ⓘ Gouldsboro, Maine

                                     

ⓘ Gouldsboro, Maine

Gouldsboro is a town and municipality in Hancock County, Maine, United States on the Schoodic Peninsula. The town was named for Robert Gould, a landholder in the town. The town has many historically separate fishing villages, summer colonies and communities, including Birch Harbor, Prospect Harbor, South Gouldsboro, West Gouldsboro, Summer Harbor, Wonsqueak Harbor, Bunkers Harbor, Chicken Mill, Jones Pond, Westbay, and Corea. The population was 1.737 at the 2010 census.

                                     
  • The West Gouldsboro Village Library is a historic former library building in Gouldsboro Maine Located in West Gouldsboro this building, designed by
  • West Gouldsboro Union Church is an historic church on Maine State Route 186 between Jones Cove and Jones Pond in West Gouldsboro Maine Built in 1888 - 91
  • 015317 Bartlett Maine Estate Winery in Gouldsboro Maine is the state s oldest winery. It was established in 1983. List of wineries in Maine Cattell, Hudson
  • Prospect Harbor is a bay in Gouldsboro Maine It is separated from Gouldsboro Bay to the northeast by Cranberry Point and from Winter Harbor to the west
  • Republican Kevin Battle. In July 2015, Kaenrath became the town manager of Gouldsboro Maine House District 124: Kaenrath versus Barter in South Portland Archived
  • Historic Places. He also designed the NRHP - listed West Gouldsboro Village Library in Gouldsboro Maine Savage was the second of the four sons of Augustus
  • WTUX 101.1 FM is an American active rock radio station licensed to Gouldsboro Maine United States. The station is owned by Blueberry Broadcasting, LLC
  • Justice of the Maine Supreme Judicial Court from September 25, 1918 to February 7, 1930. Deasy was originally from Gouldsboro Maine and graduated from
  • Gouldsboro Bay is a bay on the coast of the U.S. state of Maine The bay is located between the towns of Gouldsboro and Steuben. It is separated from
  • State Route 195 SR 195 is part of Maine s system of numbered state highways. It runs entirely in the town of Gouldsboro for a length of 8.09 miles 13.02 km
  • Congress March 4, 1793 March 3, 1795 Cobb moved to Gouldsboro in the district of Maine in 1796 and engaged in agricultural pursuits elected to
  • sixteen - mile - long 26 km state highway in south central Maine The highway serves the town of Gouldsboro running in a half - loop from U.S. Route 1 US 1 south