The Sagadahoc History and Genealogy Room announces the seventeenth annual Town History Series!
Speakers from Patten Free Library’s five member communities will present on aspects of their town’s history on five Saturday mornings in January and February.
On January 16, Nathan Lipfert will present Two Centuries of Working for Bath Customs. On January 23, Jack Carr will give the Maritime History of Arrowsic. On January 30, Jeanne McGowan of Georgetown will share the story of Captain Stin Davis….In His Own Words. West Bath’s Peter Stackpole will talk about his family’s One Hundred Years on Campbell Pond on February 6. On February 13, Rob Stevens will present Woolwich Men and the 1779 Penobscot Expedition.
The series will take place virtually on Zoom and air live on Bath Community Television at 10:30 AM.
For more information, contact Jill Piekut Roy, Archivist & Special Collections Librarian in the Sagadahoc History & Genealogy Room at firstname.lastname@example.org or 207-443-5141 ext 18.
All presentations begin at 10:30 am on Saturday. Stay tuned for more information about special follow-up sessions.
|January 16||Bath||Two Centuries of Working for Bath Customs||Nathan Lipfert|
|January 23||Arrowsic||Maritime History of Arrowsic||Jack Carr|
|January 30||Georgetown||Captain Stin Davis….In His Own Words||Jeanne McGowan|
|February 6||West Bath||One Hundred Years on Campbell Pond||Peter Stackpole|
|February 13||Woolwich||Woolwich Men and the 1779 Penobscot Expedition||Rob Stevens|