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Related Historical MarkersWiscasset, Maine - Museum in the Streets
Marker detail: Fourth of July parade at the Sortwell House.
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In 1807, Captain William Nickels
built one of the finest examples of high Federal style architecture in New England, a mansion of beauty, style, and sophistication.
From the elegant entrance to stunning interior detailing, this is a house . . . — — Map (db m116039) HM|
A secret garden alive with flowers three seasons of the year, the Sunken Garden was created by Frances Sortwell in the foundation of the Hilton House hotel.
The site of a tavern since 1766 and the town stagecoach stop for most of the 19th . . . — — Map (db m116040) HM|
Alexander Johnston, Jr. designed and named this commercial building after the Wawenocks, a band of the Penobscots, Native Americans who lived in this area for many years before the first English settlements. Local builder Henry Bragdon . . . — — Map (db m116047) HM|
19th-early 20th century downtown Wiscasset provided for all your basic needs and more. In 1898, there were 11 grocers, 3 doctors, 2 apothecaries, 3 fancy and dry goods stores, 2 hardware stores, 4 dressmakers, 2 hair . . . — — Map (db m116046) HM|
Richard Hawley Tucker Taylor was one of 14 children of James and Harriet Taylor. James was an English mariner who emigrated to the United States. He named his son after his employer, Captain Richard H. Tucker, Sr. When James fell on hard . . . — — Map (db m116045) HM|