Maine History News for 16 May 2009

Check it out: Exhibitions – May 15, 2009

BATH: Ongoing exhibits “A Maritime History of Maine,” “Lobstering and the Maine Coast” and “Percy and Small Shipyard” are continuous; and “NetWorth: The 

Book recounts history of Franklin County – May 15, 2009

Free time was spent at the Farmington Historical Society searching through its collection. “They were so much help especially Nancy Porter and Cindy Stevens 

Maine Lighthouse Museum dims lights to save money – May 13, 2009

The Maine Lighthouse Museum is a nonprofit historical and educational organization with facilities overlooking the waterfront at One Park Drive in Rockland. 

Historic mill needs new home

The Original Irregular – May 12, 2009

The mill changed ownership thereafter falling into the hands of William King (Maine’s first governor) and then the French family. 

Betty Morrison: Friends of Alfred Shaker Museum to dedicate 

Foster’s Daily Democrat – May 14, 2009

The Alfred Historical Committee selected this theme to give visitors a better idea of the extensive collection the museum has acquired primarily from 

Transfixed by trains? Learn more at Georgetown Peabody Library event

Georgetown Record – May 12, 2009

He is a member of a number of rail fan clubs including the Mass Ray Railroad Enthusiasts and the 470 Club ofMaine. The illustrated talk will be held 

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