Cornish Colony Historical Marker – Cornish, New Hampshire

The Cornish Art Colony was centered around Cornish, New Hampshire from 1895 to World War I. Augustus Saint-Gaudens was the central figure of the Colony and his home is now preserved as the Saint-Gaudens National Historical Park. In addition to painters like Thomas Dewing (see

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Blow-me-down Mill – Saint Gaudens National Historic Site (Cornish, New Hampshire)

There are conflicting sources for the age of the Blow-me-down Mill it is either 1820 or 1891 as stated on the mill itself. Located on the grounds and administered by the Saint Gaudens National Historic Site in Cornish, New Hampshire it was restored in 1990.

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Park Loop Road – Acadia National Park

One of the highlights of Acadia National Park and an easy access to many of the park’s attractions is the Park Loop Road. For most of its length the road is one way with opportunities to stop at any spot that catches your fancy. Your

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Schoodic Peninsula – Acadia National Park, Maine

Across the bay from Mount Desert Island and the main portion of Acadia National Park lies the Schoodic Peninsula. New photo by Wanderlust Family Adventure / Google Photos This was for years a relatively undeveloped part of the park but with the transfer of the

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