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The William Pepperrell House is a historic house at 94 Pepperrell Road (Maine State Route 103) in Kittery Point, Maine. Built about 1682 and later enlarged and restyled, it was at the time of its construction the grandest house in what is now the state of Maine. It is notable as the birthplace and home of Sir William Pepperrell (1696-1759) a leading businessman of the period whose greatest claim to fame was leading the 1745 Siege of Louisbourg during King Georges War. The house was listed on the...
The First Congregational Church and Parsonage is a historic church complex at 23 Pepperrell Road (Maine State Route 103) in the Kittery Point section of Kittery, Maine. Built in 1730 for a congregation first organized in 1653, the church is the oldest in Kittery, and one of the oldest in the state of Maine. It is accompanied by a parsonage house, built in 1729, and a small cemetery, established in 1733. The buildings were listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978; the cemetery w...
The Lady Pepperrell House is a historic house on State Route 103, opposite the Congregational church, in Kittery Point, Maine, United States. Built in 1760 by Lady Mary Pepperrell, widow of Sir William Pepperrell, the house is one of the finest examples of Georgian architecture in the northeastern United States. Pepperrell was the only colonial American to be honored with a baronetcy, given by King George II for his leadership of the successful 1745 expedition against the French Fortress Louisbo...
The Gerrish Warehouse was a historic 18th-century warehouse, located on Pepperrell Cove in Kittery Point, Maine. Built c. 1710, it was one element of the Pepperrell familys shipping empire, notably run in the mid-18th century by Sir William Pepperrell. Converted into a ship chandlery in the 19th century, it was sold to the Maine Maritime Museum in 1976, and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1977. The museums plan to move the building by barge to a new location was judged i...
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 Robert William Traip Academy (often abbreviated as R. W. Traip Academy or simply Traip Academy) is a public high school located in Kittery, Maine. It serves the towns of Kittery and Kittery Point, Maine. It was founded in 1905 as a private preparatory high school and remained as such until 1967, when it became part of the Kittery School Department. In 1990, the facility was updated, and the 1909 building was demolished. It is home to roughly 325 students, with each graduating class averaging 75 ...
The Kittery Community Center is located in the former Frank C. Frisbee Elementary School at 120 Rogers Road in Kittery, Maine. The building, built in 1943 by the United States government as part of war-related expansions of Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2015 for this association. It served Kittery as a school until 2009, and was converted for use as a multi-function community center in 2011-12, providing space for arts, culture, and recreati...

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Fort Stark was a military fortification in New Castle, New Hampshire. Located at Jerrys Point on the southeastern tip of New Castle Island, most of the fort was developed in the early 20th century, following the Spanish�American War, although there is evidence of earlier earthworks on the site. The purpose of Fort Stark was to defend the harbor of nearby Portsmouth and its vital United States Navy facilities. The fort remained in active use through the Second World War, after which it was used...
Sloops of the United States Navy, Ships built in New Hampshire, Mexican–American War ships of the United States, Ships of the Union Navy, Gunboats of the United States Navy, American Civil War patrol vessels of the United States, New Hampshire in the American Civil War, United States Navy New Hampshire-related ships, United States Navy Virginia-related ships, 1843 ships, Shipwrecks of the Massachusetts coast, Hidden categories:, Commons category with local link same as on Wikidata, Wikipedia a...The second USS Portsmouth was a wooden sloop-of-war in the United States Navy in service during the mid-to-late 19th century. She was designed by Josiah Barker and built in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, on the lines of a French-built privateer. She was described as an improvement over the USS Saratoga built in the same shipyard a year earlier. The Portsmouth was launched at the Portsmouth Navy Yard on 23 October 1843 and commissioned on 10 November 1844, with Commander John Berrien Montgomery in co...
 
