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 The Straw House is a historic house, now a bed and breakfast inn called the Trebor Mansion Inn, at 11A Golda Court in Guilford, Maine. The elegant Queen Anne Victorian was built c. 1832, and extensively altered in the 1880s by David Straw to achieve its present appearance. An electrical fire in 2004 did extensive damage to the building, but it has been largely restored to its 1880s appearance. Its walls feature artwork by the itinerant 19th-century artist Moses Eaton. The house was listed on the...
 
 
The Edward Cogswell House, also known as the Bliss House, is a historic house at 1429 Hopeville Road in Griswold, Connecticut. It is a 2-1- 2 story wood frame structure, five bays wide, with a large central chimney, clapboard siding, and a stone foundation. A 1-1- 2 story ell extends to the rear. With its oldest portion estimated to date to 1740, it is one of Guilfords few 18th-century buildings. The oldest section may be the ell, a not uncommon occurrence for houses of the period. The house and...
The Mattabesett Trail is a 50-mile (80 km) long, hook-shaped Blue-Blazed hiking trail in central Connecticut and a part of the New England National Scenic Trail. One half of the trail follows the high traprock ridges of the Metacomet Ridge, from Totoket Mountain in Guilford, Connecticut to Lamentation Mountain in Meriden, Connecticut from south to north. This ridge is known for its biodiversity, miles of scenic cliffs, and rugged hiking. The second half of the trail extends north from Guilford t...
 The Dudleytown Historic District, also known as Clapboard Hill is a historic district in Guilford, Connecticut, located about 1.5 miles northeast of the town center. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1991. The district includes examples of Colonial Revival, Early Republic, and Greek Revival architecture. The area was originally the property of William Dudley, one of the original English settlers of the town of Guilford in 1639, and includes a cemetery, agricultural out...
The Comfort Starr House, located at 138 State St., Guilford, Connecticut, is a classic saltbox house with an added leanto. It is presumed that the original house was built between 1645 and 1646. The house derives its name from Comfort Starr who bought the house from the original builder, a Guilford signer (settler), Henry Kingsnorth, in 1694. Comfort Starrs ancestor was an English physician of the same name who left Kent, United Kingdom and settled in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he was a fou...
The Griswold House is a historic house at 171 Boston Street in Guilford, Connecticut. It is a 2-1- 2 story wood frame structure, three bays wide, with a large central chimney. A leanto section to the rear gives the house a classic New England saltbox appearance. The house was probably built in the first or second decade of the 18th century by Thomas Griswold, a local blacksmith. It remained in the hands of his descendants until 1958, when it was acquired by the Guilford Keeping Society. It was a...
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The Thomas Burgis II House is a historic house at 85 Boston Street in Guilford, Connecticut. It is a 2-1- 2 story wood frame structure, five bays wide, with a large central chimney. The oldest portion of the house, the front portion of the main block, dates to c. 1735, and was extended c. 1800 to give it the present saltbox configuration. A wing extends to the main blocks left. It is one of Guilfords oldest and best-documented houses, with a deed chain for the property extending to the 17th cent...
The Henry Whitfield House is a historic house located at 248 Old Whitfield Street in Guilford, Connecticut, down the street from the town green. This house dates from 1639, having been built just before the town of Guilford was settled. It is the oldest house in Connecticut and the oldest stone house in New England. The house, with its massive stone walls, also served as a fort to protect the community. Henry Whitfield, for whom the house was built, was a Puritan minister who had come from Engla...

