There are six sites in Raymond & Casco that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. All of the buildings were built during the 1800s.
- 1804 Manning House
- 1812 Hawthorne House
- 1814 Friends Meetinghouse
- 1815 Watkins House and Cabins
- 1849 Friends Schoolhouse
- 1890 East Raymond Union Chapel
Half of the historic sites are of religious or educational significance—the 1890 East Raymond Union Chapel, the 1814 Friends Meetinghouse & the 1849 Friends Schoolhouse. The 1804 Manning House & the 1812 Hawthorne House are the oldest buildings listed and were built as private residences. The 1815 Watkins House and Cabins is a historic property that shows a pattern common to rural Maine history—namely, the change of land-use over time from agriculture to small-scale industry to tourism.
RAYMOND-CASCO HISTORICAL SOCIETY
P.O. BOX 1055
RAYMOND, ME 04071