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Great Quick Day Activity Full of History

A snap shot to a forgotten time. The home and story of an important figure in the history of Blue... read more

Reviewed August 4, 2017
Robert K
HISTORY

A must see stop in Blue Hill. Guess the Parson could be one of the... read more

Reviewed May 22, 2017
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Aug 4, 2017
“Great Quick Day Activity Full of History”
May 22, 2017
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Reviewed August 4, 2017

A snap shot to a forgotten time. The home and story of an important figure in the history of Blue Hill. The group preserving this treasure is doing great work with limited resources. Be sure to leave a donation!

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Reviewed May 22, 2017

A must see stop in Blue Hill. Guess the Parson could be one of the 'Founding Fathers' of our Town... A driving force of the early community

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Reviewed March 15, 2017

Jonathan Fisher was the first Congregational minister in Blue Hill and a man of many parts: scholar, etymologist, naturalist, painter, carpenter and cabinet maker. He built this house and much of what is in it, all of which has been lovingly maintained. The docents are...More

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Reviewed June 14, 2016

The house built by Jonathan Fisher (pastor, primative artist, writer, mechanic, and more) in late 1700's. Plain and simple, full of virgin growth wood paneling, and the way our ancestors really lived, not the prettied up versions in so many historic homes.

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Reviewed December 3, 2014

Jonathan Fisher was the first minister of The Congregational Church of Blue Hill Maine. He arrived in the 1700"s and built his own house (which still stands)and still has the original features as well as contents!!He went on to become a founder of the Blue...More

3  Thank fuzzy37
Reviewed August 30, 2013

You could call Jonathan Fisher the Leonardo da Vinci of the US in the early 1800s. The guy could do everything (except make a living). We first came across him at the Farnsworth Museum, which had a special exhibit relating to his work. Fisher was...More

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