You’ll Want To Visit These 11 Houses In Maine For Their Incredible Pasts

Maine’s history is among the oldest in the country. We were officially named the 23rd state in 1820, but York became the first incorporated city in America nearly 200 years before that – in 1642. Our age means we’ve got some interesting history and nowhere is that more evident than in the way we lived. Here are a few houses in Maine that have the best stories to tell – if these walls could talk!

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If you love Maine history, pay a visit to some of the state’s best landmarks. Click here for a few of our favorites!