Hosted by Maine conservation Voters Lunch & Learn Series
Friday, November 5, 12:00 – 1:00 pm
Until fairly recently, most people in Castine would have assumed that African Americans had never lived in town in any significant numbers. Their stories and names were definitely forgotten. But since May of 2020, the Castine Historical Society, a small non-profit museum, has been working to uncover the hidden and forgotten history of African Americans in their community. By reading town records and searching non-traditional sources, Castine residents have begun to uncover stories of the enslaved and free African Americans who lived, worked, and contributed to Castine. Join Lisa Simpson Lutts, Executive Director of the Castine Historical Society, to learn more!
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I’d really like to attend this seminar, but unfortunately the time doesn’t work for me. Is there going to be a link for this and future webinars?
Hi Silvia. You may want to contact Maine Conservation Voters–the organization hosting the event–to request a link to the recording.
It appears that all of the Online Talks that are organized by Maine Conservation Voters are recorded and posted on their website at this link: https://www.maineconservation.org/lunchnlearn.