sewing-machine twist, train and fringe silks, and the Presumpscot Mills Dye House. Other manufactures are colored, dressed and plain cotton warps, grain bags, machinery and water wheels, carriages and harnesses, boots, shoes and moccasins, tinware, leather-board, bricks, wooden boxes, box shook and dimension stuff, meal, and flour.
A Gazetteer of the State of Maine, George J. Varney, 1881, 1886
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