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Rangeley, Maine
History, Historical Society, Natural History, Park, Science, Specialized
The complex of 7 buildings is situated on 72 acres of land at the east end of Haley Pond with Rangeley Village at the west end. Canoe/kayak access from the pond via a short trail to the festival grounds. The museum is located one mile outside of Rangeley, on Route 16, heading towards Stratton.
Rangeley, Maine
History
Stonington, Maine
History
Bridgton, Maine
Art, Culture, History, Historic House, Specialized
Rufus Porter, artist and inventor, who lived from 1792-1884 and spent his boyhood years in Bridgton, Maine, helped to create an American culture. In his early years, Porter was a portrait painter then later moved on to landscape painting on walls of private homes. His use of a vivid palette and broad, open brushstrokes was a departure from the styles and content of European art. Because most of his murals were unsigned, it was not until the mid 1930’s that this body of work was authenticated.
Sedgwick, Maine
History
Rumford, Maine
Historical Society
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