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Welcome to Warren, Maine

Spanning the Saint George River


The area was first explored in 1605 and first settled in 1635. In 1776 an upper part became Warren, from which Thomaston, Rockland, and others were later formed.


Warren spans the Saint George River and can be reached by Highway #90 and Highway #1. Some topographical features are Meadow Mountain, Quiggle and West Brooks, and the mid section of Oyster River


The Camden Area History Center has been renamed the Edward J. Walsh History Center, Heather Bilodeau, Director, and has been relocated to new quarters at the Camden Public Library. It is located on the 2nd Floor, 55 Main Street, Camden, ME 04842 and is open Tuesday-Saturday 12:00 to 4:00.

Contact 207-236-3440 or archives@librarycamden.org.

Go to http://www.librarycamden.org/walsh-history-center/, then click on search our collection" on the right hand side. This will take you to the interactive searchable database. Type in any search word (for example Directories] and it will pop up all items associated with that term. It does not, however, search an items contents.

For Maine State records go to
Cindy's Links to Maine State Records

   Volunteers With Books   

To request a lookup from any of the references, click on the address of the owner and ask them politely. Please make your requests as specific as possible.




'Annals of Warren', 1877 edition

Cyrus Eaton

Sena Spear Havasy

'Warren Cemeteries' 1735 - 1985, surname index

Leland Overlock

Mac Jackson

'Warren City Directory' 1931, 1937, 1939

George F. Bacon
Lists residents and businesses alphabetically and by street"

Edward J. Walsh History Center

Knox County Census Lookups, maximum 5


Ann Davis

'The Finns Among Us'
Warren, Thomaston & Union Maine

Art Jura

Lynn Allen, Vose Librarian

Sena Spear Havasy
KnoxGenWeb Co-ordinator

Most recent revision of the Warren site, July20, 2011

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