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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...
 
 
 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...
 
 

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South Portland is a city in Cumberland County, Maine, United States, and is the fourth-largest city in the state, incorporated in 1898. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 25,002. Known for its working waterfront, South Portland is situated on Portland Harbor and overlooks the skyline of Portland and the islands of Casco Bay. Due to South Portlands close proximity to air, marine, rail, and highway transportation options, the city has become a center for retail and industry in the regi...
 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...
 Veterans Memorial Bridge is a bridge connecting the cities of Portland, Maine and South Portland, Maine. The bridge spans the Fore River and is part of U.S. Route 1. The original Veterans Memorial Bridge was built in 1954 and was described as rapidly deteriorating prior to its demolition. Designated a top infrastructure priority by Maine state government, a new bridge was built beginning in 2010. The new bridge was completed on November 30, 2012. General contractor Reed & Reed of Woolwich, Maine...
 
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 ...
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...
 
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...
The Western Cemetery is an urban cemetery in Portland, Maine. At one time Portlands home for the poor and indigent, the cemetery is named after for its location in Portlands West End neighborhood and proximity to the Western Promenade. Founded in the 18th century, the land was acquired by the city in 1829. In 1841, the city expanded the cemetery to its present 12 acres (4.9 ha). The Western Cemetery was Portlands primary cemetery from 1829�1852, when Evergreen Cemetery was established in Deeri...
The Fore River is a short horn-shaped estuary, approximately 5.7 miles (9.2 km) long, separating Portland and South Portland in Maine in the United States. Many of the port facilities of the Portland harbor are along the estuary, which is formed just southwest of Portland by the confluence of several creeks. The estuary was initially known as Levetts River, so named by the first English settler of the Casco Bay region, Capt. Christopher Levett. But shortly afterwards, the estuary came to have th...
 

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The railroad history of Portland, Maine, began in 1842 with the arrival of the Portland, Saco & Portsmouth Railway (PS&P). Most of the rail activity in Portland revolved around agricultural goods bound for export and import freight from Europe. Yet Maines largest city also enjoyed 125 years of continuous passenger rail service, from 1842 until 1967, and Amtrak began serving the city in 2001. For most of Portlands history, passenger train schedules were designed with intercity travel rather than ...
 
 
 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 ...
Maine Medical Center (commonly abbreviated to MMC or contracted to Maine Med) is a 637 licensed-bed teaching hospital located at 22 Bramhall Street in Portland, Maine, United States with a staff of over 6,000 people. Founded in 1874, it is the largest hospital in northern New England with 28,000 inpatient visits, about 500,000 outpatient visits, 88,000 emergency visits, and over 27,000 surgeries performed annually. MMC is structured as a non-profit, private corporation governed by volunteer trus...
 
The Portland Exposition Building, also known as The Expo, is a sports and exhibition venue (convention center) building complex in Portland, Maine. The complex includes five inter-connected buildings with 330,000 square feet of exhibition space and 10 meeting rooms. The Center is adjacent to the Hadlock Field and the Portland Ice Arena. Phish, Ani Difranco, Natalie Merchant, The Monkees, and Rusted Root have played at the venue. It has also hosted trade shows and celebrations. It has been used f...
 
The Portland Ice Arena is an ice hockey arena in Portland, Maine. Located on Park Avenue between Fitzpatrick Stadium and Hadlock Field, the Ice Arena has a seating capacity of 750 and is open 10 months of the year. Since its opening in 1984, it has been home to Portland Pirates hockey practices as well as local amateur teams and open skating hours. The facility was funded by a 20 year bond which was repaid in 2004. During the summer of 2012, the facility closed for energy efficiency repairs, whi...
The Neal S. Dow House, also known as Gen. Neal Dow House, is an historic house at 714 Congress Street in Portland, Maine. It was built in 1829 for noted politician and prohibitionist Neal S. Dow (1804-1897), and was designated a National Historic Landmark for that association. Dow was the author of the first prohibition law, passed by the Maine legislature in 1851 (and giving such laws the epithet Maine law), and was a tireless internationally-known activist in the temperance movement. Dows hous...
 

