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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...
 
 
Portland, Maine, Former state capitals in the United States, Port cities and towns of the United States Atlantic coast, County seats in Maine, Populated places established in 1633, Portland, Maine metropolitan area, 1633 establishments in the Thirteen Colonies, Cities in Cumberland County, Maine, Populated coastal places in Maine, Cities in Maine, Hidden categories:, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from April 2013, Use mdy dates from July 2014, Coordinate...
 
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 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...
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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 ...
 

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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...
 
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 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...
 
The Maine College of Art (MECA) is a fully accredited, degree-granting art college in the city of Portland, Maine. Founded in 1882, the Maine College of Art is the oldest arts educational institution in Maine. In addition to offering Bachelor, Post-Baccalaureate in Art Education and Master of Fine Arts degrees, the school has a continuing studies program for adults and high school students. MECA is a member of the Association of Independent Colleges of Art and Design (AICAD), a consortium of thi...
 

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 The Museum of African Culture is a museum in Portland, Maine, USA, that specializes in Sub-Saharan African tribal art and culture. Changing exhibits also include art inspired by the African diaspora, and the museums programs include music, storytelling, films, poetry, literature, healing ceremonies and other Sub-Saharan African cultural traditions. Collections include wooden masks, figures, textiles, household objects and tools. It was established in 1998 and, as of 2010^[update], had over 1,500...
 
 
 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...
 
 
 
 
 

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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 Battle of Falmouth (also known as the Battle of Fort Loyal) (May 16-20, 1690) involved Joseph-François Hertel de la Fresnière and Baron de St Castin leading troops as well as the Wabanaki Confederacy (Mikmaq and Maliseet from Fort Meductic) in New Brunswick to capture and destroy Fort Loyal and the English settlement on the Falmouth neck (site of present-day Portland, Maine), then part of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. The commander of the fort was Captain Sylvanus Davis. After two days of ...
 
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...
 
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 Mayo Street Arts is a community arts and performance venue in the East Bayside neighborhood of Portland, Maine. It was founded in 2010 after leasing the formerly closed St. Angsar Church. Located next to Kennedy Park, a public housing development and close to many other public housing areas, it is known for its Childrens Puppet Workshop, which incorporates Portlands professional artist community and many children of immigrant families which focuses on puppetry and story-telling. Mayo Street Arts...
 
 
 East Bayside is a neighborhood in Portland, Maine. It was first developed a street network in the early 19th century. By the 1820s the area was Portland�s second seaport via the Back Cove�s ship channel. Much of the debris from the great Portland fire of 1866 was deposited into Back Cove, significantly increasing the size of East Bayside. Maps produced around 1900 show an extension of the shoreline out to Marginal Way. The shoreline would not change again until the construction of the Inters...
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...

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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...
 
 
The Eastern Cemetery is a historic cemetery at the intersection of Washington Avenue and Congress Street in the East Bayside neighborhood of Portland, Maine. Located at the base of Munjoy Hill, the Eastern Cemetery is the oldest major cemetery in Portland. Established in 1668, it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. Mary Greens head and foot stone mark the oldest known burial of May 23, 1717. The cemetery was active until the 1860s. It totals approximately 5.3 acres (2...
The Burning of Falmouth (October 18, 1775) was an attack by a fleet of Royal Navy vessels on the town of Falmouth, Massachusetts (site of the modern city of Portland, Maine, and not to be confused with the modern towns of Falmouth, Massachusetts or Falmouth, Maine). The fleet was commanded by Captain Henry Mowat. The attack began with a naval bombardment which included incendiary shot, followed by a landing party meant to complete the towns destruction. The attack was the only major event in wha...
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...

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  The Albert Brenner Glickman Family Library (formerly the Portland Campus Library) is an academic library operated by the University of Southern Maine on its campus in Portland, Maine. The building, which stands 7 stories tall, was dedicated by Governor Angus King in October 1997. It was named after the Glickman family following a $1 million donation to the university which added the top three floors to the structure.  

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