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Cities in Maine, County seats in Maine, Populated places established in 1763, Cities in Hancock County, Maine, Ellsworth, Maine, Hidden categories:, Articles needing additional references from May 2010, All articles needing additional references, Coordinates on Wikidata, All articles with unsourced statements, Articles with unsourced statements from April 2013, Articles needing cleanup from January 2014, All pages needing cleanup, Articles with sections that need to be turned into prose from Jan...
 The Agassiz Bedrock Outcrop is a geographic feature of Ellsworth, Maine that is significant in the history of geology. Located at 406 State Street (U.S. Route 1A), it is an outcrop of Ellsworth schist marked with striations created by glacial action between 25,000 and 13,000 years ago. This outcrop was analyzed by Harvard University geologist Louis Agassiz in 1864 and described in his groundbreaking 1867 paper, Glacial Phenomena in Maine. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places...
WKSQ (94.5 FM) is a radio station broadcasting an adult contemporary format. Licensed to Ellsworth, Maine, USA, the station serves the Bangor area. The station is currently owned by Blueberry Broadcasting. The station used to air The John Tesh Radio Show up to June 2009. WKSQ also airs Maine Black Bears football and mens hockey, sharing flagship status of the Black Bear Sports Network with WAEI. WKSQs programming is also simulcast in the Skowhegan market on WQSK (97.5 FM) in Madison, which was f...
 
 The Ellsworth Power House and Dam, the latter also known as the Union River Dam, is a hydroelectric power generation facility on the Union River in Ellsworth, Maine. The dam, located just north of downtown Ellsworth, impounds the river to create Leonard Lake, named for projects engineer, James Leonard. The powerhouse is a Renaissance Revival building located at the western end of the dam. The power plant, built in 1907, was one of the first peaking power plants built in the state, and the hollow...
 
 
 The Col. Charles and Mary Ann Jarvis Homestead is a historic house at 10 Surry Road in Ellsworth, Maine. Built in 1828, the house is architecturally significant as a fine example of transitional Federal-Greek Revival styling, based in part on the publications of Asher Benjamin. It is historically notable for its association with Charles Jarvis, a major landowner in the region. Jarvis was also an active participant in the military preparations of the bloodless Aroostook War, resulting from a long...
 
 Graham Lake in Hancock County, Maine is a eutrophic reservoir formed by the construction of a hydro-electric power dam in 1922 four miles (6 km) upstream from Ellsworth, Maine. The first dam was a hastily built earthen dam built by the Bangor Hydro Electric Company. It failed in 1923, flooding downtown Ellsworth and doing almost $8 million in property damage. The dam was rebuilt and operated by Bangor Hydro until its sale in 1999. The dam has since been acquired by Pennsylvania Power & Light whi...
 
 
 
 The former Surry Town Hall is located at 1217 Surry Road (Maine State Route 172) in the village of Surry, Maine. Built in East Surry in 1848, it served as town hall until 1844, and as a combined church and town hall until about 1881. It was then returned to exclusive municipal use until 1978; it is now home to the Surry Historical Society. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2008. The towns municipal offices are located in a modern facility on North Bend Road; town meeti...
 

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 WDEA (1370 AM) is a radio station broadcasting an adult standards format. Licensed to Ellsworth, Maine, USA, the station serves the Downeast Maine area. The station is owned by Townsquare Media and features programing from Westwood Ones adult standards format called Americas Best Music, with a local morning show hosted by Rick Foster. Previously, WDEA aired adult standards- MOR music from Citadel Medias Timeless. WDEA carries news on-the-hour and news features from the CBS Radio Network and has ...
 
