Independence History News

America’s Revolutionary Insurgents

(Audio file) LISTEN NOW By Meghna Chakrabarti

The Stamp Act of 1765. The Boston Tea Party of 1773. The Coercive Acts of 1774. When we think of the American Revolution, we think of a fuse that, once lit, burned slowly but steadily, fanned by the political philosophies of Enlightenment thinkers and the spirits of the Founding Fathers…..In Brunswick, Maine, once well-behaved townsmen forced a loyalist to dig his own grave. In the small town of Camden, N.H., local men and women forced a parliamentary sympathizer to straddle a fence rail as they beat him….Historian Tim Breen offers some surprising answers.

South Portland History Museum Opens

The South Portland Historical Society makes its new home in a house with ties to the city’s past as a center for shipbuilding….

Norway, state agree on land for Gingerbread House

NORWAY — A memorandum of agreement between the Maine Department of Transportation and the town of Norway to acquire a 2,346-square-foot parcel of land on Route 117 for the Gingerbread House was signed Thursday night by the Board of Selectmen. The vote was unanimous.

Book captures spirit of man who named Bangor

The eight pages of Noble genealogy is just one of many reasons to read Carol B. Smith Fisher’s “Rev. Seth Noble: A Revolutionary Soldier’s Promise of America and The Founding of Bangor, Maine

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