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Properties of religious function on the National Register of Historic Places in Maine, Queen Anne architecture in Maine, Religious buildings completed in 1907, 20th-century Methodist church buildings, Churches in Cumberland County, Maine, Buildings and structures in Scarborough, Maine, Methodist churches in Maine, Maine Registered Historic Place stubs, Maine church stubs, Hidden categories:, Articles sourced only to NRIS from November 2013, All articles sourced only to NRIS, Coordinates on Wikid...
Saco Transportation Center, also referred to as Saco or Saco�Biddeford in some timetables, is a passenger transportation station in Saco, Maine served by Amtrak, the national railroad passenger system, and other transportation providers. On average, about 110 passengers daily board or detrain Amtraks Downeaster service at the station, making it the third-busiest stop in Maine. The train platform was constructed in 2001, and the station building was constructed in 2008 and opened in 2009. The s...
The Biddeford-Saco Mills Historic District encompasses the historic mill complex that flanks both sides of the Kennebec River in Biddeford and Saco, Maine. It covers 38 acres (15 ha) of property adjacent to both cities downtown areas which has seen industrial uses since the 18th century, and presently contains a collection of well-preserved 19th and early-20th century industrial buildings. The district was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2008. Many of the buildings in the di...
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 Old Orchard Beach High School is a public secondary school which serves grades 9�12 in the town of Old Orchard Beach, Maine. It has been at its current location on E. Emerson Cummings Boulevard since its completion in 1980. A very small addition was made in the late 1990s which added a small hallway on the side of the gym that included several offices. It has a small enrollment of about 250 students, making it the smallest high school in southern Maine. Since the school has such a lengthy name...
   

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The Staples Inn is an historic building in Old Orchard Beach, Maine. Initially a one-story farmhouse, the structure was built around 1730 and was bought by Elisa Staples in 1790. The building was expanded to a 2.5 story building. In 1860, it was converted to an Inn and was one of the largest in Old Orchard Beach. In 1875, the building burned but was saved from total destruction and rehabilitated. In June 1987, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. As of 2010, it was the Old ...
The Cummings Guest House is a historic African-American summer boarding house at 110 Portland Avenue in Old Orchard Beach, Maine. Established in 1923, it was one of the only places in the community offering summer accommodations to African-Americans during the period of Jim Crow segregation. Prominent guests included Duke Ellington, Cab Calloway, Count Basie, and Lionel Hampton. The property, which reverted to completely private use by the Cummingses in 1993, was listed on the National Register ...
 
 
 
 
 
The First Congregational Church of Buxton, also known locally as the Tory Hill Meetinghouse, is a historic church on ME 112 in Buxton, Maine. Built in 1822, it is a fine local example of Federal period architecture, having had only modest alterations since its construction. It is also notable for its association with the local author Kate Douglas Wiggin, serving as her inspiration for The Old Peabody Pew, a play that is now regularly performed at the church. The building was listed on the Nation...
 
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Buxton is a town in York County, Maine, United States. It is part of the Portland�South Portland�Biddeford, Maine Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 8,034 at the 2010 census. Buxton includes the villages of Salmon Falls- Tory Hill, Chicopee, Groveville, Bar Mills, West Buxton, and Buxton Center. The old town Common is east of Union Falls, which is the location of Skelton Dam, Operated by Central Maine Power, and near historic location of the original settlement at Pleasant Poi...
 
 
 
The Winslow Homer Studio is the historic studio and home of the artist Winslow Homer, which is located on what is now Winslow Homer Road on Prouts Neck in Scarborough, Maine. Maine architect John Calvin Stevens altered and expanded an existing carriage house to suit Homers needs in 1884, even moving the building 100 feet for added privacy from his brothers neighboring summer home. The most dramatic element is a balcony the width of the building, from which the artist often painted in winter. The...
Prouts Neck is a peninsula in the town of Scarborough, Maine, in the United States. Prouts Neck first appears on a map by Samuel de Champlain from his 1604 explorations of New England. In early times it was known as Black Point because of the dark appearance of its forests. Captain Thomas Cammock, a nephew of the Earl of Warwick was the first European settler of what is now called Prouts Neck. In 1631, he was granted an area of about 1500 acres by the Plymouth Council for New England which had j...
 Smiling Hill Farm is a 500 acre^ traditional New England farm encompassing parts of the municipalities of Westbrook, Scarborough, and Gorham, Maine. Founded in 1720 as the homestead of Nathaniel Knight, the 12th generation descendents continue to operate the farm today. Known as the Knight Farm, the farm was renamed Smiling Hill Farm by Roger D. Knight in 1974. Roger named the farm after a favorite childhood book Smiling Hill Farm by Miriam E. Mason (1937). Smiling Hill Farm is known for its cha...
 
