Maine historic resources inventory

by Earle G. Shettleworth

Publisher: Maine Historic Preservation Commission in [Augusta]

Written in English
Published: Pages: 128 Downloads: 583
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Edition Notes

Statement[compiled and written by Earle G. Shettleworth, Jr.].
ContributionsMaine Historic Preservation Commission.
LC ClassificationsF20 .S53
The Physical Object
Pagination128 leaves, [2] leaves of plates :
Number of Pages128
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4857315M
LC Control Number75622459

Digitizing and Sharing Maine’s Historic Newspapers. The Maine Newspaper Project is a collaborative effort led by the Maine State Library to facilitate digitization of Maine’s historical newspapers. Starting in the fall of the project will involve imaging of original newsprint, microfilm scanning, and creation of a searchable database of Maine newspaper holdings. Whether you’re a history buff or love exploring new places, there are many amazing historical sites in Maine to see. From educational tours, self-guided walks, and museums, you have plenty of options for exploring pieces of our past. Just to get you started, we have compiled a list of engaging historical sites dating as far back as the s. the old maps of rural cumberland county, maine $ the old maps of hancock county, maine MAINE Historic Preservation Commission HISTORIC RESOURCES INVENTORY Number 3 UTMA / C _____ MAR I 9 IDENTIFICATION 1. Common name: Stacy's 2. Historic name: Kresge Building 3. Street or rural address: Water Street Citv Augusta_____ 4. Parcel number: Lot 37 ZIP County Kennebec 5.

Kentucky historic resources survey has actively documented historic places across the Commonwealth for more than 50 years. Historic resources are surveyed through fieldwork and research, then this information is catalogued in the Kentucky Historic Resources Inventory (KHRI) database, which currently encompasses more than , surveyed buildings, sites and other structures. “The old Waldo-Hancock Bridge crossed the Penobscot River from Verona Island in Hancock County to Waldo County in Maine. Built in , it has since been replaced by a 2,foot modern suspension bridge that was opened on Decem From October 13 to Octo firefighters tried to fight Maine fires, consuming a quarter of a million acres of forest and wiping out nine entire towns. The Maine fires destroyed homes and seasonal cottages, leaving 2, people homeless. The year became known as the Year Maine Burned. Historic structure information is also available at the Oregon Historical Society. Their holdings include a copy of the Historic Resource Inventory of Portland (), block books, Portland city directories, Sanborn insurance maps, and historic photographs.

Get this from a library! Historic resource inventory, City of Portland, Oregon: identified properties.. [Virginia Guest Ferriday; Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning.;] -- "In , perceiving an opportunity to further enrich its preservation program, the City [of Portland] undertook a city-wide inventory of properties of historical and architectural significance.

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Welcome to the Maine Historic Preservation Commission The Commission is the State Historic Preservation Office for the State of Maine.

It is the policy of the State to preserve the architectural, historic and environmental heritage of the people of the State, and to develop and promote the cultural, educational and economic benefits of these resources.

maine & new england literature, fiction & film criticism. maine business & industry. maine food & drink. Portland Historic Resources Inventory Property Address: 15 Avon Street Inventory#: Assessor's C/B/L: District: Congress Street Rating: Contributing Local Code: National Register: Date of Placement.

Local 4/15/09 Architectural Description/Historic Significance: C. s National. The National Register of Historic Places (Register) is the Nation's official list of cultural resources worthy of preservation.

The Register is a program of the National Park Service but the Maine Historic Preservation Commission, a state governmental agency, oversees the administration of the Register program in Maine. Maine Historical Society has a growing museum, incomparable library and statewide educational resource, we are located in the heart of Portland's downtown cultural district.

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Shettleworth, Jr. and John E. Pancoast; in cooperation with the Portland Planning Department and Greater Portland Landmarks, Inc. Augusta: Maine Historic Preservation Commission, Below you will find some resources that might help you with your research.

Public MHS Databases. MHS BOOK & MANUSCRIPT CATALOG. Maine Historical Society Research Library's collection records are in Minerva — a statewide integrated library system created by the Maine Info Net Project, in association with the Maine State Library.

