Maine Memory Network Grants
Local & Legendary: Maine in the Civil War
Maine Historical Society (MHS) and Maine Humanities Council (MHC) are in the final year of Local & Legendary: Maine in the Civil War, a program to engage Maine communities in their Civil War history. Funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities, Local & Legendary brings together collaborative project teams comprised of libraries, historical organizations, and educational institutions to explore local Civil War history in multidisciplinary ways and investigate questions of that era's motivations, loyalty, identity, and politics at the community level. Digital exhibits created by the team are added to Maine Memory Network's Civil War site.
Find out more about Maine in the Civil War grants.
Past Community Mobilization Grants
Maine Historical Society (MHS), in partnership with the Maine State Library (MSL), offered a training and grant program to support participation in Maine Memory Network (MMN) from 2011-2013. The goal of the program was to help organizations and community teams develop the skills and capacity needed to contribute to MMN effectively. In the process, participants learned to collaborate with local partners, identify and share a wide range of resources, and stimulate interest in their local history.
All projects are shared through and become part of Maine Memory, which provides a robust technical infrastructure, a platform for training and skills development, consistent standards, and the broadest possible access to the projects.
View past recipients and their projects.
For More Information about grants:
To learn more, please contact the Community Partnership Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 774-1822 x215.