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The Oxford Congregational Church and Cemetery is a historic church and cemetery in Oxford, Maine, located on the east side of King Street, 0.2 miles (0.32 km) north of its junction with Maine State Route 121. Built in 1842-3, the church is architecturally significant as a good local example of Greek Revival and Gothic Revival style, and is artistically significant for a decorative stenciled trompe loeil artwork on the ceiling and sanctuary end wall. The property was listed on the National Regist...
 
 Oxford Plains Speedway is a 3- 8 mile racetrack located in Oxford, Maine. Established in 1950, the track was originally a half mile before being shortened to a 3- 8 mile track later on in the tracks history. With 14,000 seats, the speedway has the largest seating capacity of any sporting venue in Maine. The main race held there is the AIM Recycling Oxford 250, which has run under various sanctions over the years, including in the early 1990s the NASCAR Xfinity Series in a combination race with w...
 
 
 
The Bell Hill School or District Number One School is an historic school in Otisfield, Maine. The one-room brick schoolhouse was one of three completed in 1839 for the town, and is the only one to survive. It served the town as a district school until 1940. It was acquired in 1950 by the Bell Hill Meetinghouse Association (which also owns the adjacent Bell Hill Meetinghouse), and has been converted into a local history museum.The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in...
 
 
 
The McLaughlin House and Garden are a historic house museum and associated specimen garden at 97 Main Street in South Paris, Maine. The property includes a traditional New England connected farmstead with house, ell, and barn, all of which date to the mid-19th century, and a landscaped garden area developed beginning in the 1930s by Bernard McLaughlin that now houses more than 500 varieties of flowers. It is one of a small number of such specimen gardens in the state, and was listed on the Natio...

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The George Seaverns House is a historic house at 8 High Street in Mechanic Falls, Maine. It is a 1-1- 2 story wood frame structure, built in 1853 by George W. Seaverns, who was in some way involved in the locally important paper industry. A second owner, later in the 19th century, was Charles E. Stevens, president of the Mechanic Falls Manufacturing Company. The house occupies a sloping site which would have overlooked Elm Street, a major thoroughfare, when it was built. The house is stylistical...
Deertrees Theatre is a performing arts center located in Harrison, Maine, United States. The theatre was founded by the distinguished opera director and singing coach Enrica Clay Dillon in 1936 and is now owned and operated by the non-profit Deertrees Foundation. As home to the Deertrees Theatre Festival, the Sebago-Long Lake Music Festival, the BackStage Gallery, and the Salt Lick Cafe, Deertrees is one of the most active summer theatres in the Northeast. Listed on the National Register of Hist...
 Camp Mataponi (formerly known as Highland Nature Camps) is an all-girls sleepaway camp in Naples, Maine, United States for girls approximately 7 to 15 years old. Founded in 1910 by Eugene Lehman, the camp is situated on Sebago Lake and accounts for over 5,000 feet of lakefront property. Camp Mataponi has grown to accommodate about 330 campers. Originally, the camp was called Highland Nature Camps. In the 1940s, it was renamed to Camp Mataponi. The current directors of the camp are Marcy and Dan ...

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The Churchill Bridge is a historic bridge carrying Mountain Road over Bicknell Brook, in a rural corner of Buckfield, Maine. It is one of three documented stone lintel bridges in the state. It is a dry laid rubble stone structure which carries the road over the stream at a height of about 14 feet (4.3 m). The total length of the bridge is about 20 feet (6.1 m), and the clear span over the brook is 5 feet (1.5 m). The span is formed by five massive ledge stones laid on rubble abutments about 7 fe...
 
 
 Keystone Mineral Springs is an historic mineral water bottling facility on Keystone Spring Road in Poland, Maine. Located along the former right-of-way of Keystone Spring Road in eastern Poland, the facility consists of two structures, a spring house built c. 1885 and a bottling house built in 1929. The facilities are, along with the more well-known Poland Spring Bottling Plant and Spring House, the only known surviving elements of the early period of mineral water bottling in Maine. The propert...
 
The Waterford Historic District encompasses the well-preserved historic town center, also known as Waterford Flat, of the rural inland town of Waterford, Maine. Settled in 1775, the town grew around a site where Kedar Brook empties into Keoka Lake. The oldest surviving building, the Lake House, dates to 1797, while most of the houses were built before 1850. Prominent public buildings include a series designed by John Calvin Stevens, including the Knight Library, Wilkins Community Hall, and First...
 
 

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Stearns Hill Farm is a historic farm at 90 Stearns Hill Road in West Paris, Maine. The farm is a well-preserved property which has been in continuous agricultural use since the late 18th century, most of that time in ownership by a single family. The property includes 131 acres (53 ha), which only deviate modestly from the farms original boundaries, and it includes a traditional New England connected farmstead, and a high-drive bank barn, a type not normally seen in Maine. The property was liste...
 
 
 
 
 

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The Sam Perley Farm is a historic farmstead on Perley Road in Naples, Maine. The centerpiece of the farm is a 2-1- 2 story wood frame Federal style house built in 1809 by Thomas Perley, whose ancestor (also named Thomas) was one of the original proprietors of the town of Bridgton (from which Naples was later divided) in 1763. Thomas son Samuel (1817-1881) was a prominent local citizen, serving as president of the county agricultural society, and in the state legislature. He was also one of the f...
 Bar Harbor Airlines Flight 1808 was a scheduled flight from Logan International Airport to Bangor International Airport in the United States on August 25, 1985. On final approach to Auburn- Lewiston Municipal Airport, the Bar Harbor Airlines Beechcraft Model 99 crashed short of the runway, killing all six passengers and two crew on board. Among the passengers was Samantha Smith, a thirteen-year-old American schoolgirl who had become famous as a Goodwill Ambassador to the Soviet Union and who had...
 
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  The Oxford Congregational Church and Cemetery is a historic church and cemetery in Oxford, Maine, located on the east side of King Street, 0.2 miles (0.32 km) north of its junction with Maine State Route 121. Built in 1842-3, the church is architecturally significant as a good local example of Greek Revival and Gothic Revival style, and is artistically significant for a decorative stenciled trompe loeil artwork on the ceiling and sanctuary end wall. The property was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1994.  

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