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The Site of PRO-Slavery Rallies and Riots. A Must Visit to understand Portland

It's hard to understand that Portland Maine was once a hub of Slave Trade activity ending in 1820... read more

Reviewed 25 May 2018
painter04646
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Portland, Maine
It's a Small Urban Park

Lincoln Park was built after Portland's great July 4, 1866 fire that destroyed most of the downtown... read more

Reviewed 22 April 2015
pwdt
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Portland, Maine
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25 May 2018
“The Site of PRO-Slavery Rallies and Riots. A Must Visit to understand Portland”
21 Apr 2015
“It's a Small Urban Park”
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Reviewed 22 April 2015

Lincoln Park was built after Portland's great July 4, 1866 fire that destroyed most of the downtown area with the intention that it would be a fire break. It's been decreased in size since the with a 4 lane divided highway that took about a...More

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Reviewed 25 May 2018

It's hard to understand that Portland Maine was once a hub of Slave Trade activity ending in 1820. But Lincoln Park teaches us just that. Beautifully presented signs and markers explain that the the park sits on the site of an older open space used...More

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Reviewed 22 April 2015

Lincoln Park was built after Portland's great July 4, 1866 fire that destroyed most of the downtown area with the intention that it would be a fire break. It's been decreased in size since the with a 4 lane divided highway that took about a...More

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Reviewed 16 April 2015 via mobile

Located in the heart of downtown Portland, is Lincoln Park. Beautiful large shade trees, pathways, and benches...with a large beautiful seasonal fountain in the center of the park. Surrounded by historical buildings...the Federal Courthouse, the County Courthouse and the famous Central Fire Station...Lincoln Park is...More

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Reviewed 8 March 2015

This old, 2.5-acre (1 ha) park in Portland’s Government District was at Congress Street, Pearl Street, and Federal Street. Metered parking was nearby. Its best side faced the stately architecture of the Federal Building. Its other sides faced a fire station, a parking lot, and...More

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