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The Sanford Steamship Company was incorporated in 1875; the wharf properties at several landings on the Penobscot River, and the steamer Cambridge and Katahdin having been owned previous to that time by a private association or firm, formed in pursuance of the laws of the State of New York, under the style of the Sanford Company, the line being generally known as Sanford's Independent Line.
In 1875, these properties were all transferred to a new corporation, and the Sanford Steamship Company was incorporated and organized under the laws of Massachusetts. In January, 1882, by an enactment of the General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the corporate name of the Sanford Steamship Company was changed to the Boston and Bangor Steamship Company.
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Boston and Bangor Steamship Company, "History of the Boston and Bangor Steamship Company [Formerly Known as Sanford's Independent Line (1823-1882)]" (1882). Books and Publications. 280.
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