Wentworth-Coolidge Mansion is a 40-room clapboard house which was built as the home, offices and working farm of colonial Governor Benning Wentworth of New Hampshire. It is located on the water at 375 Little Harbor Road, about two miles southeast of the center of Portsmouth. It is one of the few royal governors residences to survive almost unchanged. The site is a New Hampshire state park, declared a National Historic Landmark in 1968. Today, the New Hampshire Bureau of Historic Sites manages th...
The Wentworth Lear Historic Houses (formerly Wentworth-Gardner & Tobias Lear Historic House Association) are a pair of adjacent historic houses at 50 Mechanic Street, on the south waterfront in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Both buildings and an 18th-century warehouse are owned by the Wentworth Lear Historic Houses and are operated as a house museum. They are located at the corner of Mechanic and Gardner Streets. The two houses, built c. 1750-60, represent a study in contrast between high-style and...
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 Prescott Park is a ten-plus acre waterfront park in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States. The land was donated to the city of Portsmouth by two sisters, Josie and Sarah Prescott in 1940. The sisters had used an inheritance to systematically purchase and clear properties along the Piscataqua River. The sisters goal was to create a public waterfront park, free and accessible to all, replacing what had become a run-down and seedy industrial area. In 1949 the Prescott sisters trust was establish...
The South Meetinghouse is a historic ward hall on Marcy Street and Meeting House Hill in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Completed in 1866, this two-story wood frame structure was built on the site of a 1731 meeting house, and was the only major civic structure on the south side of Portsmouth, a predominantly residential area. It is predominantly Italianate in style, with round-arch windows, and paired brackets in the cornice of the cupola, but also exhibits Greek Revival features, including a four-c...
Strawbery Banke is an outdoor history museum located in the South End historic district of Portsmouth, New Hampshire. It is the oldest neighborhood in New Hampshire to be settled by Europeans, and the earliest neighborhood remaining in the present-day city of Portsmouth. It features more than 40 restored buildings built between the 17th and 19th centuries in the Colonial, Georgian, and Federal style architectures. The buildings once clustered around a waterway known as Puddle Dock, which was fil...
The Shapley Town House is a historic house at 454-456 Court Street in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. This three-story brick double house was built c. 1815 by Captain Reuben Shapley, a ships captain and merchant. Although it was one of a number of brick buildings built in the wake of an 1813 fire that devastated Portsmouths downtown area, its construction as a double house is distinctive. From the outside it looks like a single-family residence except for its two entrances, an apparently deliberate d...
The Mark Wentworth House, also known as the Gov. John Wentworth House, is a historic house at 346 Pleasant Street in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. The 2-1- 2 story wood-frame mansion was built in 1763 by Henry Appleton, a merchant, who sold it to Mark Hunking Wentworth, one of New Hampshires wealthiest merchants and landowners, the following year. Wentworths son John was appointed Royal Governor of New Hampshire in 1767, and occupied the house from then until his departure on the eve of the America...
St. Johns Church is a historic church at 101 Chapel Street in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. The brick building was designed by Alexander Parris and built in 1807; it was the first brick church in the state of New Hampshire, and is a rare surviving early design by Parris. Its main facade has a slightly projecting center section, which has a recessed entry, as do the two flanking bays. Above each of these entries are Palladian windows. The triangular gable pediment has a lunette window in its tympanu...
The General Porter House is a historic house at 32-34 Livermore Street in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. This 2-1- 2 story wood frame house was built c. 1751 by Matthew Livermore, who was New Hampshires first formally-educated lawyer, and was a representative to New Hampshires provisional government during the American Revolutionary War. A Portsmouth double house, it is five bays wide and two deep, with additions on either side, and an ell to the rear. The house has been moved twice, both times in t...

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Radar stations of the United States Air Force, Closed facilities of the United States Air Force, Military facilities in New Hampshire, Aerospace Defense Command military installations, 1956 establishments in New Hampshire, 1957 disestablishments in New Hampshire, Hidden categories:, Articles lacking in-text citations from December 2012, All articles lacking in-text citations, Lists of coordinates, Geographic coordinate lists, Articles with Geo, Wikipedia articles incorporating text from the Air ...
The Governor John Langdon House, also known as Governor John Langdon Mansion, is a historic mansion house at 141 Pleasant Street in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, USA. It was built in 1784 by John Langdon (1741-1819), a merchant, shipbuilder, American Revolutionary War general, signer of the United States Constitution, and three-term President (now termed governor) of New Hampshire. The house he built for his family showed his status as Portsmouths leading citizen and received praise from George Was...
The Portsmouth Cottage Hospital is a former hospital building on Junkins Street in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. The main building, built in 1895, is a long and narrow brick structure, three stories tall, which sits at the top of a knoll overlooking the South Mill Pond. This building, with several additions in the first half of the 20th century, served as the citys primary hospital facility until 1962, when new facilities were built next door. This campus was acquired by the city c. 1986, and the 1...
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The Franklin Block is a historic commercial building at 75 Congress Street in downtown Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Built in 1879, this three story brick building is the largest Victorian-era building standing in the city. It occupies the city block between Fleet Street and Vaughan Mall, a former street that is now a pedestrian mall. The U-shaped building was designed by Boston architect Arthur H. Vinal for Alfred Stavers. As originally built, it housed retail spaces facing Congress Street, and me...
The Rockingham Hotel is a historic hotel building in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. It was originally built in 1785 as a residence by Woodbury Langdon, prominent merchant and politician. Thomas Coburn converted it into a hotel which opened November 1, 1833. Frank Jones, who was, among other things, mayor of Portsmouth, a US Representative, and a brewer, bought it in 1870. After a fire in 1884, Jones rebuilt it extensively. The only significant part saved from Langdons mansion was the dining room, wh...
 
