ⓘ Freedom, Maine

                                     

ⓘ Freedom, Maine

The area was part of the Plymouth Patent. It was settled in 1794 by Stephen Smith, who was a soldier in the Revolutionary War. First called Smithstown Plantation, it was later called Beaver Hill Plantation. During the War of 1812, the town was incorporated on June 11, 1813 as Freedom, a name which had political significance. Freedom Academy was founded in 1836. The towns population was 716 inhabitants in 1870, and 652 in 1880.

The main products in the farms hay and potatoes. Sandy stream, which is served on the sandy and ponds with ducks, water, and power for earlier products. Industries included a flour mill, corn mill, saw-mill for long lumber, shingle mill, a shovel handle factory, a carding, clothing and woolen mill and tannery.

                                     
  • Couples and Protect Religious Freedom The question that appeared on the ballot was: Do you want to allow the State of Maine to issue marriage licenses
  • The Mill at Freedom Falls is a historic mill complex at Mill and Pleasant Streets in Freedom Maine The main building, constructed in 1834, is the only
  • The flag of the State of Maine features Maine s state coat of arms on a blue field. In the center of the shield, a moose rests under a tall pine tree.
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  • have economic security, access to health care, and freedom from violence and discrimination. The Maine Women s Lobby was founded in 1978 by nine women
  • January 2009, Maine state Senator Dennis Damon introduced a bill titled, An Act To End Discrimination in Civil Marriage and Affirm Religious Freedom to allow
  • 1897 was an American politician and the 37th Governor of Maine Davis was born in Freedom Maine on September 12, 1843. He entered the East Corinth Academy
  • Maine politics. The Maine Democratic Party goals are to promote economic security, opportunities, health care, education, ethical government, freedom
  • took freedoms from citizens. LePage vetoed six efforts to expand Maine Care eligibility. On one occasion, LePage described efforts by the Maine Legislature
  • The Maine Air National Guard ME ANG is the aerial militia of the State of Maine United States of America. It is, along with the Maine Army National
  • Maine Question 1 was a voter referendum conducted in Maine in 2009 that rejected a bill legalizing same - sex marriage in the state. The measure passed 53 47
  • was 1, 489 at the 2010 census. The town s eastern boundary runs along the Maine state border. Ossipee Lake, with a resort and camps, is in the southwest