Maine Memory Network
Here in the
Maine Memory Network, you have history at your fingertips. You can
search for historical documents, view stories on Maine history, save
images in an album, purchase images, even create a slideshow to send
to a friend.
History of Brunswick, Topsham, and Harpswell, Maine by Wheeler and
data from the U. S. Census for 2000 , plus historical stats back to
Historical Organizations in Androscoggin County
Harpswell, ME Cabin Cruiser Don Disaster, June 1941
RECOVER FIVE BODIES FROM MISSING BOAT
OFF COAST OF MAINE.
Harpswell, Me., July 1 (AP) -- Recovery of five women's bodies, one
of them burned, gave mute evidence today the the cabin cruiser Don
with 35 aboard had gone down in lower Casco Bay after an explosion.
A motor vehicle operator's license found in the clothing of one of
the women bore the name "ANN BERNICE STASULIS, 2 Holyoke avenue,
Curtis Memorial Library
Directory of Casco Bay 1904-1905
Maine Vital Records Page
Information about making the Meeting House an
The Pejepscot Historical Society
List of Works at Maine State Library by Rev. Charles N Sinnett
Come along with me while I tour Maine's historic
places and things.We'll be looking at destinations from Kittery to
Fort Kent and anywhere in between.Historic sites and events to
modern day festivals.If Maine heritage exites you, this is the place
History of Harpswell Maine
From A Gazetteer of the State of Maine, By Geo. J. Varney,
Published by B. B. Russell, 57 Cornhill, Boston 1886
Genealogy - The Family Tree and Genealogy Research Guide
American Family Immigration History Center
Search for people who came through Ellis Island 1892-1924
The most popular genealogy and family history site
most popular genealogy and family history site
Cemeteries and Cemetery
Memorial Library: Geneaology
of Genealogy Sites on the Internet
comprehensive index to over 107,500 genealogical resources on the
Internet. You'll find a list of links that point you to genealogical
research sites, all categorized & cross-referenced. It's like a "card
catalog" to the genealogical collection in the immense library that is
the Internet. This site is particularly good, because it has links to
genealogical resources in many different countries. Over 1000 new
links are added each month!
Internet Genealogy Service
Saints (Mormon) site that allows you to access the top level
documentation available from the LDS archives. Obviously there
is no way that they can put their millions of microfilm records
online, but what they have available is an excellent starting point
for anyone contemplating use of their resources.
Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site Home Page
Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site Genealogy How-To Guide
The Genealogy "How-To" Guide is a great companion for
your family research. It contains addresses and information about
hundreds of archives and libraries that both beginner and experienced
researchers will find useful. It also has step-by-step instructions
for locating different types of family information and printable
census, correspondence and other forms to speed up your research. Use
the buttons below to get started.
FuneralNet- America's Most
Trusted Online Obituary, Funeral, Cremation and Cemetery Resource.
Genealogy Pages The World's
Premier Genealogy Portal
Resources on the Internet - Introduction
The two main sections are web sites and genealogy mailing lists. The
web section is extensive though it is somewhat modest related to
Cyndi's List; however, the mailing list section is the premier site
for such lists with over 25,000 entries and 100 or so added weekly.
The Olden Times Genealogy &
Old Newspapers for Genealogy &
History Buffs: Obituaries, Births, Marriages, News and More! Find
your ancestors in the news. And
those black sheep that belong to your
The oldest and one of the most
extensive genealogy sites on the Internet ... and everything is free.
It serves as host to many of the genweb sites (discussed next),
thousands of mailing lists, census projects, Cyndi's List, GenConnect
boards, has a large number of genealogy search engines, and much more.
Social Security Death
Index Interactive Search
The most full-featured
and up-to-date SSDI search engine on the internet
Project - Home Page
An outstanding project that
has pages for each state and each county in each state with extensive
links to applicable resources, query boards, surname lists, and most
anything else imaginable. You can get to the county pages from the
state pages, and to the state pages from the main page shown above.
You can also get to the state pages using: www.usgenweb.org/xx where
"xx" is the two-letter postal code for the state.
project similar to USGENWEB that has sites for every country other
than the US. This project is a bit younger than USGENWEB and there are
some countries that still need coordinators; however, these are
generally countries that folks have
never heard of