An in-person talk about who built Victoria Mansion Hosted by Maine Historical Society Thursday, January 26, 6:00 – 7:00 pmSNOW DATE: Thursday, February 2 at 6:00 pm Location: MHS Shettleworth Lecture Hall Register here Built between 1858-1860, Victoria Mansion is a National Historic Landmark in Portland, Maine, known widely for its architecture and stunning intact … Continue reading Maine Historical Society Event | The Unwilling Architects Initiative: Interpreting Untold Stories in a Small Historic House Museum on 1/26/23
Event | 19th-Century Black Politics in Maine: Historical Research and Legacies, a panel discussion 7/22
BEGIN AGAIN SERIES Hosted by the Maine Historical Society and co-sponsored by the McGillicuddy Humanities Center at the University of Maine Thur. July 22, 6-7:30 pm ET Register here In September 1826, a group of six African American men addressed a letter “To the Public” on behalf of about six hundred of their brethren in … Continue reading Event | 19th-Century Black Politics in Maine: Historical Research and Legacies, a panel discussion 7/22
Event | The Coming of the Invisible People, with Maine Historian Bob Greene 6/10/21
Begin Again series hosted by the Maine Historical Society A Talk with Bob Greene Thursday, June 10, 6:00 – 7:00 pm Register here They came in waves on waves. They were in the background on the steel roads that snaked deep into the interior. While not being unnoticed, they were invisible. And before you knew … Continue reading Event | The Coming of the Invisible People, with Maine Historian Bob Greene 6/10/21
Call for Papers | Maine History
The Maine History editors are seeking article manuscripts and have issued a Call For Papers for Summer 2021. This is a great summer project for faculty, students, and friends of Maine History! See flier below for further details. For more information, or to submit a manuscript, please contact the Editors at: email@example.com.