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 The Pelatiah Leete House is a historic house at 575 Leetes Island Road in Guilford, Connecticut, United States. It is a 2-1- 2 story wood frame structure, five bays wide, with a large central chimney and a center entrance. The rear of the house has an extended leanto section, giving the house a classic New England colonial saltbox appearance. The house was built in 1710 by Pelatiah Leete, the grandson of William Leete, a governor of the New Haven Colony. It is the oldest surviving house of sever...
Falkner Island Light, also known as the Faulkner Island Lighthouse, is a lighthouse in Connecticut, United States, on Falkner Island which is off Guilford Harbor on Long Island Sound. The lighthouse was constructed in 1802 and commissioned by President Thomas Jefferson. The lighthouse has had three keepers houses: the original house of 1802 was rebuilt in 1851 and then again in 1871. The 1871 keepers house survived to 1976, when it was destroyed by fire; the Coast Guard repaired and automated th...
Falkner Island (also called Faulkners Island) is a 2.87-acre (1.16 ha) crescent-shaped island located in Long Island Sound 3 miles (5 km) off the coast of Guilford, Connecticut, United States. The island has been visited by the Native Americans for thousands of years. Its Quinnipiac name is Massancummock, meaning the place of the great fish hawks. In 1641, Henry Whitfield and the founders of Guilford purchased the island from the Mohegan tribes sachem, Uncas, as part of a transaction for the lan...
 Horse Island, at 17 acres (69,000 m²), is the largest of the Thimble Islands off Stony Creek, a section of Branford, Connecticut. It is owned by Yale University and is maintained as an ecological laboratory by Yales Peabody Museum of Natural History. It was purchased and donated to the university in 1971 as a convenient addition to the Yale Coastal Field Station in nearby Guilford, which has its own dock and boats. Since then, however, the thrust of biological research at Yale and elsewhere has...
 Rockwells Mills Historic District is a national historic district located at Guilford in Chenango County, New York. The district includes 26 contributing buildings including approximately 20 houses with associated houses and a stone textile mill. Included is the large Italianate style Crandall Residence (1867�1868), historically the mill owners house, and the stone mill building. The other residences are disbursed along New York State Route 8. In 1947, the mill was converted for use as a resta...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The First Unitarian Church in Baltimore, Maryland was the first building erected for Unitarians in the United States. Dedicated on 29 October 1818, the church is a domed cube with a stucco exterior. The church, originally called the First Independent Church of Baltimore, is the oldest building continuously used by a Unitarian congregation. The name was changed in 1935 to The First Unitarian Church of Baltimore (Unitarian and Univeralist) following the merger with the former Second Universalist C...
Franklin Street Presbyterian Church and Parsonage is a historic Presbyterian church located at 100 West Franklin Street at Cathedral Street, northwest corner in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. The church is a rectangular Tudor Gothic building dedicated in 1847, with an addition in 1865. The front features two 60 foot flanking octagonal towers are also crenelated and have louvered belfry openings and stained glass Gothic-arched windows. The parsonage has walls of brick, heavy Tudor-Gothic win...
Baltimore City Hall is the official seat of government of the City of Baltimore, in the State of Maryland. The City Hall houses the offices of the Mayor and those of the City Council of Baltimore. The building also hosts the city Comptroller, some various city departments, agencies and boards- commissions along with the historic chambers of the Baltimore City Council. Situated on a city block bounded by East Lexington Street on the north, Guilford Avenue (formerly North Street) on the west, East...
 
American Civil War sites, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania in the American Civil War, Populated places on the Underground Railroad, County seats in Pennsylvania, Populated places established in 1734, Boroughs in Franklin County, Pennsylvania, Boroughs in Pennsylvania, Hidden categories:, Pages using duplicate arguments in template calls, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from June 2010, Articles with dead external links from April 2012, Use mdy date...Chambersburg is a borough in the South Central region of Pennsylvania, United States. It is 13 miles (21 km) miles north of Maryland and the Mason-Dixon line and 52 miles (84 km) southwest of Harrisburg in the Cumberland Valley, which is part of the Great Appalachian Valley. Chambersburg is the county seat of Franklin County. According to the United States Census Bureau the 2010 population was 20,268. When combined with the surrounding Greene, Hamilton, and Guilford Townships, the population of ...
 
The Waynesboro Area Senior HIgh School is a midsized, suburban public high school located in Franklin County, Pennsylvania. It is the sole high school operated by the Waynesboro Area School District. It serves the boroughs of Waynesboro and Mont Alto, as well as all of Washington Township and Quincy Township, and a portion of Guilford Township. In 2013, enrollment was reported as 1,272 pupils in 9th through 12th grades, with 24% of pupils eligible for a free lunch due to family poverty. Addition...
 
 
Round Hill Historic District is a national historic district located at Round Hill, Loudoun County, Virginia. It encompasses 204 contributing buildings, 1 contributing site, and 1 contributing structure in the town of Round Hill. It includes a variety of residential, commercial, and institutional buildings, with the majority built between 1880 and 1920. Notable buildings include the Gregg-Parks-Potts House (c. 1775), Guilford Gregg Store (c. 1851), Sagamore Hall, James Copeland House (1886), Hib...

