ⓘ Maine Insane Hospital

                                     

ⓘ Maine Insane Hospital

The Maine Insane Hospital, later the Augusta Mental Health Institute, was a psychiatric hospital in Augusta, Maine. It was the principal facility for the care and treatment of Maines mentally ill from 1840 to 2004, and its surviving buildings represent the oldest surviving complex of mental care facilities in the United States. The complex is located on the east bank of the Kennebec River, immediately south of the former Kennebec Arsenal, and now primarily houses state offices. The hospital was replaced by the Riverview Psychiatric Center, located just to the south. The hospitals core complex was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982, with the listing enlarged to encompass the entire campus in 2001.

                                     
  • psychiatric hospital operated by the state of Maine It is located at 656 State Street in Bangor, and was previously known as the Eastern Maine Insane Asylum
  • a member of the State board of agriculture and a trustee of the Maine Insane Hospital He was an unsuccessful candidate for election in 1850 to the Thirty - second
  • Worcester State Hospital Massachusetts Dr. Isaac Ray of the Maine State Hospital for the Insane Augusta, Maine and also of Butler Hospital Providence
  • Education in Maine Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1903. Reports of the Trustees and Resident Officers of the Maine Insane Hospital December
  • 1836 39 Bangor Public Library by Peabody and Stearns. The Eastern Maine Insane Hospital by John Calvin Stevens. The William Arnold House of 1856, an Italianate
  • Contractor 8 June 1918: 50. American Contractor 16 Aug. 1919: 54. Maine Insane Hospital Boundary Increase NRHP Nomination. 2001. American Contractor 7
  • 8 Cushman Pl., Auburn, ME 1889 Harlow and Sanborn Pavilions, Maine Insane Hospital Augusta, ME 1889 90 - Sanborn demolished. Oak Street School
  • Eastern Maine Medical Center frequently shorted to Eastern Maine or simply EMMC is a hospital located in Bangor, Maine that serves communities throughout
  • 1834, the Maine Legislature established the Maine Insane Hospital and together with private donations, state appropriations enabled the hospital to open
  • Michigan Asylum for the Insane Pontiac, Michigan Greystone Park Psychiatric Hospital Trenton, New Jersey Napa State Hospital Napa, California Northern
  • state insane hospital in 1844, and selectman of Bethel for fourteen years. He served as president of Gould Academy 1854 - 1856. He died in Bethel, Maine June
  • Maine This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Kennebec County, Maine