by Gerry Mahoney
Ships on the Hallowell waterfront. ca 1900
Even before the
Treaty of Paris brought Revolutionary War hostilities to a close...
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At the Town Meeting of April 5, 1819, Hallowell voters approved a warrant “to see if the Town will give directions for building a Magazine for the...
Sign Number: 7
Location: Second St.
Method of Display: Attached to building North Side
Permits/permissions required, date obtained:
Location: Liberal Cup Building Perley Lane
Method of Display: Affixed to buildingWilson Hall (this building) was built by Charles Wilson in 1872 at...
Sign Number: 15
Location: Boynton’s Market
Method of Display: affixed to building
Henry Pope Clearwater was a pharmacist who identified...
Sign Number: 14
Location: Cotton Mill Apartments north west corner
Method of Display: Steel pole
The availability of cheap cotton from the South...
Hallowell house was designed and built by John D. Lord, who had previously supervised the construction of the Maine State Capitol building....
Sheppard’s Point, the small peninsula located where Vaughan Stream enters the Kennebec River, was first settled by Briggs...
Sign Number: 18
Location: Key Bank Building
Method of Display: Attached to Building
Hallowell’s early settlers brought their passion for...
Location: Hallowell Printing
The first newspaper published in Kennebec County, the Eastern Star, was printed in Hallowell by Howard S. Robinson on...
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