Maine Memory Network
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Share Local History

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How It Works

Maine Memory Network empowers Maine communities, institutions, and individuals to engage and share their history.

Maine Historical Society (MHS) provides training, support, and the technological infrastructure. Organizations and individuals across the state ("Contributing Partners") select items in their collections; scan or take digital photographs of those items; and then, through their own Maine Memory Network (MMN) account, use a web browser to upload, catalog, manage, and interpret the material online. Individuals may also send items without creating an account. All participation is free.

Why Participate?

Maine Memory Network is a resource and jumping off point for a broad, quickly growing audience of people interested in Maine and its history, including researchers, teachers, students, planners, professionals, tourists, and the general public. It includes contributions from more than 270 organizations and individuals, and receives 500,000 unique visitors each year.

Participation helps contributors reach new audiences within their communities and beyond, deepen local partnerships, develop a broad range of skills and capacities, and energize the practice of local history.

Get Involved

There are many ways to participate, including:

Getting Started