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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...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Maine School Administrative District 68 (often known as MSAD68) consists of two public schools in Dover-Foxcroft, Maine. The district serves the towns of Dover-Foxcroft, Monson, Sebec, Charleston, and smaller communities. Students are often bussed in from these outlying towns. It is the largest of four school districts in Piscataquis County. Dover-Foxcroft has since become a hub for MSAD 68, as Monson was the final town outside Dover-Foxcroft to have a school in the district until the end of the...
 
  
 
 
 
 The Observer Building is a historic commercial and residential building at 128 Union Square in Dover-Foxcroft, Maine. Built in 1854, it is an architecturally unusual Greek Revival wood-frame flatiron triangular building with a variable-pitch gable roof. In addition to its architectural significance, it is also historically significant as the home for many years of The Piscataquis Observer, one of Maines oldest weekly newspapers. The building is now owned by the Dover-Foxcroft Historical Society,...
 
 SeDoMoCha Elementary and Middle Schools are both primary schools located in Dover-Foxcroft, Maine. During its first incarnation, it was a junior high school which included grades 6�8 in the MSAD 68 school district which comprises the towns of Dover-Foxcroft, Monson, Sebec, and Charleston with several other smaller communities. Currently the complex comprises students from pre-K to 8th grade from these communities. Students are bussed in, dropped off by parents, walk, or use other transportatio...
 
Dover-Foxcroft is a town in Piscataquis County, Maine, United States, and the countys largest town and county seat. The population was 4,213 at the 2010 census. Dover-Foxcroft is home to the Maine Whoopie Pie Festival, an annual one-day event which takes place in late June each year. It started in 2009 to honor the whoopie pie. The whoopie pie became the official state treat of Maine in 2013. The 2012 festival brought 5,000 people to the town while the 2014 event brought in more than 7,500 atten...

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 The Swedish Lutheran Church (also known as the Old Church Hostel) is a historic former Swedish Lutheran church building on Wilkins and Hebron Streets in Monson, Maine. The church was established by Swedish immigrants to Maine and built by them in 1890. It is architecturally distinctive as an uncommon example of Swedish-influenced religious architecture in Maine, and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984. The building is now a study center of the Areopagus II America Inst...
 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...
 The Monson Community Church is a Christian congregation affiliated with the Evangelical Free Church of America. It is located in a historically nad architecturally significant church building at 19 Greenfield Road in Monson, Maine. Its building is a combination of two separate sanctuaries, one built in 1845 for a Baptist congregataion, and the other in 1861 for Congregationalists, that were joined together in 1959 when the two congregations merged. The building was listed on the National Registe...
 
 
 
 
 
 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 West Branch Piscataquis River is a 22-mile-long (35 km) tributary of the Piscataquis River in Piscataquis County, Maine. Its source (45°22�59�N 69°45�05�W 45.3831°N 69.7515°W 45.3831; -69.7515 (West Branch Piscataquis River source)) is in East Moxie, Somerset County (Maine Township 2, Range 4, BKP EKR). The river runs about 6 miles (10 km) east, then 11 miles (18 km) south, then 5 miles (8 km) east to its confluence with the East Branch Piscataquis River in Blanchard ...

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 The Burgess House is a historic house on Burgess Road, just east of Austin Road in Sebec, Maine, United States. The oldest portion of this wood frame house dates to about 1816, and was built by Ichabod Young, who erected the first fulling mill in Piscataquis County. The house is most remarkable for its high-quality interior woodwork, and for the artwork on the walls of several of its rooms, which includes paintings by Rufus Porter and stencilwork by Moses Eaton, Jr., two noted itinerant artists ...
 
 
 
 
 
 

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 The Slate House is an architecturally distinctive house at 123 Church Street in Brownville, Maine. Built c. 1860, it is the only known house to have foundations and wall exteriors fashioned entirely out of slate. It was built by the Brownville and Piscataquis Slate Company, a local quarrying operation, for its superintendent, and is believed to be unique within New England for the use of material and level of Italianate styling it presents. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Plac...
 
 
 
 
 The West Branch Pleasant River is a 36.1-mile-long (58.1 km) tributary of the Piscataquis River in Piscataquis County, Maine. From a location north of Fourth West Branch Pond (45°36�32�N 69°16�08�W 45.609°N 69.269°W 45.609; -69.269 (West Branch Pleasant River source)) in Shawtown (Township A, Range 12, WELS), the river runs about 18 miles (29 km) counterclockwise around the White Cap Mountain massif, then about 18 miles (29 km) southeast to its confluence with the East Br...
 The East Branch Pleasant River is a 32.4-mile-long (52.1 km) tributary of the Piscataquis River in Piscataquis County, Maine. From its source (45°37�40�N 69°13�30�W 45.6277°N 69.2250°W 45.6277; -69.2250 (East Branch Pleasant River source)) in Shawtown (Township A, Range 12, WELS), the river runs about 19 miles (31 km) generally southeast to Upper Ebeemee Lake, then about 13 miles (21 km) south through Ebeemee Lake to its confluence with the West Branch to form the Pleasan...
 
 
 

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Gulf Hagas is a gorge located in the mountains of central Maine and is often referred to as the Grand Canyon of the East. The West Branch of the Pleasant River cuts through the earth for three miles creating a vertically walled slate gorge with numerous waterfalls. A trail follows the rim of the canyon offering hikers views of the falls and its geology. The gorge is 3 miles (4.8 km) long; the river drops 370 feet (110 m) in this distance boasting 130 feet (40 m) walls. Gulf Hagas is one of 14 Na...
 
 The William M. Shaw House is a historic house at 40 Norris Street in Greenville, Maine, which now houses the Greenville Inn. Built in 1895, it is a handsome and elaborate example of Queen Anne architecture in a rural small-town setting. The house was designed by Edwin E. Lewis of Gardiner, with alterations by Wilfred E. Mansur of Bangor. The house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2013 for its architecture, and for its association with William Shaw, a leading lumber busin...
 The Middle Branch Pleasant River is a tributary of the Piscataquis River in Piscataquis County, Maine. From the outflow of Middle Branch Pond (45°29�27�N 69°05�26�W 45.4908°N 69.0906°W 45.4908; -69.0906 (Middle Branch Pleasant River source)) in Maine Township 5, Range 9, WELS, the river runs 11.4 miles (18.3 km) southeast to its confluence with the East Branch in Brownville. The East Branch runs about 1.5 miles (2.4 km) further south, joining with the West Branch to form ...
 
 
 
 
 
The Katahdin is a historic steamboat berthed on Moosehead Lake in Greenville, Maine. Built in 1914 at the Bath Iron Works, she at first served the tourist trade on the lake before being converted to a towboat hauling lumber. She was fully restored in the 1990s by the nonprofit Moosehead Maritime Museum, and is again giving tours on the lake. One of the very few surviving early lake boats in Maine, and the oldest vessel afloat built at Bath, she was listed on the National Register of Historic Pla...
 
 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...
 
 
 
 

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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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