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 The East Branch Sebasticook River is a tributary of the Sebasticook River in central Maine in the United States. It is part of the Kennebec River watershed. From the outflow of Lake Wassookeag (45°01�37�N 69°17�19�W 45.0270°N 69.2887°W 45.0270; -69.2887 (Sebasticook River source)) in Dexter, the river runs about 12.7 miles (20.4 km) south to Sebasticook Lake. From the outflow of the lake (44°50�23�N 69°16�33�W 44.83980°N 69.27595°W 44.83980; -69.27595...
 
 
 The Sebasticook Lake Fishweir Complex is a series of prehistoric fishing weir structures submerged in the waters of Sebasticook Lake in Newport, Maine. With radiocarbon dates as far back as 3000 BCE, it is one of the oldest structures of its type in North America, and the only one in eastern North America that has been directly dated. Its existence provides evidence of large-scale organization among Native Americans of the period in northeastern North America necessary to create structures of it...
 
 
 
 
 
 Zions Hill, also known as the Ralph Owen Brewster House, and now the Brewster Inn, is a historic house at 37 Zions Hill in Dexter, Maine. The house is a 1930s updating of an 1870s structure to a design by John Calvin Stevens and John Howard Stevens, who also designed the landscaping of the 2-acre (0.81 ha) property. This renovation was done for Ralph Owen Brewster, a prominent Maine politician who served as Governor of Maine and for two terms in the United States Senate, and created one of the m...
 
 The Dudleys Corner School House is a historic former school and civic building at the junction of Rosies Court (formerly Parkman Road) and Dudley Corner Roads in Skowhegan, Maine. With a possible construction date as early as 1804, was Skowhegans first site for town meetings and elections, also seeing use as a school and church. It was used primarily as a school between 1849 and 1921, and has been used since then by community groups. The modest Greek Revival building is the least-altered of Skow...
 
 

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Skowhegan- ska��hi�ɡ�n- is the county seat of Somerset County, Maine, United States. Skowhegan was originally inhabited by Abenaki Indians who named the area Skowhegan, meaning watching place [for fish]. The native population was massacred or driven from the area during the 4th Anglo-Abenaki War. As of the 2010 census, the town population was 8,589. Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture is an internationally known residency program for artists, though it is technically located in ...
 
 
 
 

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The Lakewood Theater is a theater complex at 76 Theatre Road in Madison, Maine, on the shores of Lake Wesserunsett. Founded in 1898 but only properly developed in 1901, it is one of the oldest summer theaters in the United States. The theater was in the 1920s and 1930s one of the major off-Broadway stops, and now plays host to touring productions each summer. The main auditorium is located on a former 1882 religious camp meeting sanctuary that was extensively altered in 1925-26 to accommodate th...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Unity Pond (Lake Winnecook) is the largest lake in Waldo County, Maine. It is within the towns of Unity, Burnham, and Troy. The main tributaries are Meadow Brook, Bithers Brook, and Carlton Stream. The sole outflow is Twenty-Five Mile Stream, via a wetlands to the southwest of the pond, which in turn feeds into the Sebasticook River. The pond is surrounded by almost 300 residences, of which slightly more than half are seasonal. It is also used for boating, fishing, camping, and swimming. Kanokol...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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 The Walter and Eva Burgess Farm was a historic farm at 257 Shaw Road in the rural southwestern part of Dover-Foxcroft, Maine known as Macomber Corner. The main farmstead, including a house and barn, were built in 1914 after the 19th-century farmstead was destroyed by fire. The property represented a virtually intact and well-preserved early 20th-century farmstead of rural Maine, and was stylistically distinctive because not very much new farm construction took place at that time in the state. Th...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Unity College is a private, liberal arts college in Unity, Waldo County, Maine. It is located 35 miles (56 km) southwest of Bangor, Maine and 25 miles (40 km) from the Maine coast. The college offers an undergraduate education that emphasizes the environment and natural resources throughout the academic program. In 2010 it was named to the Princeton Review list of the eighteen leading green colleges, having received the highest possible rating. In 2010, Unity College was named to the top 30 of t...
 
The Norridgewock Free Public Library is the principal public library of Norridgewock, Maine. It has two facilities: the main branch at 40 Mercer Road, and a smaller branch at the corner of Sophie May Lane and Madison Road. The latter building was the librarys first building, and is an architecturally distinguished Greek Revival structure built in 1841. It was given to the town in 1903 by Rebecca Sophia Clarke, best known as a writer of childrens literature under the pen name Sophie May, and is l...
 
 
 
 

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  Hartland is a town in Somerset County, Maine, United States. The population was 1,782 at the 2010 census.  

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