A Maine Family's story of being Prisoners of War in Manila
by Nicki Griffin
As a child, born after the war, I would hear these stories - glad they were finally written down
Movie Theaters in Portland Maine in the 1940s
by Ralph Bolduc
Ralph Bolduc shared his memories growing up in the movie theaters of Portland Maine in the 1940s.
Orphanage on Revere Street
An orphanage operated by a Mrs. Oliver on 54 Revere Street in Portland, Maine in 1930.
The Village Cafe - A Place We Called Home
by Michael Fixaris
The Village Cafe was more than a restaurant. It was an extension of our homes and our families.
My Mom was a nurse in the 8055 MASH, Korea
by Pat MacPherson
I’m so proud of my mother and the thousands of Army & Navy nurses who served in WWII & Korea
by Decontie & Brown
Keeping the spirit and memories of our ancestors alive through fashion and creativity
Masters and apprentices
by Theresa Secord
Wabanaki basket makers learn to weave by apprenticing with master artists.
Welimahskil: Sweet grass
by Suzanne Greenlaw
Weaving Indigenous Knowledge (IK) and western science around Sweetgrass
Mali Agat (Molly Ockett) the famous Wabanaki "Doctress"
by Maine Historical Society
Pigwacket Molly Ockett, healing, and cultural ecological knowledge