The University of New England (UNE) is an independent, non-profit, coeducational university founded in 1939, with campuses in Biddeford, Maine, Portland, Maine, Online, and Tangier, Morocco. The Biddeford campus sits on 540 acres, the Portland campus is 40 acres, and the Tangier Campus is 3.7 acres. During the 2012-3 academic year, a total of 8,085 students were enrolled at UNE, of which 4,753 were undergraduate and 2,346 were graduate students. In 1977, UNE opened a medical school, the UNE Coll...
 
The University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine (UNECOM) is a private, non-profit osteopathic medical school, and the only medical school in the U.S. state of Maine. The school is located in Biddeford, Maine, and grants the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) degree. UNECOM is accredited by the Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation (COCA) and by the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. The college is part...

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The Saco River is a river in northeastern New Hampshire and southwestern Maine in the United States. It drains a rural area of 1,703 square miles (4,410 km2) of forests and farmlands west and southwest of Portland, emptying into the Atlantic Ocean at Saco Bay, 136 miles (219 km) from its source. It supplies drinking water to roughly 250,000 people in thirty-five towns; and historically provided transportation and water power encouraging development of the cities of Biddeford and Saco and the tow...
 
The Baxter House is an historic house museum located on South Street in Gorham, Maine, United States. It was built in 1797 by carpenter Isaac Gilkey. In 1812, it was purchased by Dr. Elihu Baxter. On March 23, 1831, Dr. Baxters youngest son, James Phinney Baxter, was born in the house. James Phinney Baxter became Mayor of Portland, Maine for six terms (1893 to 1896 and 1904�1905) as well as a leading businessman and philanthropist. In 1907, Baxter approached former Governor Frederick Robie wit...
 
 
 
The James Montgomery Flagg House is an historic house on St. Martins Lane in the Biddeford Pool area of Biddeford, York County, Maine. It was built in 1910 as the summer home of James Montgomery Flagg, a New York-based artist and illustrator known for political cartoons and the iconic World War I recruiting poster depicting Uncle Sam. The house is decorated with murals painted by Flagg, and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In 2013, its owner, citing the buildings deteriora...
 
 The Spurwink River is a 4.6-mile-long (7.4 km) primarily tidal river in Cumberland County, Maine, in the United States. It rises in the town of Cape Elizabeth and flows west, then southwest, through salt marshes to its mouth at the Atlantic Ocean. It is bridged by Maine State Route 77 at the rivers approximate halfway point. From a point shortly above the bridge to the rivers mouth, it forms the boundary between Cape Elizabeth to the east and the town of Scarborough to the west. The rivers mouth...
 
 

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Gorham is a town in Cumberland County, Maine, United States. The population was 16,381 at the 2010 census. The 2012 estimate of Gorhams population was 16,667. In addition to its urban village center known as Gorham Village or simply the Village, the town encompasses a number of smaller, unincorporated villages and hamlets with distinct historical identities, including South Gorham, West Gorham, Little Falls, White Rock, and North Gorham. Gorham is home to one of the three campuses of the Univers...
The Tate House is a historic house museum at 1270 Westbrook Street, near the Fore River in the Stroudwater neighborhood of Portland, Maine, United States. The house, one of the oldest in Portland, was built in 1755 for George Tate, a former Royal Navy captain who was sent by a contractor to the Navy to oversee the felling and shipment of trees for use as masts. Because of the houses comparatively remote location away from central Portland, it (along with a number of other homes that make up the ...
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S.D. Warren Paper Mill is a small mill built on the Presumpscot River in the 1730s in a rural and fairly unpopulated area. In 1854, that small paper mill, in the soon-to-be established town of Westbrook, Maine, was purchased for $28,000 by Samuel Dennis Warren. The mill was named Grant, Warren and Company. In that year, the mill was only running two paper machines and had a production output of about 3,000 pounds of paper per day. Nine years later in 1863, an additional machine was added to the ...
 The Fore River Sanctuary is an 85-acre (34 ha) protected area in Portland, Maine. Located in the Stroudwater neighborhood, the sanctuary is home of Jewell Falls, Portlands only natural waterfall and the former home of the Cumberland and Oxford Canal. It also includes a salt water marsh which attracts a number of different species of birds and small mammals. It is named after the nearby Fore River and was protected by the National Audubon Society prior to being given to Portland Trails. The land ...
 

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  Excalibur is a wooden roller coaster at Funtown Splashtown USA in Saco, Maine. It is the tallest and longest roller coaster in Northern New England. The ride runs with a single 2-bench Philadelphia Toboggan Company train. The rides name is based on King Arthurs sword (Excalibur).  

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