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Old Town & Meeting House, State Route 123, South Harpswell, Cumberland County, ME

Old Town & Meeting House, State Route 123, South Harpswell, Cumberland County, ME

 
 
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Summary

Suggested address, State Route 123, is not verifiable in documentation.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-32
Survey number: HABS ME-58
Building/structure dates: 1757- 1759 Initial Construction
National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 68000014

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Contributors

Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Eaton, Elisha
Kellog, Elijah
Shakers
DePeter, Joseph
Abbott, Charles E
Joyce, Martin A
Jannell, Eleanor E
Tubby, Josiah T (Thomas), photographer
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Location

South Harpswell43.79837, -69.98872
Google Map of 43.7983708, -69.9887182
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Source

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