国家公园管理局支持缅因州阿卡迪亚遗产委员会与缅因州阿卡迪亚文化项目,这是一个松散的历史社团,文化俱乐部,城镇和博物馆协会,庆祝圣约翰河谷的法国阿卡迪亚文化。圣约翰河位于缅因州北部的Aroostook县,绵延70英里的河流是该州和加拿大之间的边界。阿卡迪亚文化资源点缀在河两岸。也许NPS支持的最大历史遗产是阿卡迪亚村,17座保存或重建的建筑,房屋,工人宿舍,鞋店,理发店和铁路车屋,俯瞰圣约翰河。阿卡迪亚村由NotreHéritageVivant/ Our Living Heritage所有和经营。肯特堡还设有几座历史建筑,肯特堡的缅因大学保留了阿卡迪亚档案,手稿材料和与地区民俗和历史相关的视听文件。 NPS还支持与20世纪初Bangor&Aroostook铁路相关的历史资源,包括历史悠久的铁路转盘和一个守车和绿色水箱。

英国萨利大学建筑论文代写:历史建筑

The National Park Service supports the Arcadia Heritage Commission in Maine and the Arcadia Cultural Project in Maine, a loose historical community, cultural club, town and museum association that celebrates the Arkadi in the St. John’s Valley. subculture. The St. John River is located in Aroostook County, north of Maine, and the 70-mile river is the border between the state and Canada. Acadia cultural resources are dotted on both sides of the river. Perhaps the largest historical heritage supported by NPS is the Arcadia Village, 17 preserved or rebuilt buildings, houses, workers’ quarters, shoe stores, hairdressers and railcars overlooking the St. John River. The village of Arcadia is owned and operated by NotreHéritageVivant/ Our Living Heritage. Kent Fort also has several historic buildings, and the University of Maine in Kent Fort retains Arcadia archives, manuscript materials and audiovisual documents related to regional folklore and history. NPS also supports historical resources related to the Bangor & Aroostook Railway in the early 20th century, including the historic railway turntable and a caboose and green water tank.

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