“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Brunswick, Maine

Clickable Map of Cumberland County, Maine and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Cumberland County, ME (182) Androscoggin County, ME (50) Oxford County, ME (4) Sagadahoc County, ME (30) York County, ME (134)  CumberlandCounty(182) Cumberland County (182)  AndroscogginCounty(50) Androscoggin County (50)  OxfordCounty(4) Oxford County (4)  SagadahocCounty(30) Sagadahoc County (30)  YorkCounty(134) York County (134)
Portland is the county seat for Cumberland County
Brunswick is in Cumberland County
      Cumberland County (182)  
      Androscoggin County (50)  
      Oxford County (4)  
      Sagadahoc County (30)  
      York County (134)  
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1Maine (Cumberland County), Brunswick — Androscoggin Swinging BridgeNational Register of Historic Places January 2004
Originally designed and built 1892 by John A. Roebling's Sons Co. for mill workers to cross the river from new housing in Topsham to the Cabot Mill in Brunswick. The bridge has served generations of citizens of all ages between Brunswick and . . . Map (db m51968) HM
2Maine (Cumberland County), Brunswick — Bowdoin College War Memorial
• Honored Here Are All Bowdoin Generations Who Served When Our Country Called and Those Who Fell • World War II [Honored Dead] Korea [Honored Dead] Vietnam [Honored Dead] I hear even now the infinite fierce chorus, The cries of . . . Map (db m55495) WM
3Maine (Cumberland County), Brunswick — Bowdoin College World War Memorial
Dedicated to the Sons of Bowdoin who in the World War offered their lives and services for their country and for Freedom 1914 - 1918 [Roll of Honored Dead] Breve tempus aetatis satis longum est ad bene honesteque . . . Map (db m55492) WM
4Maine (Cumberland County), Brunswick — Brunswick Veterans MemorialIn Grateful Recognition of Valor
Dedicated to the honor and memory of our men and women of Brunswick who served our country in all wars and conflictsMap (db m169995)
5Maine (Cumberland County), Brunswick — Company K, 1st Maine Volunteer Infantry
In memory of Company "K" 1st Maine Volunteer Inf. Spanish American War 1898 - 1902 Brunswick Maine Map (db m51369) WM
6Maine (Cumberland County), Brunswick — Founding of the Maine Medical Association
This monument commemorates the founding of the Maine Medical Association on April 28, 1853. On that date, and near this site, at what was then the Tontine Hotel, 27 physicians met to organize the association which has existed continually to this . . . Map (db m51926) HM
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7Maine (Cumberland County), Brunswick — Harriet Beecher Stowe House
Built in 1806, this house was occupied by Harriet Beecher Stowe and her family from 1850 to 1852. It was here that Stowe harbored fugitive slave John Andrew Jackson in late 1850. Stowe would go on to write her first novel, Uncle Tom’s Cabin, . . . Map (db m105316) HM
8Maine (Cumberland County), Brunswick — Home of Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain1828     1914
. . . Map (db m21398) HM
9Maine (Cumberland County), Brunswick — Robinson Memorial Gate
In Memory of Franklin C. Robinson of the class of 1873 for thirty six years teacher of Bowdoin men and in Memory of his wife Ella Maria Tucker RobinsonMap (db m55477) HM
10Maine (Cumberland County), Brunswick — Robinson Memorial Gate
In memory of Warren Eastman Robinson 1890 - 1918 ———— Bowdoin '10 First Lieutenant U.S. Army Second Battle of the Marne St. Mihiel Meuse Argonne ———— . . . Map (db m55509) WM
11Maine (Cumberland County), Brunswick — Round-the-World Flight 1924 — Maine's Tribute to the American Round-The-World Aviators —
On the shore of Mere Point, Casco Bay, Maine, 200 feet west of this Spot on September 5, 1924 the United States Army Round-the-World Aviators, after starting westward from Seattle, Washington, April 6, 1924, made their first landing on the soil of . . . Map (db m208657) HM
12Maine (Cumberland County), Brunswick — Site of Fort Andross and Fort George
To mark the site of 1688 Fort Andross 1694 and 1715 Fort George 1737 Also the earliest burial place where are buried Benjamin Larrabee Agent of the Pejepscot Proprietors and Commander of Fort George. Also Robert and . . . Map (db m51932) HM
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Dec. 10, 2022