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A survey of all the mills within the Maine region taken in 1682 reveals that of the five active mills, two were managed by Littlefield’s. Kittery, Saco, Cape Porpoise, Black Point were included in the list of enterprises.
In York, ME, according to the same survey, there were two mills, one that was referred to as Mary Sayward's, which had been established by her recently deceased husband, Henry Sayward.
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Source: Columns by James Kences - York in American History, Published Seacoast Online, August 17, 2021
If you want to see a classic American lighthouse, head to Cape Neddick in York, Maine. Nubble Lighthouse dates back to 1879 and is a New England icon. The 41-foot structure sends light 88 feet above sea level. During the holidays, it features a beautiful Christmas light display. The Nubble Lighthouse is an excellent spot for writing, [...]
Welcome to the coastline beauty of York, Maine.
Come experience one of the many walking/hiking trails that our home town of York has to offer.
The York Harbor Cliff Walk is an absolutely gorgeous 1.0 mile round trip walk. The walking trail at times feels a bit antique and based on the [...]
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