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 Falmouth High School is a public high school located in the town of Falmouth, Maine. The school serves roughly 720 students in grades 9�12. Located on the Woodville Road Campus, the current Falmouth High School was completed in 2001, and opened for the 2001�2002 school year. Previously the school was shared with Falmouth Middle School, and from 1930 to 1955 was in the Plummer-Motz building located on the corner of Middle and Lunt Roads. Falmouth High School is located near the geographic cen...
Mackworth Island is an approximately 100-acre (40 ha) island in Falmouth, Maine, adjacent to its border with Portland, Maine. In 1631, Sir Ferdinando Gorges gave the island to Arthur Mackworth, his deputy in Casco Bay, and the island has retained his name. There is a causeway connecting the island to the mainland in Falmouth. Visitors to the island must pass by a tollhouse; cars can enter the island but parking is limited. There is a footpath around the perimeter of the island with views of Falm...
 Cow Island is a 26-acre (11 ha) island in Casco Bay, Maine, off Great Diamond Island, about 3 miles (4.8 km) northeast of downtown Portland, and is part of the Town of Long Island in Cumberland County. A non-profit youth development organization called Rippleffect owns the island and has the responsibility to protect the islands natural ecosystem as well as the islands public access. Ironically, the main export of Cow Island was goats milk.citation needed] The west side of the island is public ...
 
 
 
 The Piscataqua River is an 11.9-mile-long (19.2 km) tributary of the Presumpscot River in the U.S. state of Maine. Via the Presumpscot River, it is part of the watershed of Casco Bay, an arm of the Atlantic Ocean. It rises at the outlet of Forest Lake in the southern corner of the town of Gray, flows briefly northeast, then turns southeast and enters the town of Cumberland. Continuing southwest, it enters Falmouth, turns more south-southeast, and reaches the Presumpscot River just north of the I...
 
 Great Diamond Island is an island in Casco Bay, Maine. It is part of the city of Portland, Maine. As of the 2000 census, the island had a year-round population of 77. The island is not accessible from the mainland by motor vehicle and has a limited network of roads. The primary modes of transportation are golf carts and bicycles. This fact has become a selling point for the island, marketing the area as car free and kid friendly. The island was used as a military base starting in the late 19th c...
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The Eastern Promenade (Eastern Prom) is a historic promenade, 68.2 acres (27.6 ha) public park and recreation area in Portland, Maine. Construction of the Promenade began in 1836 and continued periodically until 1934. The 1.5 miles (2.4 km) park was designed by the Olmsted Brothers design firm and experienced its greatest expansion from the 1880s to the 1910s. The Promenade rings around the Munjoy Hill neighborhood and occupies the farthest eastern portion of Portlands peninsula. The Promenade i...
 
 
 
 
 
The Portland Observatory is a historic maritime signal tower at 138 Congress Street in the Munjoy Hill section of Portland, Maine. Built in 1807, it is the only known surviving tower of its type in the United States. Using both a telescope and signal flags, two-way communication between ship and shore was possible several hours before an incoming vessel reached the docks. The tower was designated a National Historic Landmark in 2006; it is now managed by a local nonprofit as a museum, and is ope...
The Yarmouth Clam Festival is an annual three-day event which takes place in the American town of Yarmouth, Maine, during the third weekend in July. Established in 1965 as a successor to the towns late-August Old Home Week, it is hosted by the Yarmouth Chamber of Commerce, with the aim of raising money for around forty local non-profit organizations, churches, and school groups. The event draws visitors from all over the country. As a result, Yarmouth, a town with a population of around 9,000, a...
 
 Greely High School is a public high school for grades 9 to 12 located in Cumberland, Maine, United States. The enrollment is approximately 715 students. It also has a professional teaching staff of 64 and 50% of the teachers have advanced degrees. Greely High School is a part of Maine School Administrative District 51, which serves the towns of Cumberland and North Yarmouth. The school completed a 10 million dollar addition- renovation in 2009. It adopted the highly prestigious International Bac...

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The Eastern Cemetery is a historic cemetery at the intersection of Washington Avenue and Congress Street in the East Bayside neighborhood of Portland, Maine. Located at the base of Munjoy Hill, the Eastern Cemetery is the oldest major cemetery in Portland. Established in 1668, it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. Mary Greens head and foot stone mark the oldest known burial of May 23, 1717. The cemetery was active until the 1860s. It totals approximately 5.3 acres (2...
The Abyssinian Meeting House is a historic house built by free African-Americans in Portland, Maine at 73�75 Newbury Street in the Munjoy Hill and downtown neighborhoods. Throughout the years, the Abyssinian was a place for worship and revivals, abolition and temperance meetings, speakers and concerts, the Female Benevolent Society, the Portland Union Anti-Slavery Society and negro conventions, and the black school in Portland from the mid-1840s through the mid-1850s. The building is the only ...
 
