Baxter House

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Baxter House Museum
7 South St
Gorham, ME

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Baxter House Museum  

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The Baxter House, built in 1797, was the home of Percival Baxter, Governor of Maine from January 31, 1921 to January 7, 1925 and the birthplace of James Phinney Baxter Mayor of Portland,

This home is now historic museum in Gorham, Maine. 


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8/8/2017
Forgotten treasuer
I think this historic home is often overlooked by tourists and locals alike. It is a beautiful old home filled with antiques. Our guide was dressed in perios clothing and took us on a history lesson...
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6/8/2016
A valuable piece of local history!
The Baxter House was build in 1797 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is located directly next door to the Baxter Memorial Library. The museum collection provides an...
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