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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...
 WKTJ-FM is an American FM radio station licenced to Farmington, Maine and on air as Big Hits 99-3 KTJ. The station has been on the air since 1973 but an AM station (co-owned and off the air since the early 1990s) with the same call letters dates back to 1959. WKTJ is the only commercial radio station located in Franklin County, Maine (Non-Commercial radio stations WRGY in Rangeley and University of Maine at Farmingtons WUMF also originate from the county). With it being the only local radio stat...
 
 
 
The First Congregational Church, United Church of Christ, also known as the New Old South Congregational Church, is a historic church at 235 Main Street in Farmington, Maine. The congregations present sanctuary is a brick Romanesque structure designed by George M. Coombs and was completed in 1887. It is the towns finest 19th-century church, and one of the most architecturally sophisticated in the region. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. The congregation, establi...
The Little Red Schoolhouse, also known as Briggs Schoolhouse, is a historic schoolhouse in Farmington, Maine. The one-room wood-frame schoolhouse was built in 1852, and originally stood on the Wilton Road (Maine State Route 4) at Red Schoolhouse Road. It served Farmington as the Briggs District school until 1958, and is one of the communitys few surviving district school buildings. It was then used as a space for special needs students before being finally closed in 1969. It was moved the Frankl...
Merrill Hall, located at Main and Academy Streets in Farmington, Maine, is the oldest building on the campus of the University of Maine at Farmington, and the oldest public building on all of the campuses of the University of Maine system. It was designed by George C. Coombs of Lewiston and built in 1898, replacing the schools original 1864 building, but includes an ell dating to 1888. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. It currently houses administrative offices o...
 WUMF is the student run radio station of the University of Maine Farmington, located in Farmington, Maine broadcasting on 91.5 FM. Previous to occupying the 91.5 frequency WUMF was located on several frequencies including 91.9, 92.3, 100.5, and 100.1 (the station moved off 92.3 to make room for a WMME upgrade. The station reports music played to College Music Journal however popular music can be heard, as well as talk and sports programming. Until 2010, WUMF was a grandfathered Class D station, ...

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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...
 
 
 
Historic districts in Maine, Houses completed in 1821, Houses on the National Register of Historic Places in Maine, Houses in Androscoggin County, Maine, Museums in Androscoggin County, Maine, Living museums in Maine, Hidden categories:, Articles needing cleanup from August 2014, All pages needing cleanup, Articles with close paraphrasing from August 2014, All articles with close paraphrasing, Articles that may contain original research from August 2014, All articles that may contain original re...
 
 

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 The Ingalls House is a historic house on Main Street in Mercer, Maine. Built c. 1835-37, it is a particularly elaborate local example of Greek Revival architecture, made more distinctive by the relatively advanced use of stoves as a heating system at the time of its construction. The house was built by a son-in-law of American Revolutionary War General Henry Knox, and was owned for many years by Hannibal Ingalls, a prominent local businessman. It was listed on the National Register of Historic P...
 
 
 
 
 
 

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  Wilton is a census-designated place (CDP) in the town of Wilton in Franklin County, Maine, United States. The population was 2,290 at the 2000 census.  

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