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Shaker Church Family Washhouse, East of State Route 26, South of North Raymond Road, centrally located in church family area, Sabbathday Lake Village, Cumberland County, ME

Shaker Church Family Washhouse, East of State Route 26, South of North Raymond Road, centrally located in church family area, Sabbathday Lake Village, Cumberland County, ME

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Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
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Miller/Swift, photographer
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cumberland county43.81330, -70.38706
Google Map of 43.81329789999999, -70.3870587
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