The Historic Resources Steering Committee (HRSC) was established in to take stock of the Town's historic architecture and develop policies, programs and strategies to protect it. The Committee includes representatives from the Town Planning department, Yarmouth Historical Society, Village Improvement Society, Maine Preservation, and residents.

books based on votes: The Cider House Rules by John Irving, Empire Falls by Richard Russo, 'Salem's Lot by Stephen King, Carrie by Stephen King. Maine Historical Society Research Library collection records are being entered in Minerva — a statewide integrated library system created by the Maine Info Net Project, in association with the Maine State Library.

The database holds records of books, maps, pamphlets, and manuscripts. Museum records are not being entered in this database.

Bangor Historic Resources Inventory, Compiled and written by: Earle G. Shettleworth, Jr., Architectural Historian, Maine Historic Preservation Commission.

Partial funding of this document was made available under the provisions of the National Historic Preservation Act of as administered by the National Register of Historic Places, National Park Service, Department of the : Shettleworth, G Earle.

Portland Historic Resources Inventory Paperback – January 1, by Earle G. + John E. Pancoast Shettleworth (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback Author: Earle G. + John E.

Pancoast Shettleworth. SinceMaine Historical Society has served as a nationally recognized research center for the study of the history of Maine and its people. Its collections are arranged in four categories: Library, Manuscripts and Special Collections, Museum, and the Wadsworth–Longfellow House & Garden.

With the largest collection of materials in public libraries in Central Maine, the Waterville Public Library is sure to have something that will interest you Carnegie Gallery Online Catalog to find books, movies, music and more Waterville Public Library 73 Elm Street, Waterville, ME () — National Historic Preservation Act ofas amended.

The Commission is responsible for the identification, evaluation, and protection of Maine’s significant cultural resources as directed by the National Historic Preservation Act of These activities are. History of Brunswick, Topsham & Harpswell, Maine by Henry Warren & George Augustus Wheeler – Online version of the book.

The book is also digitized through Google Books and is easily searchable here. A History of the Public Library in Brunswick, Maine – Online version of the book written by Louise R. Helmrich in It describes the early Library Association and the origins of the Curtis.

The Ultimate History and Genealogy Collection of Maine. Make no mistake. This is the most complete collection of Maine History and Genealogy on DVD found anywhere on the Planet at the lowest possible cost. - Books on 2 DVD's. An essential resource for Genealogists. Scanned images of every page, in Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF format/5(4).

MAINE Historic Preservation Commission HISTORIC RESOURCES INVENTORY IDENTIFICATION 1. Common name: UTMA / B C _____ D 2. Historic name: First National Bank 3. Street or rural address: Main Street City Lewiston_____ ___ Zip County Androscogqin 4.

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Warner Historical Resource Inventory, A photographic and written survey of all buildings in Warner, NH. as of / Warner Women’s Oral History Project, Teaching Resources.

Public education is an important component of the National Register of Historic Places program. As a result of four decades of collecting information on the nation's historic resources, the National Register is a rich source of information on our past and the places that document the contributions of all people.

Portland, Maine and the Growth of Urban Responsibility for Human Welfare, Portland Historic Resources Inventory, Augusta.

Maine Historic Preservation Commission. Compiled and written by Earle G. Shettleworth, Jr. and John E. Pancoast; in cooperation with the Portland Planning Department and Greater Portland. MAINE Historic Preservation Commission HISTORIC RESOURCES INVENTORY Number 6 MAR I 9 UTM: IDENTIFICATION 1.

Common name: 2. Historic name: Journal Building 3. Street or rural address: City____Augusta WaterStreet 4. Parcel number:. See our "Library Resources" link below for online services we can provide during this time. Please visit the Heart of Maine Community Stories page where we will keep an online archive of life in central Maine during this time.

Click on the link to submit a photo, a video, a letter--anything that would tell the story about your life has been. National Archeological Database (NADB) advanced The National Archeological Database—a computerized communications network for the archeological and historic preservation community—was established to improve access to information on archeological activities nationwide.HistoricPlacesLA is the City’s online historic resource inventory and management system.

The website includes information collected for SurveyLA and other historic resources surveys. Also included are City Historic-Cultural Monuments, Historic Preservation Overlay Zones, and properties listed in the National Register and California Register.Maine Historical Society Announces Publication of New Book, Maine In The Civil War: A Bibliographic Guide.

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