Maine history news for April 23rd, 2009

Historical Society plans second concert: ‘Handel and His 

Foster’s Daily Democrat 

The concert will be held at the Sanford-Springvale Historical Museum, 505 Main Street, Springvale on Tuesday, April 28, at 7:30 pm and more than half of the 


Railway Museum director Roberto Rodriguez to relocate

Revelstoke Times Review 

Revelstoke Railway Museum Executive Director Roberto Rodriguez will be relocating to the Seal Cove AutoMuseum in Maine at the end of April. 


Brack to speak on Belfast-made tools

VillageSoup Belfast 

His findings are cataloged most extensively in the Registry of Maine Toolmakers, a publication of the DavistownMuseum, itself established by Brack and home 


Professor to head state history journal

The Republican – 

Dodge, originally from Maine, is in her 10th year of teaching US history at Westfield State. She earned her Ph.D. in US history from the University of 


Symposium on Colonial slave cemeteries planned 

She conducts historical research and in the past 15 years has done extensive research in New Hampshire,Maine, Vermont, and Massachusetts. 


Historian played role in library’s creation 

 several other small titles, and numerous scrapbooks and Westbrook records in the stacks and special collections of the Maine Historical Society. 


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