Originally part of Penobscot and Washington Counties. Named for Indian word meaning "beautiful river." Incorporated March 16, 1839. Enlarged March 21, 1843, by additions from Penobscot and March 12, 1844, by additions from Piscataquis and Somerset Counties. Contains two cities, 54 towns and 11 plantations. Area, 6,453 square miles. Houlton, county seat. -Maine Register-

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Aroostook County
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Aroostook County - USGenWeb Project
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Aroostook County Tourism
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Photos Of Maine
Features images taken in the central part of Aroostook County, including Washburn, Caribou, Limestone, and Presque Isle areas.
Political Graveyard -Aroostook County
Lists of politicians who were born in, served in or died in Aroostook County.
Profile for Aroostook County
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