The Jeremiah Hart House is a historic house in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. It is located on The Hill, a cluster of closely spaced historic houses off Deer Street, some of which were moved to that location as part of a road widening project. It is a 2-1- 2 story wood frame house which was built in the late 18th century, possibly by Michael Whidden, a master builder who lived across the street from its original location. It is a modest vernacular structure typical of houses which were built in urba...
The Henry Sherburne House is a historic house at 62 Deer Street in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. It is part of a cluster of houses in an area known as The Hill, south of Deer Street, that was created as part of a road widening project. This two story wood frame house was built sometime between 1766 and 1770, and is an unusually large house for this part of Portsmouth in the late Georgian period. Its front doorway is also distinctive, as the only known in situ scrolled pediment doorway to survive fr...

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The Hart-Rice House is a historic house in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. It is located on The Hill, a cluster of closely spaced historic buildings southeast of Deer Street, some of which were moved to the site as part of a road widening project. The two story wood frame house was built sometime between 1749 and 1756 by Samuel Hart, Jr. It has a hip roof, with two chimneys, and three original gable dormers piercing the roof on the main facade. The main entry is flanked by pilasters and topped by a t...
The John Hart House is a historic house in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. It is located on The Hill, a cluster of closely spaced houses south of Deer Street, some of which were relocated there during a road widening project. When first built in the mid-18th century, this house was a two story wood frame structure. Early in the 18th century a third floor was added, and it was given extensive Federal style treatment. These alterations included the replacement of original Georgian windows with long win...
The Simeon P. Smith House is a historic house in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. It is located on The Hill, a cluster of historic properties south of Deer Street which was created as part of a road widening project. The Federal style house was built between 1810 and 1811 for Simeon P. Smith, a Portsmouth cooper. The house features a doorway with pilasters for sides and a triangular pediment as well as two brick chimneys on either side of the roof; its interior includes Federal style cornices and orna...
The Phoebe Hart House is a historic house in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. It is located on The Hill, a cluster of closely spaced historic houses, some of which were moved to the site during a road widening project. The 2-1- 2 story wood frame house was built c. 1808-10, after its original lot was subdivided. The house has basic Federal styling, except for its front door surround, which is distinctive among period houses in Portsmouth. The door is flanked by attached columns and topped by a segment...
The Whidden-Ward House is a historic house in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. It is located on The Hill, a cluster of historic properties south of Deer Street which was created as part of a road widening project. The 2-1- 2 story wood frame Georgian style house is thought to have been built in the early 1720s by Michael Whidden, a joiner. After his death in 1773 the house was purchased by Nathum Ward, who extensively renovated the property, giving it most of its surviving late-Georgian appearance. Th...
The Portsmouth Academy building is a historic academic and civic building at 8 Islington Street in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. It presently houses Discover Portsmouth, a local tourism marketing organization. It is a two-story brick structure that was designed by local designer-builder James Nutter and built in 1809 to house the Portsmouth Academy, a college preparatory school. Its Federal style resembles other academy buildings (including an early building at the Phillips Exeter Academy), and its...
The Benedict House is a historic house at 30 Middle Street in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. The three story brick house was built sometime between 1810 and 1813 for Thomas Morton, a local merchant. The brick is laid in Flemish bond throughout, and its workmanship is of exceptionally high quality when compared to that of other period buildings in the city, and may have been an early work of locally noted builder Jonathan Folsom. Its construction just outside central Portsmouth also apparently kicked...
The Larkin-Rice House is a historic house at 180 Middle Street in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. This three-story brick house was built c. 1813-15 by Samuel Larkin, an auctioneer who made a fortune selling off assets seized by local privateers during the War of 1812. The house features an unusual facade, with five Palladian windows set in recessed brick arches, three on the second level and two on the first, flanking the main entry, which is also set into a similar arch and has a fanlight above. A p...
Old North Cemetery is a historic cemetery on Maplewood Avenue in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. It is a roughly 1.5-acre (0.61 ha) parcel of land north of the city center on the shore of North Mill Pond. Its earliest burials are dated to 1751, although it was not formally established as a cemetery until 1753. It is the largest of the citys 18th century cemeteries, and is remarkable for the relatively distant locations some of the stonecarvers came from whose work appears in it. The cemetery was list...
The Freewill Baptist Church�Peoples Baptist Church�New Hope Church is a historic church at 45 Pearl Street in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. It is a two story wood frame structure, built in 1857 and enlarged in 1868. It is an excellent local example of religious Italianate architecture, and is further notable as the first church building in New Hampshire to be owned by a predominantly African-American congregation. The church was built for a Freewill Baptist congregation, which also made the 186...
The Rundlet-May House is a historic house at 364 Middle Street in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, USA. The three story wood frame house was built in 1807 by James Rundlet, who acquired his wealth in the textile trade. Rundlet imported his wallpapers from England and purchased his furniture from local cabinetmakers, whose work was noted for its fine craftsmanship and striking use of veneer. Rundlet also saw to it that his house was equipped with the latest technologies. The kitchen boasts both a Rumfo...
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The George Rogers House is a historic house at 76 Northwest Street in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. The two story wood frame house was built c. 1839 by George Rogers, on land originally subdivided by Nathaniel Jackson, owner of the adjacent Richard Jackson House (c. 1690, now a National Historic Landmark). The house is five bays wide and two deep, and is sited overlooking an orchard and Portsmouths North Mill Pond, a property it now shares with the Jackson house. Its main entrance has simple moldin...
The Piscataqua River Bridge is a through arch bridge that crosses the Piscataqua River, connecting Portsmouth, New Hampshire with Kittery, Maine. Carrying six lanes of Interstate 95, the bridge is the third modern span and first fixed crossing of the Piscataqua between Portsmouth and Kittery. The two older spans, the Memorial Bridge and the Sarah Mildred Long Bridge, are both lift bridges, built to accommodate ship traffic along the Piscataqua. The high arch design of the Piscataqua River Bridge...
 

