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 Business Listings for Franklin County, ME
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15 Awards/Trophies in Franklin County, ME
Dead River Area Historical Society Museam
171 Main Street, P.O. Box 15
Stratton 04982
Phone : 207-246-2271
DRHS preserves and promotes the history of Flagstaff, Dead River Plantation, Coplin Plantation and Eustis/Stratton. Displays: Manuscripts, photographs, carpentry/logging tools, china, glass, church organ, furniture, classroom etc.

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Farmington Historical Society's Titcomb House
118 Academy Street
Farmington 04938
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Farmington is a vibrant community in the western foothills of Maine with a rich heritage. In these pages we share just a little of who we are and how we came to be. These web pages are just the beginning. We look forward to building and adding to this site. In addition to sharing Farmington's history with the world, another of our goals is to instill an understanding of the past and a passion for local history in the next generation of Farmington citizens.

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Kingfield Historical Society
38 School Street
Kingfield 04947
Phone : 207-265-4637
At the Town of Kingfield we always strive to provide up-to-date information on town services and how we are working to enhance your quality of life. Check back often for updates on recreation activities, the latest actions of the Board of Selectmen, town news, and other areas of interest.

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Madrid Historical Society
Reeds Mill Road
Madrid
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Maine Paper & Heritage Museum
22 Church Sreet, PO Box 293 Jay
Livermore Falls 04239
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In 2002, a group of people dedicated to preserving the history of the paper industry in Maine came together to establish Maine's Paper & Heritage Museum, with the common goal of capturing the cultural heritage of the paper-making towns and mills along the Androscoggin River . Its mission is to create an exciting interactive museum where visitors can experience life in a paper-making community, as well as to encourage tourism, increase economic activity and showcase the area's distinctive heritage.

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Nordica Homestead Museum
116 Nordica Lane
Farmington 04938
Phone : 207-778-2042
The museum is the childhood home of the famous opera diva Lillian Nordica, 1857-1914. It houses her concert gowns by Worth of Paris and several costumes worn in dozens of operas around the world. The personal collection contains stage jewlry and props, china, furniture, and many photographs. We are open June 1, thru Labor Day 10-12, 1-5. after Labor Day by appointment thru Oct. 15th. There is a small admission fee. Gift shop has many of her works, music, books, pictures and Nordica art.

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Rangeley Lakes Region Historical Society
Route 16, Dead River Road
Rangeley
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Rangeley was a small but thriving farming community with a sideline trade in lumber…yet there was a spot at the confluence of the Rangeley and Kennebago Rivers, called Indian Rock, where Brook Trout weighing in excess of eight pounds could be caught. Sport fishermen from Providence, Rhode Island and New York City discovered this spot in the early 1840s, but it wasn’t until the 1860s that Rangeley’s reputation as a fisherman’s paradise really took hold.

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Red school House Museum
Farmington Fairgrounds
Farmington
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The School House, built in 1852, was used for classes until 1958. Today the Museum is displayed as the original school with some of the original desks, books and other memorabilia.

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Sandy River & Rangeley Lakes Railroad
SR&RL, P.O. Box B
Phillips 04966
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The Sandy River and Rangeley Lakes Railroad began its non-profit history as a project of the Phillips Historical Society about 1970. In the 1980s we became independent. Then once again, in the early 1990s, we became a division of the Phillips Historical Society. Effective in August 2003, we are, once again, independent of our good friends at the Phillips Historical Society.

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Ski Museum Maine
256 Main Street, P.O. Box 359
Kingfield, 04947
Phone : 207-265-2023
Maine is very rich in ski history, yet many people do not realize it nor recognize the place this history holds within the American ski world. Because of this, many of those who have valued the special spirit our sport entails are concerned this history will be lost. It is this concern which motivated the founders of the Ski Museum of Maine to organize.

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Stanley Museum
40 School Street, P.O. Box 77
Kingfield 04947
Phone : 207-265-2729 Fax : 207-265-4700
The Stanley Museum is a history Museum. Established in 1981, the Stanley Museum in Kingfield, Maine, is located in the beautiful Georgian-style Stanley School built in 1903. Kingfield is the birthplace of the Stanley's — important to note because the steam car for which they're most often remembered was built in Watertown, Massachusetts.

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The Wilhelm Reich Museum
Dodge Pond Road, P.O. Box 687
Rangeley 04970
Phone : 207-864-3443 Fax : 207-864-5156
Orgonon was the home, laboratory and research center of Wilhelm Reich, M.D., a pioneering psychiatrist, psychoanalyst and scientist. Open to the public as the Wilhelm Reich Museum, Orgonon now comprises 175 acres of fields and forests, the Orgone Energy Observatory, the Conference Building & Office, a bookstore, two rental cottages, and a system of woodland nature trails.

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Washburn-Norlands Living History Center
290 Norlands Road
Livermore 04253
Phone : 207-897-4366 Fax : 207-897-4963
Norlands is the family home of the Washburns, one of the great political and industrial dynasties of the 19th century. Of the ten children born to Israel and Martha Washburn, seven sons rose to serve as governors, congressmen, a United States senator, Secretary of State, foreign ministers, a Civil War general, and a Navy captain.

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Weld Historical Society
P.O. Box 31
Weld
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A group of 500 members committed to preserving the history of their small community.

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Wilton Farm and Home Museum
P.O. Box 33, Canal Street
Wilton 04294
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Built in the mid-1860s by Rawson Fuller, the building was used between about 1910 and 1945 as a boarding house for G.H. Bass employees. Bass had built his new shoe factory on Wilton Stream in 1904 and bought the Fuller property by 1911. After the boarding house ceased to be a hotel, the Bass Company used it for hand sewing, offices, and for storage space.

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