Articles with keyword "Maine"
Opening the pages of the Historical Atlas of Maine one can’t but marvel at the state’s rich history – at once integral to the growth of the United States as a nation, at the same time uniquely local, a rugged and remote land that evokes a powerful sense of place and that has supported diverse populations throughout its history.
From blueberry pies to veteran reading programs, Hayden Anderson applies purity of thinking.
A photography exhibition recalls one of Maine's lost industries.
The director of the Maine Humanities Council speaks about community-driven programs and renewing civic culture.
When most of us hear talk of Acadians, we think of Longfellow’s epic poem Evangeline and of the British forcing French-speakers from eastern, maritime Canada in the mid eighteenth century.