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Pulpit Rock Tower, also known as Pulpit Rock Base-End Station (N. 142), is a historic military observation tower at 9 Davis Road in Rye, New Hampshire. The eight-story circular concrete tower was built in 1943 as part of a series of military defenses around Portsmouth, and is the only one of fourteen coastal observation posts to survive from the Second World War in the state. The tower stands 73 feet (22 m) high, and was during wartime connected to Fort Dearborn by telephone to relay observation...
  
 The Isabella Breckinridge House also known as River House, and formerly the Breckinridge Public Affairs Center of Bowdoin College, is an historic house at 201 US Route 1 in York, Maine, United States. The main house, designed by architect Guy Lowell, is a 23-room mansion which was built in 1905 for Mary Goodrich, widow of tire magnate B. F. Goodrich. It is located on a 26-acre (11 ha) estate facing the York River. The property was given to Bowdoin College by Mary Marvin Breckinridge Patterson in...
 
 
 
 
The Raid on York (also known as the Candlemas Massacre) took place in 24 January 1692^ during King Williams War, when Chief Madockawando and Father Louis-Pierre Thury led 200-300 natives into the town of York (then in the District of Maine and part of the Province of Massachusetts Bay, now in the state of Maine), killing about 100 of the English settlers and burning down buildings, taking another estimated 80 villagers hostage. The villagers were forced to walk to Canada, New France, where they ...
 
 

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  Kittery Point is a census-designated place (CDP) in the town of Kittery, York County, Maine, United States. The population was 1,012 at the 2010 census. Located beside the Atlantic Ocean, it is home to Fort McClary State Historic Site and, on Gerrish Island, Fort Foster Park. Cutts Island is home to Seapoint Beach and the Brave Boat Harbor Division of the Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge.  

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