 
 
 
 The East Branch Union River is a 21.6-mile-long (34.8 km) river in Hancock County, Maine. From the outflow of Rocky Pond (44°47�33�N 68°08�34�W 44.7924°N 68.1427°W 44.7924; -68.1427 (West Branch Union River source)) in Maine Township 22 M D, the river runs 5.3 miles (8.5 km) southwest to Spectacle Pond in Osborn. From the ponds outlet, the river runs 13.0 miles (20.9 km) northwest, southwest, west and southwest to Graham Lake, where it joins the West Branch to form the Un...
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Hancock County-Bar Harbor Airport (IATA: BHB, ICAO: KBHB, FAA LID: BHB) is a county owned, public use airport located in Trenton, Maine, eight nautical miles (9 mi, 15 km) northwest of the central business district of Bar Harbor, a city in Hancock County, Maine, United States. It serves the residents of Hancock County with commercial and charter aviation services. During the summer months, the airport becomes one of Maines busiest, with significant private jet operations bringing visitors to the...
 
 

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The Jed Prouty Tavern and Inn is an historic building at 57 Main Street in downtown Bucksport, Hancock County, Maine. It was built around 1780 as a two family home and converted into a tavern and inn around 1820. In this guise it hosted prominent national figures, including Daniel Webster and Presidents Martin Van Buren and William Henry Harrison. After standing largely vacant in the later 20th century, the building was converted an assisted living facility, and presently serves as a community s...
 
 
 
 The John Peters House is a historic house, and the centerpiece of the John Peters Estate on Peters Point in Blue Hill, Maine. Built in 1815 and enlarged c. 1900 and 1920, the property is historically significant for its association with John Peters, one of the first proprietors of Blue Hill, who arrived in the region in 1765, and was a prominent figure in local political and economic life for many years. His house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983; after serving for ...
 
Fort Knox, now Fort Knox State Park or Fort Knox State Historic Site, is located on the western bank of the Penobscot River in the town of Prospect, Maine, about 5 miles (8.0 km) from the mouth of the river. Built between 1844 and 1869, it was the first fort in Maine built of granite (instead of wood). It is named after Major General Henry Knox, the first U.S. Secretary of War and Commander of Artillery during the American Revolutionary War, who at the end of his life lived not far away in Thoma...
Bridges completed in 1931, Suspension bridges in the United States, U.S. Route 1, Bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in Maine, Historic Civil Engineering Landmarks, Buildings and structures in Hancock County, Maine, Transportation in Hancock County, Maine, Road bridges in Maine, Historic American Engineering Record in Maine, Former toll bridges in Maine, Hidden categories:, Pages using deprecated coordinates format, CS1 errors: dates, Commons category with local link same as on ...
 Barncastle, also known as Kline Cottage, is a historic house, now an inn and restaurant, at 125 South Street in Blue Hill, Maine, United States. It is one of the earliest and largest summer cottages in Blue Hill, and remains one of its most visible and idiosyncratic. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and originally called Ideal Lodge after the opera company founded by its builder, Effie Hinckley Ober, the house was finished in 1886 to a design by George Asa Clough, Blue Hill nat...
 

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 Shore Acres is a historic former summer hotel at 791 Lamoine Beach Road in Lamoine, Maine. With a possible construction history dating to about 1800, it is one of the coastal communitys oldest buildings, and is the only surviving 19th-century hostelry in the town. Extensively altered in 1887 and operated as an inn between 1887 and 1942 as the Des Isles Inn, it is now a summer rental property, located within walking distance of Lamoine Beach State Park. The property was listed on the National Reg...
 
 
 
 
 Unternehmen Elster (Operation Magpie in English) was a Nazi German mission to gather intelligence on military and technology facilities during World War II. The mission was commenced in 1944 with Nazi agents sailing from Kiel, Germany on the U-1230, coming ashore in Maine on November 29, 1944. Within a month the operation ended, resulting in espionage convictions for the agents. Widespread claims that this mission was intended to sabotage the Manhattan Project are without foundation in the docum...
 
 
 
 
 
 

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  Green Lake is a large stretch of freshwater lake located in the state of Maine, United States. It lies 17 miles (27 km) south of Bangor and 32 miles (51 km) north of Bar Harbor. Green Lake lies west of Route 180 and east of U.S. Route 1A and the Downeast Scenic Railroad. It is a popular tourist destination due to its sense of remoteness and natural beauty.  

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