LCHA and OFW Bicentennial Lecture Series

 

Maine Bicentennial Lecture Series in Three Parts
Part I: 1300 years of Maine History from Early
Native Americans to European Contact
When: Every Sunday from September 15 through October 20
Time: 1:00-3:00PM
Where: Wiscasset Middle High School
272 Gardiner Road, Wiscasset, ME 04578
September 15, 2019 Maine Native Americans: An Archaeological Perspective
Covering 1300 years of Native American History in Maine
Dr. Arthur Spiess, Senior Archaeologist, Maine Historic
Preservation.
September 22, 2019 The Building of the Pinnace “Virginia” Popham Colony’s
Major Success and its Reconstruction
Orman Hines, a vocational archaeologist, former president of
Maine’s First Ship
September 29, 2019 17th Century Maine, A Wabanaki Perspective
James Francis, President, Penobscot Nation
October 6, 2019 The English Settlement of Maine in the 17th Century
Dr. Emerson Baker, Salem State University
October 13, 2019 Maine’s French and Indian Wars
Mike Dekker, Author and Living Historian w/ Mark Roman,
Living Historian
October 20, 2019 17th & 18th Century Maine, A French Perspective
Ken Hamilton Living Historian
Presented by Lincoln County Historical Association & Old Fort Western

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