A Meeting of the Museums

The hot news in the field of Maine history over the last few days has been the merger of the Maine Maritime Museum over in Bath with the Portland Harbor Museum…

Portland, Bath museums merge to preserve maritime stories

By BDN Staff PORTLAND and BATH, Maine — Portland Harbor Museum has merged with Maine Maritime Museum in Bath, ensuring that the collections of the Portland …

MMM expands its reach

Maine Maritime Museum’s merger with the Portland Harbor Museum is an exciting development that will allow the museum to live up to its name even more fully …

Museums merge

BATH — The Maine Maritime Museum on Monday announced a merger with the Portland Harbor Museum, a deal in which the Bath-based institution will absorb the Portland collection and expand its presence in the state’s largest city…

BNAS museum looks like a go…

Navy tribute effort revs up

BRUNSWICK — Organizers of an effort to establish a Navy museum on Brunswick Naval Air Station property have taxied their fundraising effort to the runway. Adequate funding is all that stands between them and take-off to make their vision become a reality.

In other Maine history news….

Pirates Invade, Find Treasure, And Bandy Cutlasses To The Delight Of All
Once again, Damariscotta is thankful that marauding pillagers of the Pirate Rendezvous left the town in one piece after making landfall on June 12, amidst raised cutlasses, booming cannon fire, and threatened mayhem, all to the giggles and delight of children.
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