 Mayo Street Arts is a community arts and performance venue in the East Bayside neighborhood of Portland, Maine. It was founded in 2010 after leasing the formerly closed St. Angsar Church. Located next to Kennedy Park, a public housing development and close to many other public housing areas, it is known for its Childrens Puppet Workshop, which incorporates Portlands professional artist community and many children of immigrant families which focuses on puppetry and story-telling. Mayo Street Arts...
 East Bayside is a neighborhood in Portland, Maine. It was first developed a street network in the early 19th century. By the 1820s the area was Portland�s second seaport via the Back Cove�s ship channel. Much of the debris from the great Portland fire of 1866 was deposited into Back Cove, significantly increasing the size of East Bayside. Maps produced around 1900 show an extension of the shoreline out to Marginal Way. The shoreline would not change again until the construction of the Inters...
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 The Battle of Falmouth (also known as the Battle of Fort Loyal) (May 16-20, 1690) involved Joseph-François Hertel de la Fresnière and Baron de St Castin leading troops as well as the Wabanaki Confederacy (Mikmaq and Maliseet from Fort Meductic) in New Brunswick to capture and destroy Fort Loyal and the English settlement on the Falmouth neck (site of present-day Portland, Maine), then part of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. The commander of the fort was Captain Sylvanus Davis. After two days of ...

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 Hope Island is a privately owned island in Casco Bay near the city of Portland, Maine, United States. It is a part of the Town of Chebeague Island, in Cumberland County. The 89-acre (36 ha) island was considered for an LNG terminal. Developer John Cacoulidis and his wife Phyllis bought the island in 1993. In addition to the existing 10,000 sq. ft. house built in 1913 with nine bedrooms, seven bathrooms and five fireplaces, the Cacoulidises built there a separate 3,300-square-foot guest house, a ...
 
 
 Catherine McAuley High School of Portland, Maine is an all-girls college preparatory school that is run by the Sisters of Mercy. It is located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Portland. McAuley is the only single-sex high school in the state of Maine. The school was established by the Sisters of Mercy in 1969 and is named for their founder, the Catherine McAuley. Catherine McAuley High School is the successor school of two other all-womens Mercy schools, Saint Josephs Academy (1881�1969) and C...
 
 
 
Battery Steele (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Battery Construction #102) is a United States military fortification on Peaks Island, Portland, Maine in Casco Bay. Completed in 1942 as part of World War II, it is located on 14 acres (5.7 ha) on the oceanside area of the island. It is named for Harry Lee Steele, who was a coastal artillery officer during World War I. It was armed with two 16-inch MkIIMI guns and, with a 12-inch gun battery at Fort Levett on Cushing Island, replaced all previous heav...
 
 
 
 
Chebeague Island is an island town in Cumberland County, Maine, United States, located in Casco Bay, 10 miles (16 km) from Portland. These islands are sometimes referred to as an older, now archaic term The Calendar Islands because there was once a belief that the approximate number of islands was 365. The actual number is fewer than two hundred. Great Chebeague was a part of the town of Cumberland until July 1, 2007, when it became the town of Chebeague Island. As of the 2010 census, the town h...

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House Island is a private island in Portland Harbor in Casco Bay, Maine, United States. It is part of the City of Portland. The island is only accessible by boat. Public access is prohibited, except for an on request tour sanctioned by the islands owners. House Island includes three buildings on the east side and Fort Scammell on the west side. The buildings are used as summer residences. The islands name derives from the site of an early European house, believed that built by Capt. Christopher ...
 
Evergreen Cemetery is a garden style cemetery in Portland, Maine, United States. With 239 acres (0.97 km2) of land, it is the largest cemetery in the state. It was established in 1855 in Saccarappa (Westbrook, Maine) and became the areas main cemetery after the Western Cemetery. As of March 2011, only 110 acres (0.45 km2) of the 239 acres (0.97 km2) were used for cemetery-related activities. The Cemetery holds the records for Forest City Cemetery in South Portland. In April 2014, it was announce...
 
Lincoln Middle School is a middle school in the Deering Center neighborhood of Portland, Maine. The school is located on Stevens Avenue, which has the unusual distinction of having an elementary school, middle school, two high schools, and a college all situated on it. The new principal of the school as of the 2014�2015 school year is Suellyn Santiago who was the assistant principal and a math teacher previously. Lincoln Middle school is divided into houses, 2 for each grade (6,7,8). The stude...
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  Falmouth Foreside is a census-designated place (CDP) within the town of Falmouth in Cumberland County, Maine, in the United States. As of the 2010 census, the CDP population was 1,511. It is part of the Portland�South Portland�Biddeford, Maine Metropolitan Statistical Area.  

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