In 1658, a group of men and women from the Massachusetts Bay Colony made their way north into the Province of Maine where they established the town of Falmouth. Successfully withstanding much conflict with Loyalist and the Wampanoay Tribe, the city of Portland emerged as the capital of the new State of Maine in 1820. Since its induction, Maine remained a controversial state. It was a key political battleground during the Abolition Movement, and also was the first state to prohibit the sale and use of alcohol for recreational purposes.
Portside Real Estate Group
330 Forest Ave, Portland, ME 04101
The design of this website and its contents are protected by copyright and any unauthorized reproduction, whether in whole or in part, is prohibited.