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The Merrill-Poor House is a historic house and estate on Maine State Route 120 northeast of the village center of Andover, Maine. With construction dating to the late 1780s, the main house exemplifies the evolution of a frontier property. It is also significant as the birthplace of financier John A. Poor (1808-1871) and financial analyst Henry Varnum Poor (1812-1905), the latter of whom was responsible for its transformation into a summer estate in the late 19th century. The property was listed ...
The Andover Public Library is located on Church Street in Andover, Maine, United States. Although a private library funded by subscription was founded in the town in 1795, it was not until the establishment of the Andover Public Library Association in 1891 that movement to a publicly-funded library began. It was originally quartered in a room of the Andover Town Hall, until 1943, when its present building was purchased from a Universalist church organization. The building is one of only two octa...
The Andover Hook and Ladder Company Building is a historic fire station at 39 Elm Street in Andover, Maine. It is a long and narrow two-story wood frame structure. Its front (southern) elevation has a large opening on the first floor closed by a modern garage door on the ground floor, with a small rectangular window to the right. Above this are two widely-spaced sash windows. The side elevations each have five sash windows on the second floor; the east side also a single sash window on the first...
 

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Mount Blue State Park is a state-operated, public recreation area located in the town of Weld, Franklin County, Maine. The parks bifurcated land includes acreage on the west shore of Webb Lake as well as Mount Blue and other peaks to the east of the lake. The park is connected by road with the 9,990-acre (4,040 ha) Tumbledown Public Lands, the site of Little Jackson Mountain, Tumbledown Mountain, and Tumbledown Pond, an alpine lake near the top of Tumbledown and Little Jackson mountains. The par...
 

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The North Jay Grange Store is an historic Grange Hall and store on East Dixfield Road (Maine State Route 17) in the village of North Jay in Jay, Maine. It was built in 1895 by North Jay Grange No. 10 to replace its hall on the same site which had burned down earlier that year. Part of the building was later set aside for a Grange store. Closed in 1976, the Grange Store claimed to be the last of its type in the nation. On October 23, 1974, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places...
 
 

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The Dr. Moses Mason House is a historic house museum at the northeast corner of Broad Street and Mason Street in Bethel, Maine. Built c. 1813-15, it is notable as the home of one of Bethels early doctors and first postmaster, Moses Mason (1789-1866), and for the murals drawn on some of its walls by the itinerant artist (among other professions he engaged) Rufus Porter. The building was listed on the [National Register of Historic Places]] in 1972; it is now owned by the Bethel Historical Society...
The Gehring Clinic is a historic house and medical facility at the south end of Broad Street Historic District in Bethel, Maine. Built in 1896 for Doctor John George Gehring, it is a fine local example of Queen Anne architecture. It is recognized, however, for its association with Gehring, a nationally-known psychotherapist who was an early proponent of the use of hypnosis to treat nervous disorders. Gehring opened his large home has a rest home for those who traveled to Bethel to receive his tr...
 
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...
 
Angel Falls is a 90-foot (27 m) waterfall on Mountain Brook in Township D � northwest of Houghton � in the White Mountains of Franklin County, Maine. The remarkably scenic Angel Falls is a set of plunging tiers totaling 90 feet (27 m) in height, and with surrounding cliffs of 115 feet (35 m) in height. Flowing out of a 25-foot-wide gap (7.6 m) in the cliff, it is thought by many to be the tallest waterfall in Maine, tied for height with Moxie Falls, though this is not the case; as Katahdin F...
 
 

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  Mexico (CDP), Maine  

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  Mexico is a census-designated place (CDP) in the town of Mexico in Oxford County, Maine, United States. The population was 1,946 at the 2000 census.  

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