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Housed in a 1902 former firehouse, this museum features exhibits on artifacts, decorative arts, lumber and more.
In 1893, the State of Maine Building was constructed in Chicago for the World's Columbian Exposition. When the expo ended, the octagonal structure made of granite and wood with...
Next to the only active and functioning Shaker community in the world, explore this sacred place of work and worship to learn about the "truths" of the Shakerism.
The original 1822 Oxford County Jail is now a community library and museum displaying local history. The granite building, with bars still covering the windows, is named in honor...
Rufus Porter, an artist and inventor who lived from 1792 - 1884 and spent his boyhood years in the Bridgton, Maine area, helped to create an American culture. In his early years...
Collections of pioneer items, artifacts pertaining to early settlers, Indian artifacts, dishes, furniture and more.
Museum L-A showcases the rich history of the Industrial Revolution and its workers in Lewiston-Auburn. The Museum is now playing an important part in the current economic and...
Collections of photographs and 250 cameras from 1860 to present and also documents.