This category lists sites which present the history of an era or region through collections in museums composed of historic artifacts located in Maine.
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Bangor Museum and Center for History
Over 10,000 photographic prints, daguerreotypes, tintypes, glass plate negatives, carte-de-visites and postcards of local and regional interest from the early days of photography in the 1840s to the present day.
The Brick Store Museum
Preserves the rich cultural heritage of the Kennebunks providing history, exhibits, collections, walking tours, and membership information.
The Davistown Museum
Devoted to the recovery, display and interpretation of old hand tools in that visitors can see, touch and learn about the tools of the early trades of Maine and New England from the colonial period to the Civil War.
Mount Desert Island Historical Society
Operates two museums with artifact, photograph, and archival collections dedicated to local history from 1761 to the present. Includes photos, hours, admission, events, school programs, membership and volunteer forms, and directions.
The Museums of Old York
The history and heritage of three centuries of life on the coast of Maine is displayed in eight buildings, including a library and research center.
The Patten Lumberman's Museum
Dedicated to preserving the history of the logging industry in the Great Northern woods. Includes details of exhibits, hours, rates, photos, events, newsletter, gift shop and directions. Located in Patten, Maine.
The Wilson Museum
Collection houses artifacts from the early Paleolithic, through the Neolithic, Bronze and Iron Ages, rocks and minerals, early tools, weapons and firearms. Additional historic structures on the grounds. Includes calendar of events, workshops, hours and directions. Located in Castine.
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