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Buildings and structures in Augusta, Maine, Colonial forts in Maine, National Historic Landmarks in Maine, Infrastructure completed in 1754, British forts in the United States, Museums in Kennebec County, Maine, Military and war museums in Maine, History museums in Maine, Living museums in Maine, Visitor attractions in Augusta, Maine, Log buildings and structures in the United States, Forts in Maine, Forts on the National Register of Historic Places in Maine, 1754 establishments in Massachusetts...
The Cushnoc Archeological Site, also known as Cushnoc (ME 021.02) or Koussinoc^ or Coussinoc, is an archaeological site in Augusta, Maine that was the location of a 17th-century trading post operated by English colonists from Plymouth Colony in present-day Massachusetts. The trading post was built in 1628 and lies on the Kennebec River. It is adjacent to Fort Western, an 18th-century stockade fort around which the city of Augusta grew. The site is significant as it provides a window into trading...
 
Kennebec Arsenal is a historic arsenal on Arsenal Street in Augusta, Maine. Largely developed between 1828 and 1838 in part because of border disputes with neighboring New Brunswick, it was designated a National Historic Landmark District in 2000 as a good example of a nearly intact early 19th-century munitions storage facility. The arsenal property was garrisoned until 1901, after which it was turned over to the State of Maine as an expansion of the adjacent Maine State Hospital. The state for ...
 
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The Maine Womens Hall of Fame was created in 1990 to honor the achievements of women associated with the U.S. state of Maine. The induction ceremonies are held each year during March, designated as Womens History Month. Nominees are chosen by the public via an online nomination form. The University of Maine at Augusta displays the hall of fame in its Bennett D. Katz Library, and also hosts the hall of fame online at the universitys website. The nomination form lists three criteria for eligibilit...
 The University of Maine at Augusta (UMA) is located in the state capital of Augusta, Maine, and is a part of the University of Maine System. UMA is a regional state university providing baccalaureate and select associate degrees to meet the educational, economic and cultural needs of Central Maine. With campuses in Augusta and Bangor, and courses offered on-line and across the state, UMA specializes in delivering professional programs to both recent high school graduates and adults returning to ...
 
 
 
The Directors Quarters, Togus Veterans Administration Center, previously known as the Governors House, is a historic house on the grounds of the Veterans Administration (VA) facility in Togus, Maine. The house, built in 1869, is historically significant as the only surviving structure of the first National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, esablished at Togus in 1866 to serve American Civil War veterans. It was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1974. It is a contributing element of ...
 
The Hubbard Free Library is the public library serving Hallowell, Maine and the surrounding communities of Chelsea and Farmingdale. Built in 1879-80, it is the oldest library building in Maine built for that purpose. It was designed by architect Alexander C. Currier to resemble an English country church. Dedicated in 1880 as the Hallowell Library, it was renamed the Hubbard Free Library in 1894, after a $20,000 donation from philanthropist Thomas Hubbard. The building is a contributing property ...
 
 
 
 

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 The West Branch Sheepscot River is a 24.9-mile-long (40.1 km) river in Maine. The branch originates in the northwest corner of Palermo (44°27�27�N 69°25�20�W 44.4575°N 69.4222°W 44.4575; -69.4222 (West Branch Sheepscot River source)) and flows southwesterly through Branch Pond and the village of Weeks Mills in the town of China. The branch then flows southerly through the town of Windsor to a confluence with the Sheepscot River between Coopers Mills and North Whitefield. ...
 
 
 
 
 
 
Readfield (- �ɹid fild- ) is a town in Kennebec County, Maine, United States. The population was 2,598 at the 2010 census. Readfield is home to the Kents Hill School, a preparatory school, Maranacook Community Schools, public schools for the district, a few summer camps, and the annual Readfield Heritage Days. The town contains four lakes, including Maranacook Lake. The town of Readfield was previously named Pond Town. Readfield is included in the Augusta, Maine micropolitan New England City ...
 
 
 
 

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National Historic Landmarks in Maine, Government buildings completed in 1755, Infrastructure completed in 1755, French and Indian War forts, Colonial forts in Maine, Forts in Maine, British forts in the United States, Buildings and structures in Kennebec County, Maine, Protected areas of Kennebec County, Maine, Maine state historic sites, Visitor attractions in Kennebec County, Maine, Historic American Buildings Survey in Maine, Winslow, Maine, Forts on the National Register of Historic Places i...Fort Halifax is a former British colonial outpost on the banks of the Sebasticook River, just above its mouth at the Kennebec River, in Winslow, Maine. Originally built as a wooden palisaded star fort in 1754, during the French and Indian War, only a single blockhouse survives. A National Historic Landmark, it is the oldest blockhouse in the United States. It is now set in a municipal park, and is open to the public in the warmer months. It was the first of three significant forts which the Brit...
 
 
Tributaries of the Kennebec River, Rivers of Kennebec County, Maine, Rivers of Penobscot County, Maine, Rivers of Piscataquis County, Maine, Rivers of Somerset County, Maine, Rivers of Waldo County, Maine, Winslow, Maine, Dexter, Maine, Pittsfield, Maine, Rivers of Maine, Landforms of Kennebec County, Maine, Landforms of Penobscot County, Maine, Landforms of Piscataquis County, Maine, Landforms of Somerset County, Maine, Landforms of Waldo County, Maine, Maine geography stubs, Hidden categories:...The Sebasticook River is a 76-mile-long (122 km) river in the central part of Maine, in the United States. From its source (45°03�17�N 69°13�36�W 45.05480°N 69.22655°W 45.05480; -69.22655 (Sebasticook River source)) in Dexter, the upper Main Stream section flows generally west and south 30 miles (48 km) to Great Moose Lake. From the outlet of the lake (44°53�05�N 69°27�13�W 44.8848°N 69.4536°W 44.8848; -69.4536 (Great Moose Lake Dam)) in Hartland, ...
 

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  Cony High School is a public school located in Augusta, Maine that educates students from 7th to 12th grade. Cony draws its students from Augusta, as well as the surrounding communities of Chelsea, China, Jefferson, Palermo, Somerville, Vassalboro, Whitefield, and Windsor.  

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