ⓘ New Gloucester, Maine

                                     

ⓘ New Gloucester, Maine

New Gloucester is a town in Cumberland County, Maine, in the United States. It is home to the Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village, the last active Shaker village in the U.S. The towns population was 5.542 at the 2010 census.

New Gloucester is part of Maines Portland–South Portland–Biddeford Metropolitan statistical area.

                                     
  • Gray - New Gloucester High School, is a public high school located in Gray, Maine It houses grades 9 12, and serves the towns of Gray and New Gloucester Maine
  • Cumberland County in the U.S. state of Maine The school system serves the towns of Gray, Maine and New Gloucester Maine The school system is run by a school
  • The New Gloucester Historic District encompasses the rural village center of New Gloucester Maine The village is one of the few in Maine s inland areas
  • southern Maine The river originates in Sabbathday Lake in New Gloucester and flows northeasterly into Auburn and then southerly through New Gloucester via
  • American politician from Maine A Republican, she served as a member of the Maine House of Representatives representing New Gloucester Durham and part of
  • Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village is a Shaker village near New Gloucester and Poland, Maine in the United States. It is the last active Shaker community
  • Gloucester is a city and the county town of Gloucestershire, United Kingdom. It may also refer to: Gloucester New South Wales, a town Gloucester River
  • Gloucester ˈɡlɒstər is a city on Cape Ann in Essex County, Massachusetts, in the United States. It is part of Massachusetts s North Shore. The population
  • Universalist Meeting House is a historic church on Maine State Route 231 in the Intervale area of New Gloucester Maine Built in 1839, it is a fine example of a
  • part of Maine s system of numbered state highways. It is a major regional route running for 96.7 miles 155.6 km from downtown Portland to the New Hampshire
  • studied law, was admitted to the bar and practiced in New Gloucester Maine and in Portland, Maine both communities a district of Massachusetts until 1820