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44 Maine National Historic Landmarks

Fort Kent - 6/30/2008
A site significant for its association with the Aroostook War, and the park now features an original log blockhouse
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Hamilton House (South Berwick) - 6/13/2021
Built in 1787 by a merchant from Portsmouth, NH, this is a little-altered and high quality late Georgian country house
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Lady Pepperell HousePlaque (Kittery Point) - 6/13/2021
Built in 1760 by the widow of Sir William Pepperrell, the only colonial American to be honored with a baronetcy, the house is one of the finest examples of Georgian architecture in New England.
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McIntire Garrison HousePlaque (York) - 6/13/2021
An extremely rare well-preserved example of a New England colonial log garrison house, built by settlers for defense against Native American attacks
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Old York GaolPlaque (York) - 6/13/2021
The original portion of the jail was constructed using timbers from the earlier York jail built in 1656; the largely wood frame structure has had a long evolutionary history of growth and change
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Sarah Orne Jewett House (South Berwick) - 6/13/2021
The 1774 Georgian house is known for its lifelong association with the author whose influential work exemplified regional writing of the late 19th century
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