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Browns Summit (sometimes called Brown Summit) is a small unincorporated community in Guilford County, North Carolina, United States. It lies just northeast of Greensboro, near the intersections of North Carolina Highway 150 and U.S. Route 29 along the future Interstate 785 in Guilford County, Latitude 36.212°N & Longitude -79.713°W. Elevation is 801 feet. The single public elementary school is a part of the Guilford County school system. The zip code for Browns Summit is 27214 and it is in the...
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Three College Observatory (TCO) is an astronomical observatory owned and operated by The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG), North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University (N.C. A&T), and Guilford College (GC). Built in 1979, it is located 10 kilometers (6 mi) south of Graham, North Carolina (USA), in the Cane Creek Mountains. The observatorys primary instrument is a 32 in (81 cm) Ritchey-Chrétien reflecting telescope attached to an equatorial mount. It was built by S...
 
 
 
African-American history of North Carolina, Properties of religious function on the National Register of Historic Places in North Carolina, Gothic Revival churches in North Carolina, Churches completed in 1885, 19th-century churches, Churches in Guilford County, North Carolina, National Register of Historic Places in Guilford County, North Carolina, Guilford County, North Carolina Registered Historic Place stubs, North Carolina church stubs, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, All stub ... 
 
 Whitsett Historic District is a national historic district located at Whitsett, Guilford County, North Carolina. The district encompasses 38 contributing buildings, 1 contributing site, and 5 contributing structures in the crossroads village of Whitsett. The contributing resources were built between 1894 and 1921, and developed around the Whitsett Institute, that operated from 1884 to 1919. Located in the district and separately listed is Holly Gate. Other notable buildings include the Queen Ann...
 Summerfield Historic District is a national historic district located at Summerfield, Guilford County, North Carolina. The district encompasses 33 contributing buildings and 2 contributing structures in the crossroads village of Summerfield. Notable buildings include the Henry Clay Brittain Store (Summerfield Town Hall, c. 1870), the Ogburn Store (c. 1870s), the two-story double-pile Greek Revival style Alexander Strong Martin House (c. 1840), and the Queen Anne style Henry Clay Brittain House (...
 
 Foust-Carpenter and Dean Dick Farms are two historic farms and national historic district located near Whitsett, Guilford County, North Carolina. The district encompasses 27 contributing buildings and 1 contributing site and includes houses and agricultural outbuildings dating from the late-19th to mid-20th century. They include the John C. and Barbara Foust House (c. 1898), Tenant House John B. and Lucille Carpenter House, two barns, corn crib, packhouse, tobacco barn (c. 1920s, 1947), Tenant H...
East White Oak School, Former, also known as East White Oak Community Center, is a historic school building for African-American students located at Greensboro, Guilford County, North Carolina. It was built in 1916, and is a one-story, seven bay, Colonial Revival style frame building. It features a portico supported by four solid wood columns. One-story additions were built in the 1920s or 1930s to form a square-shaped building. The school closed in 1946, and subsequently housed a YMCA and commu...
Churches in Greensboro, North Carolina, Presbyterian churches in North Carolina, Cemeteries in North Carolina, Protestant Reformed cemeteries, Properties of religious function on the National Register of Historic Places in North Carolina, Federal architecture in North Carolina, Colonial Revival architecture in North Carolina, National Register of Historic Places in Guilford County, North Carolina, Guilford County, North Carolina Registered Historic Place stubs, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on...Buffalo Presbyterian Church and Cemetery is a historic Presbyterian church complex and cemetery located at 800 and 803 Sixteenth Street in Greensboro Guilford County, North Carolina. The Federal-style church sanctuary was built in 1827, and updated and expanded in 1919-1920 in the Colonial Revival style by architect Harry Barton (1876-1937). It was expanded again in 1956. Flanking the sanctuary are two-story Colonial Revival-style educational buildings linked to it by one-story arcades. The rect...

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  Guilford is a census-designated place (CDP) in the town of Guilford in Piscataquis County, Maine, United States. The population was 945 at the 2000 census.  

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