World War II Town Pages in Bangor Daily News

Posted Sept. 21, 2011, at 5:03 p.m.
World War II pages by town in Bangor Daily News, compiled by Roxanne Moore Saucier and Charlie Campo for Family Ties, Bangor Daily News. These pages, which include small photos of many of those from the town serving in World War II at the time, can be found on microfilm of the Bangor Daily News at Bangor Public Library, University of Maine Fogler Library in Orono, Maine State Library in Augusta, and University of Maine at Presque Isle Library, among others.
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As of February 2007

• Danforth, Dec. 1, 1942.

• Brownville, Dec. 7, 1942

• East Millinocket, Jan. 8, 1943.

• Van Buren, Jan. 26, 1943.

• Fort Kent, Feb. 10, 1943.

• Millinocket, Feb. 23, 1943.

• Mt. Desert, March 9, 1943.

• Lincoln, March 22, 1943.

• Milo, March 26, 1943.

• Wytopitlock, April 1, 1943.

• Limestone, April 13, 1943.

• Winterport, April 20, 1943.

• Medway, April 22, 1943.

• St. Francis, April 27, 1943.

• Madawaska and environs, May 4, 1943.

• Hampden, May 11, 1943.

• Howland-Enfield, May 18, 1943.

• Corinna, May 25, 1943.

• Orono, May 31, 1943.

• Stockholm, June 8, 1943.

• Island Falls, June 15, 1943.

• Stockton Springs, June 17, 1943.

• Winn, Chester, Woodville, June 22, 1943.

• Harrington, June 24, 1943.

• Woodland (Baileyville), June 29, 1943.

• Dennysville, July 6, 1943.

• Guilford, July 13, 1943.

• Greenville, July 20, 1943.

• Dover-Foxcroft, July 27, 1943.

• Orrington, Aug. 3, 1943.

• Frankfort, Aug. 10, 1943.

• Seboeis, Aug. 12, 1943.

• Brownville Junction, Aug. 17, 1943.

• Jonesport, Aug. 24, 1943.

• Patten, Aug. 31, 1943.

• Hodgdon, Sept. 7, 1943.

• Eagle Lake, Sept. 14, 1943.

• Carroll, Sept. 21, 1943.

• Newport, Sept. 28, 1943.

• Corinth, Oct. 5, 1943.

• Stacyville, Oct. 6, 1943.

• Parkman, Oct. 11, 1943.

• Shirley, Oct. 13, 1943.

• Lee, Oct. 14, 1943.

• Springfield, Webster, Lakeville; Nov. 1, 1943 & Nov. 2, 1943.

• Dedham, Nov. 2, 1943.

• Cutler, Nov. 3, 1943.

• Portage, Nov. 8, 1943.

• Greenbush, Nov. 10, 1943.

• Carmel, Nov. 15, 1943.

• Hermon, Nov. 16, 1943.

• Abbot, Nov. 22, 1943.

• Lubec, Nov. 25, 1943.

• Pittsfield, Nov. 25, 1943.

• Pembroke, Dec. 1, 1943.

• Passadumkeag, Dec. 7, 1943.

• Milford, Dec. 20, 1943.

• Prospect, Dec. 27, 1943.

• Etna, Dec. 30, 1943.

• Sangerville, Jan. 3, 1944.

• Glenburn, Jan. 4, 1944

• St. John, Jan. 5, 1944.

• Gouldsboro, Jan. 13, 1944.

• Hudson, January 18, 1944.

• Brooklin, Jan. 25, 1944.

• University of Maine, Feb. 4, 1944.

• Harmony, Feb. 8, 1944.

• Daigle, Feb. 23, 1944.

• Ashland, March 1, 1944.

• Veazie, April 13, 1944.

• Sedgwick, May 1, 1944.

• Burlington, May 5, 1944.

• Plymouth, May 17, 1944.

• Monson, May 26, 1944.

• Former B&A Railroad employees, May 30, 1944.

• Topsfield, June 6, 1944.

• Cherryfield, June 19, 1944.

• Bridgewater, June 26, 1944.

• Dixmont, July 5, 1944.

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