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Fort Preble

Portland, Maine

Fort Preble is a remnant of Portland, Maine’s naval history.

By Julie True Kingsley | June 20, 2011
Our New England Barns

Part 3 – Twentieth Century Commercial Barns Grace the Land

We wrap up our barn series exploring the big, modern barns of the 20th century.

By Don Perkins | March 15, 2011
Our New England Barns

Part 2 – The Emergence and Ascendancy of the New England Barn

Don Perkins continues to unfold the hidden history of New England Barns.

By Don Perkins | March 07, 2011
Our New England Barns

Part 1 - Tracing the History of the ‘English Barn’ in New England

As dusk approaches, the fading summer sun bathes the barn nestling in a field with yellow light. Is there a more perfect scene in New England?

By Don Perkins | February 28, 2011
The World’s Largest Snowman, Bethel, Maine

Snowmen litter the New England landscape throughout winter, but none are likely to be as impressive as the snow-woman built in Bethel in 2008.

By Mark B. Oliver | December 22, 2010
Scrimshaw - The Art of the Seas

Say the word “whaling” today, and you might just start a brawl. Politics aside, the fact remains that whaling and New England are very much tied together.

By Michael F. Bisceglia, Jr. | December 06, 2010
The Laws of New England

I am a law-abiding individual. If a law exists there has to be a good reason for it. I will assume, Gentle Reader, that you are of the same ilk as I (yes, I know, don’t assume.). So you will need...

By Michael F. Bisceglia, Jr. | July 22, 2010

The Pine Tree State with its rocky coastline, rolling mountains and heavily forested interior, is well known for its scenic beauty, and the hardiness and independence of its people. Maine is the number one exporter of blueberries, and is also known for shipbuilding and agriculture.

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