Prehistoric cultural affiliation(s) include Late Archaic/Susquehanna, Woodland (Ceramic) and Native American dating back to 3499 BC.
Many famous people are associated with these Kennebec County historic places including James G. Blaine, Col. Benedict Arnold, Melville Weston Fuller, Klir A. Beck, James G. Blaine and Moses Bailey.
Some of the country's most noteable architects helped create the Kennebec County places including John Calvin Stevens, Gershom Flagg, Olmsted Brothers, W. W. Cobb, Mrs. Palmer Noyes, Charles Bulfinch, Jabez Dow, James N. Thomas, John Chandler and John Getchell. Prominent architectural styles found in Kennebec Country are Federal, Greek Revival and Classical Revival.
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