The John Paul Jones State Historic Site is a public park and historic site in Kittery, Maine. It is quite a unique historic site and is commonly used as a starting point among history buffs on their historic tours of Maine.
The John Paul Jones State Historic Site is mostly a memorial that commemorates the nearby site where the USS Ranger was built and launched in 1777. It also home to the Maine Sailors and Soldiers Memorial which was created in 1924-1926.
Some folks also come to the John Paul Jones State Historic Site to see the renowned sculpture found at the entrance of the site that depicts a woman and child. It was made by Boston area sculptor Bashka Paeff and is adored for its powerful imagery.
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