Penobscot County Maine (Vacant / Not In Use) has 5 places on the National Register of Historic Places including 2 places of Statewide significance. Significant places include Maine Experiment Station Barn and Patch, Edith Marion, House, Corinth Town Hall and Corinthian Lodge #59, I.O.O.F., Maine Archeological Survey Site and Morse & Co. Office Building.
Prehistoric cultural affiliation(s) include Late Archaic and Ceramic dating back to 500.
The famous person Edith Marion Patch is associated with one of more of the Penobscot County historic places. Prominent architectural styles found in Penobscot Country are Gothic Revival, Italianate and Stick/Eastlake.