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    Tizz Crowley stands on the porch of the the Norlands mansion in Livermore while waiting to give a tour of the house.

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    Tizz Crowley waits on the porch of the the Norlands mansion in Livermore.

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    Tizz Crowley walks through the entry hall dressed in a period costume at the Norlands, the ancestral home of the Washburn family that is now a living history museum and farm.

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    The mansion at the Norlands is one of four historic buildings on site.

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    A view of 1828 Meeting House at the Norlands.

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    Lucille Lavoie, dressed as her character Hannah Coolidge, in the reconstructed farm cottage kitchen at the Norlands.

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    Lucille Lavoie, dressed as her character Hannah Coolidge, bakes oat cakes using the wood stove in the reconstructed farm cottage kitchen at the Norlands.

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    Oat cakes in the farm cottage at the Norlands.

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    Some farming tools near the barn at the Norlands.

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    Sheri Leahan, the director at the Norlands, walks back to her office in costume as her character, Ora Pratt, who was another neighbor to the Washburns in the 1800s.

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    Willi Irish cleans off the desks inside of the restored 1853 School House at the Norlands. Irish's character is her great-great aunt Clara Howard who was a school teacher in Livermore in the 1800s.

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    Period clothing and beds in the parlor chamber in the farmhouse at Narramissic Historic Farm in Bridgton.

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    An old photograph of the farmhouse, with unidentified family members, hangs in the entrance at Historic Narramissic Farm in Bridgton.

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    An original loom occupies a second floor living area in the Georgian-style farmhouse at Narramissic Historic Farm in Bridgton.

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    The Temperance Barn at Narramissic Historic Farm was built in the 1830s by George Fitch, son-in-law of the house’s original owner, William Peabody. He built the foundation with huge granite slabs quarried from the hill behind the house.

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    The rear of the Georgian-style farmhouse at Narramissic Historic Farm was built in 1797 by one of Bridgton's first settlers, William Peabody.

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    The front of the Georgian-style farmhouse at Narramissic Historic Farm. Historians have questioned several features of the house, such as the front facing away from the road, and the off-centered second story window.

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    The view of the fields from the farmhouse at Narramissic Historic Farm in Bridgton.

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    A giant bellows in the blacksmith's barn at Narramissic Historic Farm in Bridgton.

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    Egg and cream cartons in the general store ice box at the Page Farm & Home Museum in Orono.

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    A butter churner at the Page Farm and Home Museum in Orono.

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    A cheese press at the Page Farm & Home Museum in Orono.

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    Horse dental tools found at the Page Farm & Home Museum in Orono.

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    Tools hanging on the wall at the Page Farm & Home Museum in Orono.

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    The Page Farm & Home Museum in Orono.

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    A schoolhouse at the Page Farm &Home Museum in Orono.

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