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c. 1858 Italianate

Skolfield-Whittier House

The Skolfield-Whittier House, currently a museum of the Pejepscot Historical Society, once housed three generations of the Skolfield-Whittier family. Built between 1858-1862, the house has been virtually untouched since the last family member moved out in 1925.

Guests of these tours learn what Victorian life was like for an upper-class Brunswick shipbuilding family. This time capsule of a home is not be missed!


Skolfield-Whittier House

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Pejepscot Historical Society
159 Park Row
Brunswick, ME


Phone: (207) 729-6606
Fax: (207) 729-6012

community.curtislibrary.com/pejepscot/skhse.htm

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Archived in October, 2010

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Pejepscot Historical Society
159 Park Row
Brunswick, ME


Phone: (207) 729-6606
Fax: (207) 729-6012

community.curtislibrary.com/pejepscot/skhse.htm

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