Lisbon Historical Society to commemorate Civil War

Local history book launched The Waldoborough Historical Society will host the release and signing of “Citizens Who Heard the Call to Political Service: Waldoboro, Maine 1773-2010,” written by Jean MB Lawrence. Wednesday, June 15 at 6 pm at the society’s museum

Lisbon Historical Society to commemmorate Civil War Charles W. Plummer in the persona of Maine’s Civil War hero General Joshua L. Chamberlain. LISBON FALLS — The Lisbon Historical Society will feature a guest speaker in commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Civil War at 7 pm Wednesday, June 8

Baked bean supper to benefit Prospect community projects The Belfast Historical Society will display the 1864 Civil War soldiers flag quilt from 4 to 7 pm Flag Day, Tuesday, June 14, at the Belfast Free Library’s Abbott Room. Pam Weeks, quilt historian and curator at the New England Quilt

Arts around the Mid-coast; June 2, 2011 An exhibit, “Diggin’ History — Piecing Together Pettengill Farm’s Past,” runs June 7 through Oct. 7 at the Freeport Historical Society’s Harrington House, 45 Main St. A bit more than one mile from global retailer LL Bean and the commerce

History: Major Horace M. Warren The Wakefield Historical Society upcoming exhibit will memorialize Warren in “South Reading in the War of the Rebellion,” opening on June 5th and continuing throughout the summer. Interested in a follow-up to this article

State Drinking Glasses & Beverages
The states in the union take great pride in their uniqueness and individuality. There are state birds, state colors, state flowers, state trees, state songs, state fish and even state mythical creatures. But who ever knew there were state beverages? Worthologist Liz Holderman, in her latest Dining with Antiques article, introduces a line of glasses made by Hazel-Atlas and hand-decorated by the Gay Fad Studios. And, as an added bonus, she provides recipes to two official state beverages you can try, if you’ve got some moxie. Read”State Drinking Glasses & Beverages”

Conference to focus on downtown revitalization, historic preservation The day will close with Maine Preservation’s annual Honor Awards. Skowhegan’s historic Strand Theater, featuring the announcement of Maine’s newest Main

Maine Conference on Downtowns to Focus on Reuse of Historic Structures Greg Paxton, executive director of Maine Preservation, and Roxanne Eflin of the Maine Downtown Center, took MPBN’s Irwin Gratz for a look at some of the

Juliana L’Heureux: Tribal historian praises book on Maine Indian It’s a modern history that delves into deeper issues, especially the who is Tribal Historic Preservation director in Indian Township, where he lives

Goat Island gets 1950s-era makeover Rachel H. Goldman – “And that part of history floated out to sea. Indian tribes of Maine, Maine Historical Preservation Commission and the town of Kennebunkport.

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