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Bascule bridges in the United States, Bridges completed in 1997, Buildings and structures in South Portland, Maine, Buildings and structures in Portland, Maine, Transportation in Portland, Maine, Road bridges in Maine, Bridges in Cumberland County, Maine, Northeastern United States bridge (structure) stubs, Maine building and structure stubs, Maine transportation stubs, Hidden categories:, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from December 2013, Coordinates on...
The Thomas Brackett Reed House is a historic brick duplex house at 30�32 Deering Street in Portland, Maine. Built in 1876, the house was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1975 for its association with Thomas Brackett Reed (1839�1902), Speaker of the House of Representatives (1889�1891 and 1895�1899). Reed owned and occupied number 32 from 1888 until his death in 1902. He was notable for significantly increasing the power of the House Speaker, introducing a set of rules known as ...
 
 
The Portland Fire Museum is a fire museum in Portland, Maine. Located at 157 Spring Street in the former home of Fire Engine 4, the museum is operated by the Portland Veteran Firemens Association (PVFA). It showcases the history of firefighting in Portland, including a number of retired firetrucks. The PVFA was originally located at the headquarters of Casco Engine 1 which was located at 19 South Street across from what is now the Cumberland County Civic Center. The building at 19 South Street w...
 
The Baxter Building is an historic building located at 619 Congress Street in downtown Portland, Maine. Completed in 1888, it served as the Portland Public Library from its founding until 1978, when the Library moved to another location on Congress Street. The building went unused from 1978 to 1983, when it was purchased by the Maine College of Art (MECA). MECA utilized the space for studio space, dark rooms, as a computer lab and library. In 2010, MECA sold the building to Northland Enterprises...
Victoria Mansion, also known as the Morse-Libby House or Morse-Libby Mansion, is a landmark example of American residential architecture located in downtown Portland, Maine, United States. The brownstone exterior, elaborate interior design, opulent furnishings and early technological conveniences provide a detailed portrait of lavish living in nineteenth-century America. It was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1971 for its architectural significance as a particularly well-preserved Itali...

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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 ...
68 High Street. Children�s Hospital, (Former) is an historic colonial revival building in Portland, Maine. Located on the eastern edge of Portland West End, the building was built in 1909 and was designed by architect Frederick A. Tompson. According to news archives, Drs. Edville Gerhardt Abbott and Harold A. Pingree and Frank W. Lamb founded this worldwide famous childrens hospital for crippled children with scoliosis together in 1908. It closed in 1948, with most of the 56 patients at the ti...
 
 The Charles Shipman Payson Building is the most recent expansion of the Portland Museum of Art (PMA) in Portland, Maine, located on the corner of High Street and Congress Square. Henry N. Cobb (of Pei Cobb Freed & Partners) designed the Payson Building, which introduced over five times more gallery space than in the adjacent, historic PMA buildings (McLellan-Sweat House, Charles Quincy Clapp House, and L. D. M. Sweat Memorial Galleries). The building opened in 1983, after Mr. Payson donated 17 W...
Educational institutions established in 1878, University of Southern Maine, New England Association of Schools and Colleges, University of Maine System, Universities and colleges in Androscoggin County, Maine, Universities and colleges in Cumberland County, Maine, Education in Portland, Maine, Education in Lewiston, Maine, 1878 establishments in the United States, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, Articles that may contain original research from January 2015, All articles that may con...The University of Southern Maine (USM) is a multi-campus public comprehensive university and part of the University of Maine System. USMs three primary campuses are located in Portland, Gorham and Lewiston in the U.S. state of Maine. Many courses and degree programs are also offered online. Originally founded as two separate universities (Gorham Normal School, University of Maine at Portland), the two state universities were combined in 1970 to help streamline the public university system in Mai...
The great fire of Portland, Maine sometimes known as the 1866 Great fire of Portland in Maine occurred on July 4, 1866�the first Independence Day after the end of the American Civil War. Five years before the Great Chicago Fire, this was the greatest fire yet seen in an American city. It started in a boat house on Commercial Street, likely caused by a firecracker or a cigar ash. The fire spread to a lumber yard and on to a sugar house, then spread across the city, eventually burning out on Mun...
 
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 ...

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  Scarborough is a census-designated place (CDP) in the town of Scarborough in Cumberland County, Maine, United States. The population was 4,403 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Portland�South Portland�Biddeford, Maine Metropolitan Statistical Area.  

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