Here’s a list of other great resources on the web:
Click here to visit the Scarborough Historical Society and Museum.
The Scarborough Historical Society was established in 1961 to protect the rich history, heritage and traditions of Scarborough. Its mission is to share this history with the community by collecting, preserving and displaying materials associated with the past. Staffed totally by dedicated volunteers, the museum is open Tuesday mornings from 9:00 AM to noon and by appointment all year round.
Click here to visit the Scarborough Community Heritage website “Scarborough: They Called it Owascoag”
Click here to visit the Scarborough Public Library.
Click here to visit the Maine Historical Society website
“The Maine Historical Society preserves the heritage and history of Maine: the stories of Maine people, the traditions of Maine communities, and the record of Maine’s place in a changing world. Because an understanding of the past is vital to a healthy and progressive society, we collect, care for, and exhibit historical treasures; facilitate research into family, local, state, and national history; provide education programs that make history meaningful, accessible and enjoyable; and empower others to preserve and interpret the history of their communities and our state.”
Click here to visit the Maine Memory Network
Through online exhibits, outreach, interactive tools, lesson plans, in-school demonstrations, and other resources, the Maine Memory Network strives to help communities and schools learn about, celebrate, and share their local history.
Click here to learn more about Winslow Homer and the Portland Museum of Art
Click here to view the LIVE “Studio Cam”